Process Patterns: Building Large-Scale Systems Using Object Technologyby Scott W. Ambler
Pub. Date: 10/28/1998
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Shows how to deliver successfully large-scale applications using object technology, and carefully describes how to develop applications that are easy to maintain and to enhance. See more details below
Shows how to deliver successfully large-scale applications using object technology, and carefully describes how to develop applications that are easy to maintain and to enhance.
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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