Review: Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering

Robert Glass' Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering was an interesting read because it focuses so much on the research that has been done in our field. Contrast that with the much more common anecdotal teaching style and this book becomes very valuable for the industry. Honestly, most of the facts are well known, they just may not be accepted as facts. This is a quick read and worthwhile. The emphasis on research and evidence alone is worthwhile.

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