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Subject:Re: procedure development From:"Steven J. Owens" <puff -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 7 Dec 1998 19:04:31 -0800
Heather Ownsworth writes:
> I am thinking of developing a dissertation on procedure development
> (process) best practice. I wondered whether anyone out there knew of any
> literature or contact to start me off.
Most of this work seems to be done under the rubric of "Software
Engineering". See the Software Engineering Institute's homepage
(check Yahoo) and check out _Code Complete_, by Steve McConnel. There
is a fair amount of literature in the field.