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The use of any trademark in this text does not vest soffware the author or publisher any trademark ownership rights in such trademarks, nor does the use of such trademarks imply any affiliation with or endorsement of this book by such owners. Progress in software engineering over the last 50 years has been astonishing. Our societies could not function without large professional software systems.

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National utilities and infrastructure—energy, communications and transport—all rely on complex and mostly reliable computer systems. Software has allowed us to explore space and to create the World Wide Web—the most significant information system in the history of mankind.


Humanity is now facing a demanding set of challenges—climate change and extreme weather, declining natural resources, an increasing world population to be fed and housed, international terrorism, and the need to help elderly people lead satisfying and fulfilled lives.

We need new technologies to help us address these challenges and, for sure, software will have a central role in these technologies.

Software engineering is, therefore, critically important for our future on this planet. We have to continue to educate software engineers sofwtare develop the discipline so that we meet the demand for more software and create the increasingly complex future systems that we need.

Of course, there are still problems with software projects. Systems are still some- times delivered late and cost more than expected. We are creating increasingly com- plex software systems of systems and we should not be surprised that we encounter difficulties along the way. However, we should not let these problems conceal the real successes in software engineering and the impressive software engineering methods and technologies that have been developed.

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This book, in different editions, has now been around for over 30 years and this edi- tion is based around the essential principles that were established in the first edition: I write about software engineering as it is practiced in industry, without taking an evangelical position on particular approaches such as agile development or formal methods.

In reality, industry mixes techniques such as agile and plan- based development and this is reflected in the book. I write about what I know and understand. I have had many suggestions for additional topics that might be covered in more detail such as open source development, the use of the UML and mobile software engineering.

My own work has been in system depend- ability and in systems engineering and this is reflected in my selection of advanced topics for the book. I believe that the key issues for modern software engineering are managing com- plexity, integrating agility with other methods and ensuring that our systems are secure and resilient.


These issues have been the driver for the changes and additions in this new edition of my book.

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Changes from the 9th edition In summary, the major updates and additions in this book from the 9th edition are: I have updated other chapters as required to reflect the increas- ing use of agile methods of software engineering. I have explained key topics on video and recommended related YouTube videos. The 4-part structure of the book, introduced in earlier editions, has been retained but I have made significant changes in each part of the book.

In Softward 1, Introduction to software engineering, I have completely rewritten Chapter 3 agile methods and updated this to reflect the increasing use of Scrum.

A new case study on a digital learning environment has been added to Chapter 1 and is used in a number of chapters. Legacy systems are covered in more detail in Chapter 9. Minor changes and updates have been made to all other chapters.

Part 2, which covers dependable systems, has been revised and restructured. Rather than an activity-oriented approach where information on safety, security and reliability is spread over several chapters, I have reorganized this so that each topic has a chapter in its own right.

This makes it easier to cover a single topic, such as security, as part of a more general course. I have added a com- pletely new chapter on resilience engineering.