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Introducing Systems Development by Steve Skidmore, Malcolm Eva


Introducing Systems Development by Steve Skidmore, Malcolm Eva

Introducing Systems Development offers a concise introduction to systems analysis and design, suitable for undergraduates on Computer Science or Business Studies programs. Based on Steve Skidmore's previous two books, Introducing Systems Analysis and Introducing Systems Design, this comprehensive text retains the strong practical emphasis that characterised these texts. Key features include: extensive coverage of object-oriented methods and UML, coverage of more traditional structured techniques, end-of-chapter exercises and a developing case study. Extra resources are available online.

About the Author

STEVE SKIDMORE is Technical Director of Assist Knowledge Development, where he has implemented several major European systems using structured and object oriented techniques. He is the author of several published works including two by Palgrave Macmillan upon which this new book is based: Introducing Systems Analysis and Introducing Systems Design. He was previously Principal Lecturer at Leicester Polytechnic (now De Montfort University).MALCOLM EVA is an independent consultant and trainer in systems analysis and business analysis. He has been an IT specialist since 1980, working as a programmer, systems analyst and trainer in systems analysis, and product manager. He has worked for among others: TACT, Ministry of Defence and BT Customer Systems; he has also lectured in Information Systems at University College Northampton.

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Publication date

20th August 2003


Steve Skidmore, Malcolm Eva

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Palgrave Macmillan


335 pages


Systems analysis & design



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