Seilevel is excited to announce that our resident authors, Joy Beatty and Tony Chen, of Visual Models for Software Requirements have been recognized for their book they released last year.
The Puget Sound Society for Technical Communication (STC) recently announced awards for their Microsoft Press books from a 2012 competition and offered congratulations to the authors and editors who worked on these fine books.
“I’m thrilled that our book has been recognized by such an amazing group of people,” said Joy Beatty, VP of Research and Development at Seilevel and co-author of the book. “When we started out writing this, our intention was to help all business analysts out there to have a clear understanding of visual models and how important they are when it comes to gathering software requirements.”
Visual Models for Software Requirements won in the “Mertit” category along with:
– Working with Microsoft Office 365: Running Your Small Business in the Cloud
– MCITP 70-663 Exam Ref: Designing and Deploying Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
– Inside Windows Debugging
Winning in the “Excellence” category were:
– The Future of Looking Back
– Microsoft Manual of Style, Fourth Edition