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Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes", Edsger W. Dijkstra

Roberto "boos" Martelloni, 30y old, Milano, Italy.
In love with computer science, free climbing and with life .

Actually i am working as security, system, software engineer specialist with unix, linux technologies and FOSS solutions.

You can find more info about me (curriculum vitae) on Careers on StackOverflow !
On my website and on my linkedin profile

Do you need more info ? don't esitate to contact me :>


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comment In a software engineering view, what are all the steps in a state of the art SDLC that I can do?
I think and talk about it with a colleague right now, you are in true, with infinite resource, infinite things. The purpose of the question for me is to try to get an overview over the fields of software engineering to have a better general knowledge about it, but as you say, there are infinite things to do with infinite resource and more Infinite steps to think without a specific context. To conclude, My question is a stupid one. :) Or to better say it, I have tried to find a short-path about a things where only experience can do a better general overview of the whole complexity.
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comment In a software engineering view, what are all the steps in a state of the art SDLC that I can do?
So, in Software engineering discipline there is a branch which study how translate software requirements in all human languages ? I think you have miss the focus of my question.
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comment In a software engineering view, what are all the steps in a state of the art SDLC that I can do?
As I say in the question, I suppose to have infinite resource. I think don't exist any situation where 'rewrite all test results in all numeric bases ..' make any sense. The point of the question is to enumerate any possible aspects of SDLC. it's just an exercise in academic software engineering to check my knowledge in this field.
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comment In a software engineering view, what are all the steps in a state of the art SDLC that I can do?
yes, the goal is try to have a overview of all aspects in software engineering. if i made test i made test on security, performance, etc. in which bag do you put this three different type of producing code ?