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This is the most poorly-written textbook I have ever read. Since I bought it for a course I'm taking to change careers after having already received two previous four-year degrees, I've read a lot of them.
It's poorly-written, confusing, repleat with unnecessary and unrelated extended metaphors, and contains numerous grammatical and even orthographical mistakes. Much fo the "text" is taken up with extended quotations of other authors or "adaptations" of other authors, and, when the author needs to take up more space, he fills numerous half pages with useless "diagrams" that tell the reader nothing that the text didn't already explain except, perhaps, that the author bought some bargain-bin clipart CD-ROM back in For instance, to show what "stakeholders" means, he includes a random and hideous clipart sketch of a bunch of soulless people wearing 80's business wear sitting around a table.
Yeah, thanks, that helped a lot. In short, the whole work has the feel of an essay written by a middle-schooler that needed to be a certain length, but for which the poor middle-schooler only had one page worth of useful information. So, he went back, padded the margins, rewored every single sentece to be as long as possible, added every redundant quotation he could thing of, added unnecessary and unhelpful analogies every other paragraph, and then, in desperation, filled up entire half pages with illustrations.
The author or, rather authors of this book may know what they're doing in their work, but they clearly have no idea how to write about it. Hardcover Verified download. This IS a book to introduce newly-minted programmers to the kind of things, tools, and processes they can look forward to with either anticipation or dread in the real world of software development.
As the authors state on page viii of the Preface: As a result, they are able to solve well-defined problems efficiently, but are overwhelmed by the complexity of their first real development experience, when many different techniques and tools need to be used and different people need to collaborate.
But, this book seems to have covered everything that all new programmers need to know so that they aren't simply lost when they enter their first software project. The readers certainly won't be experts in the things covered, but they'll at least have a good grounding and be able to bootstrap themselves from there especially since the authors provide "Further Readings" and a Bibliography at the end of each chapter.
I rate it at 5 stars out of 5. When a book has a section at the back of every chapter called "Confusing Terms," what does that say about how well the book explains the material?
No wonder information system design is a chaotic mess. With textbooks like these, I'm scared to see what the next generation of System developers will come up with. Received as Posted. This book was honestly one of the more confusing textbooks I've read. The definitions were unclear and relied too much on assumed knowledge.
Moreover, the diagrams were never well explained and the authors took too long to make a point. When your chapter sub-headings need a tl;dr to make a point, you know that you have a problem.
The book also fails to recognize Agile management style, opting to only write ONE paragraph about it then move back into waterfall. Poorly written book.