Software Process Dynamics The pace of change in software-intensive systems continues to accelerate at a dizzying rate. This presents a huge challenge for people trying to develop useful software. In the early days of software development, developers could freeze the requirements for the software, develop the software to the requirements, and deliver the resulting software... Software Requirement Patterns (Best Practices) Learn proven, real-world techniques for specifying software requirements with this practical reference. It details 30 requirement "patterns" offering realistic examples for situation-specific guidance for building effective software requirements. Each pattern explains what a requirement needs to convey, offers potential questions to...
OAuth 2.0 Identity and Access Management Patterns
Want to learn the world’s most widely used authorization framework? This tutorial will have you implementing secure Oauth 2.0 grant flows without delay. Written for practical application and clear instruction, it’s the complete guide.
Build web, client-side, desktop, and server-side...
Implementing SOA Using Java EE
The Practitioner’s Guide to Implementing SOA with Java EE Technologies
This book brings together all the practical insight you need to successfully architect enterprise solutions and implement them using SOA and Java...
BPEL and Java Cookbook
Written by an SOA guru to help you orchestrate web services, the 100 recipes in this book will make integrating Java and BPEL a smooth process. Using the examples you'll avoid common problems and learn sophisticated techniques.
Easy-to-understand recipes for integrating Java and BPEL...
Model Driven Architecture and Ontology Development
Defining a formal domain ontology is generally considered a useful, not to say necessary step in almost every software project. This is because software deals with ideas rather than with self-evident physical artefacts. However, this development step is hardly ever done, as ontologies rely on well-defined and semantically powerful AI concepts...
Software Product Quality Control
Quality is not a fixed or universal property of software; it depends on the context and goals of its stakeholders. Hence, when you want to develop a high-quality software system, the first step must be a clear and precise specification of quality. Yet even if you get it right and complete, you can be sure that it will become invalid over...
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