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Modernizing Legacy Systems: Software Technologies, Engineering Processes, and Business Practices by Grace A. Lewis, Daniel Plakosh, Robert C. Seacord

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Preface

Software systems become legacy systems when they begin to resist modification and evolution. However, the knowledge embodied in legacy systems constitutes a significant corporate asset. Assuming that these systems still provide significant business value, they must then be modernized or replaced. This book describes a risk-managed approach to legacy system modernization that applies a knowledge of software technologies and an understanding of engineering processes within a business context.

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Modernizing Legacy Systems: Software Technologies, Engineering Processes, and Business Practices should be useful to anyone involved in modernizing a legacy system.

  • For a software engineer, the book should help you understand some of the larger ...

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