A comprehensive profile of today's software landscape features insightful chapters on such areas as Microsoft, the Internet, the future of embedded systems, and the role of client/server. Original. (All Users)
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In 1992, Yourdon wrote The Decline and Fall of the American Programmer, warning of impending loss of leadership by American software engineers. But a great deal has changed in three years, and Yourdon now sees a complete reversal of many of the trends he previously documented, as well as new trends such as the WWW, Java, "Good Enough" Software, and the enormous impact of Microsoft on the world of software and computing, that together signify the Resurrection of American software engineering.From the Publisher:
This book shows that the American programming industry has resurrected itself, since the publication of decline and fall to the point where it has demonstrated a substantial competitive advantage. Covers all the Intel technologies, the internet, worldwide web, Java, etc.
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