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This new work from Watts Humphrey lays the foundation for a disciplined approach to software engineering. In his previous book, Humphrey developed methods for managing an organization's software process. These methods, now commonly practiced in industry, provide to programmers and managers specific steps they can lake to evaluate and to improve their software development and software maintenance capabilities. In Humphrey's new book, he scales those methods down to a more personal level, helping software engineers working on relatively small-scale programs to develop the skills and the habits they will need later in their professional life to plan, track, and analyze large and complex software projects more carefully and more successfully.
Clear examples and samples drawn from industry enhance the practical focus of the book. Exercises in the form of projects give readers the opportunity to practice process management as they learn it, a comprehensive instructor's set includes notes on teaching the course, overhead masters, modifiable assignment kits in Word, and a statistical support package in the form of Excel spreadsheets for the analysis of individual and class data.
* Presents concepts and methods for a disciplined software engineering process.
* Scales down industrial practices for planning, tracking, analysis, and defect management to fit the needs of small-scale program development.
* Shows how small project disciplines provide a solid base for larger projects.
About The Author
Walls S. Humphrey is employed by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University. Formerly Director of the Software Process Program at the SEI, Humphrey was responsible for developing improved software engineers in industry and government, helping them to implement these improved methods. Before joining the SEI, Humphrey was within IBM for 27 years in various technical and management positions. He is a Fellow of the SEI and th IEEE, a member of the ACM, a past member of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Board of Examiners, and a holder of five issued U.S. Patents. He lives in Sarasota, Florida.
Table Of Contents
1. The Personal Software Process Strategy
2. The Baseline Personal Process
3. Planning 1: The Planning Process
4. Planning 2: Measuring Software Size
5. Planning 3: Estimating Software Size
6. Planning 4: Resource and Schedule Estimating
7. Measurements in The Personal Software Process
8. Design and Code Reviews
9. Software Quality Management
10. Software Design
11. Scaling Up the Personal Software Process
12. Design Verification
13. Defining the Software Process
14. Using the Personal Software Process
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