Continuous Software Engineering

ISBN: 9781773610696

$180.00

This book provides information on the essential approaches of continuous software engineering in which equipment maintains the production of software in short cycles of time, ensuring that the product can be released reliably and in real time. A case study-like discussion on the adoption of modern software engineering practices at large companies that produce software-intensive systems, where hundreds or even thousands of engineers collaborate to deliver on new systems is given to provide context to students and professionals alike.

Category:
Title:
Continuous Software Engineering
ISBN-13:
9781773610696
Author:
Publisher:
Arcler Press
Published Date:
2018
Binding
Hardback
Pages:
373
Language:
English
Product Dim.:
9 H x 6 W (inches)

Ivan Stanimirovic gained his PhD from University of Niš, Serbia in 2013. His work spans from multi-objective optimization methods to applications of generalized matrix inverses in areas such as image processing and computer graphics and visualisations. He is currently working as an Assistant professor at Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics at University of Niš on computing generalized matrix inverses and its applications.

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Ivan Stanimirovic gained his PhD from University of Niš, Serbia in 2013. His work spans from multi-objective optimization methods to applications of generalized matrix inverses in areas such as image processing and computer graphics and visualisations. He is currently working as an Assistant professor at Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics at University of Niš on computing generalized matrix inverses and its applications.

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