Software Engineering Body of Knowledge

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The Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK (/ˈswˌbɒk/ SWEE-bok[1])) is an international standard ISO/IEC TR 19759:2005[2] specifying a guide to the generally accepted software engineering body of knowledge.

The Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK Guide) has been created through cooperation among several professional bodies and members of industry and is published by the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE).[3] The standard can be accessed freely from the IEEE Computer Society.[4] In late 2013, SWEBOK V3 was approved for publication and released.[5] In 2016, the IEEE Computer Society kicked off the SWEBoK Evolution effort to develop future iterations of the body of knowledge.[6]

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