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Writing Effective Use Cases (Agile Software Development Series)

Writing Effective Use Cases (Agile Software Development Series)
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Author(s): Alistair Cockburn
Paperback: 304 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0201702255 

(Pearson Education) An up-to-date guide to writing use cases, expanding on the classic treatments into intermediate and advanced concepts, making this guide appropriate for all skill levels. Softcover. DLC: Application software--Development.

 

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