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Software Configuration Management Strategies and Rational ClearCase: A Practical Introduction

Author: Brian A. White | ISBN: 0-201-60478-7

Software Configuration Management (SCM) is an essential software engineering discipline used to manage change in today's complex, fast-paced software development environment. SCM is used during all lifecycle phases and provides a structure for identifying and controlling changes to documentation, requirements, models, code, and Web artifacts such as HTML and XML files. By enabling concurrent change to shared artifacts, SCM enhances the collaboration of project teams, allowing them to produce high-quality products faster.

UML Distilled

Author: Martin Fowler with Kendall Scott | ISBN: 020165783X

Now widely adopted as the de facto industry standard and sanctioned by the Object Management Group, the Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a notation all software developers need to know and understand. However, the UML is a big language, and not all of it is equally important. The award-winning first edition of UML Distilled was widely praised for being a concise guide to the core parts of the UML and has proved extremely successful in helping developers get up and running quickly. UML Distilled, Second Edition, maintains the concise format with significantly updated coverage of use cases and activity diagrams, and expanded coverage of collaborations. It also includes a new appendix detailing the changes between UML versions.
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Data Resource Quality: Turning Bad Habits into Good Practices

Author: Michael H. Brackett | ISBN: 0201713063

Poor data quality impacts every facet of today's private enterprises and public organizations. The deplorable condition of this critical resource in organizations around the world lowers productivity, impedes the creation of decision support systems (such as data warehousing), and hinders the development of e-commerce and other strategic initiatives. The future success of organizations will greatly depend on how well they design and maintain their data resources.
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XML: A Manager's Guide

Author: Kevin Dick | ISBN: 0201433354

Extensible Markup Language (XML) is revolutionizing Web content, electronic commerce and enterprise computing. As with most technology revolutions, the concept behind XML is deceptively simple--to provide a standardization for specifying the meaning of information exchanged over networks. However, the implications for such a capability ripple throughout the entire field of distributed computing.
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Enterprise Application Integration

Author: David S. Linthicum | ISBN: 0201615835

Organizations that are able to integrate their applications and data sources have a distinct competitive advantage: strategic utilization of company data and technology for greater efficiency and profit. But IT managers attempting integration face daunting challenges--disparate legacy systems; a hodgepodge of hardware, operating systems, and networking technology; proprietary packaged applications; and more.
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Exploring E-commerce, Global E-business and E-societies

Author: Craig Fellenstein , Ron Wood | ISBN: 0130848468

No matter how large or small your enterprise, you need a coherent strategy for incorporating E-commerce into your business model. In Exploring E-commerce, Global E-business, and E-societies, two of IBM's top E-commerce experts address every critical business, competitive, and technological challenge you face in defining and implementing your optimal E-commerce strategy. Discover how your company can leverage the key enablers of E-commerce -- and take full advantage of the dramatic changes the Internet is driving throughout society. Coverage includes: E-business value chain management, E-business intelligence; new techniques for anticipating your customers' needs and desires, design quality, and E-business models for financial services, manufacturing, and other key markets.
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COM+ and the Battle for the Middle Tier

Author: Roger Sessions | ISBN: 0471317179

An unbiased introduction to COM+ and its relationship with other Microsoft technologies. COM+ is the next generation of COM, DCOM, and MTS. Microsoft's answer to CORBA and Enterprise JavaBeans, COM+ will provide the foundation for all of Microsoft's enterprise technologies, including databases, programming languages, and messaging. This introductory book offers an unbiased overview of COM+ as well as a review of how it works with Microsoft's other technologies, including clusters (Wolfpak), messaging (MSMQ), databases (SQL Server 7), programming languages (Visual Basic 6), and security. It also compares COM+ with its rival technologies, CORBA 3.0 and Enterprise JavaBeans.
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Planning Extreme Programming

Author: Martin Fowler, Kent Beck | ISBN: 0201710919

The hallmarks of Extreme Programming--constant integration and automated testing, frequent small releases that incorporate continual customer feedback, and a teamwork approach--make it an exceptionally flexible and effective approach to software development. Once considered radical, Extreme Programming (XP) is rapidly becoming recognized as an approach particularly well-suited to small teams facing vague or rapidly changing requirements--that is, the majority of projects in today's fast-paced software development world.
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Linkers and Loaders

Author: John R. Levine | ISBN: 1558604960

Linkers and loaders are relatively obscure, minimally documented parts of program compilers and operating systems. A linker connects the object files created by the compiler into an executable, while a loader loads the program into memory when the executable is run. Programmers routinely tap into these processes but generally lack the detailed understanding required to use them to the greatest possible advantage. Linkers and Loaders fills an enormous, longstanding void, providing software engineers in every category with knowledge they need to improve the speed with which they work and the quality of what they produce. This book, by a well-known programming author and expert, should quickly emerge as the authoritative reference-an essential guide for practitioners and a key supplementary text in compiler and operating systems courses.
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