More Process Patterns : Delivering Large-Scale Systems Using Object Technology
With his new book, More Process Patterns, Scott Ambler picks up where Process Patterns left off. In this book, the author presents process patterns for the second half of the development lifecycle. He covers the Deliver phase and the Maintain and Support phase of large-scale, object-oriented system development. Each presented pattern is based upon proven, real-world techniques and is geared toward medium to large-size organizations who need to develop software internally to support their main line of business. The book covers major management issues, such as people and risk management, and quality assurance. Developers and project managers who have just taken their first OO development course will find this book essential. It takes the true needs of software development and delivery into consideration, including cross-project, maintenance, operations, and support issues. This book uses the Unified Modeling Language (UML).
- Electronic book text
- 11 May 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
Table of contents
1. The deliver phase; 2. The test in the large stage; 3. The rework stage; 4. The release stage; 5. The assess stage; 6. The maintain and support phase; 7. The support stage; 8. The identify bugs and enhancements stage; 9. Managing object-oriented projects; 10. Introducing the OOSP into your organization; 11. Parting words; Visual glossary; Positions; Index.
'In summary, this book is clear, well structured and based on a wealth of experience ... Developerd should appreciate the insight into the OOSP and their contribution to it and how much else is also involved. Project managers and managers will also have much to learn from this book - in short, it belongs on your bookshelf.' Journal of the Association of C & C++ Users