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On Tue, 9 Oct 2001 08:46:38 -0400
"Neil, John" <NEILJ -at- Firstline -dot- com> wrote:
> Can anybody recommend any books that would help me in this situation?
Here's an excellent real world guide that I never fail to recommend to
anyone who asks about SDLC.
Software Project Survival Guide, Steve McConnell
Excellent book, if your company is working on or has ISO-9000 (approx
= CMM Level 2) certification, you can tell the higher ups that McConnell's methods
map to CMM Level 2 . Also check out his web site. http://www.construx.com/survivalguide/
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