Process Patterns: Building Large-Scale Systems Using Object Technology

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Overview

Written by one of the best known object-oriented practitioners in the business, Process Patterns is based on proven, real-world techniques. Scott Ambler shows readers how to successfully deliver large-scale applications using object technology and carefully describes how one develops applications that are truly easy to maintain and to enhance. He shows how such projects can be supported and points out what is necessary to ensure that one's development efforts are of the best quality. His object-oriented software process (OOSP) is geared toward medium to large-size organizations that need to internally develop software to support their main line of business. Developers and project managers who have just taken their first OO development course will find this book essential. It describes the only OOSP to take the true needs of development into consideration, including cross-project, maintenance, operations, and support issues. This book uses the Unified Modeling Language (UML).

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780521645683
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 10/28/1998
  • Series: SIGS: Managing Object Technology Series , #15
  • Pages: 582
  • Product dimensions: 6.97 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.42 (d)

Table of Contents

1. The object-oriented software process; 2. The initiate phase; 3. The define and validate initial requirements stage; 4. The define and initial management documents stage; 5. The justify stage; 6. The define infrastructure stage; 7. The construct phase; 8. The model stage; 9. The program stage; 10. The generalize stage; 11. The test in the small stage; 12. The deliver phase; 13. The test in the large stage; 14. The rework stage; 15. The release stage; 16. The assess stage; 17. The maintain and support phase; 18. The support stage; 19. The identify bugs and enhancements stage; 20. Managing object-oriented projects; 21. Introducing the OOSP into your organization; 22. Parting words; Visual glossary; Positions.

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