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The Rational Unified Process, An Introduction

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The official Rational Unified Process could fill several crates. Most of the ideas
revolve around "Create Software by Giveing Lots of Money to Rational Corp." In my
opinion, RUP is waaaaaaay too much process. But! This intro book gives a good summary.
In fact, I think if most projects used a process that was about 10% to 20% of what
you find in the book, you would be doing pretty damn good. If you come to a company
that has no process, or is using a waterfall/cascade process, the first chapter of
this book can be a lifesaver! Good graphics and good, convincing stuff for the
iterative process. (trailboss Oct 2000)

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