Software Project Design: A Common Sense Approach to Software Development
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The paper consists of three main sections. The first section presents background material from my internship project that I worked on during my SIP. The internship project will serve as the case study. The second section presents the concepts of software project design. These concepts will then function as the theory. Then in the final section, the theory is applied to the case material. This will show some of the advantages of using design concepts in developing software and how future problems can be minimized. In this way the theoretical concepts are demonstrated on a concrete example.
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