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I am looing for a good book on content for Software Design Documents. I
have seen a lot of books on good software design and the processes
involved. These books all say that the design document is very
important, however, they don't give much information about a good
outline for a design document. Does anyone use a book (or part of a
book) that they use as a guideline for writing Design Documents?
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Stacie L. Steinberg
Technical Education Specialist
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