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Software Engineers Handbook

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The purpose of this online collaboration is to provide to software engineers, software developers, computer scientists, and information technology professionals a good place to look when they are starting something new. The introductory material would be given here, including vocabulary necessary to search the web effectively, and references to web sites, articles, and texts for more in depth coverage.

  • About to try a new programming language? See the language dictionary.
  • Have an interview in a new industry? See the sector pages.
  • Switching to another operating system? See the operating system pages.
  • Been asked to put together your configuration management strategy for your project? See the supporting processes pages.
  • Don't find what you need? Create a page or request one using the talk page
  • Please contribute to pages within your area of expertise.

Contents[edit | edit source]

Life Cycle[edit | edit source]

Supporting Processes[edit | edit source]

Software Engineering General Links[edit | edit source]

Operating Systems[edit | edit source]

RTOS - RealTime Operating Systems[edit | edit source]

  • µC/OS-II - A highly portable multitasking Real-Time Kernel, ROMable, very scalable, preemptive real-time, multitasking kernel (RTOS) for microprocessors and microcontrollers
  • uSmartX - A non-preemptive, multitasking, priority based RTOS for small foot-print embedded designs.
  • ESF RTOS - an elegant, simple, powerful, and easily customizable, object-oriented interface to kernel services, such as thread creation and synchronization.
  • Micro Itron - A japanese Operating System.

Sectors/areas of industry specialization[edit | edit source]

Fields/areas of development specialization[edit | edit source]

Language Dictionary[edit | edit source]

Here is the language dictionary sample template. Please use it for new language entries. (Open, edit, copy, click cancel, go to the page you're adding, and paste it in the editing page. Edit to match the language being added. And thanks for adding a new language!)

Multi-paradigm[edit | edit source]

Object Oriented[edit | edit source]

Procedural[edit | edit source]

Imperative[edit | edit source]

Functional[edit | edit source]

Scripting[edit | edit source]

Mini[edit | edit source]

Markup Languages[edit | edit source]

Code Generators[edit | edit source]

Assembly (template)[edit | edit source]

Logical[edit | edit source]

Concurrent Constraint[edit | edit source]

Further Reading[edit | edit source]