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Decomposing Composition: Service-Oriented Software Engineers

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M. Brian Blake ; Georgetown University

This article deals with software development life cycles to support development in service-centric software systems. The explosion of information technology (including service-oriented architecture) and its underlying capabilities has led to the evolution of software development life cycles over the past three decades. Software engineers are continuously exploring approaches to software and system development that are domain, application, and technology independent. Early approaches included waterfall life cycles that promote creating concrete requirements before any significant design or development occurs.

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IEEE Software  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 6 )