Applying an analytical framework

Tuesday, 24 April 2007, 12:00 AM EST

Modeling complex software and business systems can be a challenging task. Standard design and analysis patterns are helpful but don't usually show you how to apply techniques or demonstrate working examples that are similar to the problem at hand. Fortunately, you can use analytical frameworks to collect and organize analysis patterns, tools, skills, organization techniques, examples, and the expertise of others who have solved similar modeling problems. Learn how to use analytical frameworks to your advantage in various software development areas, from security, messaging and user interfaces, to hiring and training personnel.

At IBM.

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