Object-Oriented Project Management with UML This book is a practical guide to modern software development. It grew out of
a course I regularly teach at TASC, which itself began as happenstance. I had
been asked to appraise an online course on managing object-oriented
development. I hated it. It was a rehash of the old, discredited waterfall
methods of software...
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