Software Configuration Management Patterns: Effective Teamwork, Practical Integration (Software Patterns Series)

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Stereotypes portray software engineers as a reckless lot, and stereotypes paint software configuration management (SCM) devotees as inflexible. Based on these impressions, it is no wonder that projects can be riddled with tension! The truth probably lies somewhere in between these stereotypes, and this book shows how proven SCM practices can foster a healthy team-oriented culture that produces better software. The authors show that workflow, when properly managed, can avert delays, morale problems, and cost overruns. A patterns approach (proven solutions to recurring problems) is outlined so that SCM can be easily applied and successfully leveraged in small to medium sized organizations. The patterns are presented with an emphasis on practicality. The results speak for themselves: improved processes and a motivated workforce that synergize to produce better quality software.

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Stephen P. Berczuk has been developing object-oriented software applications since 1989, often as part of geographically distributed teams. He has been an active member of the Software Patterns community since the first PLoP conference in 1994, and did early work on the relationship between organization, software architecture, and design patterns. He has an M.S. in Operations Research from Stanford University and an S.B. in Electrical Engineering from MIT. Brad Appleton has been a software developer since 1987 and has extensive experience using, developing, and supporting SCM environments for teams of all shapes and sizes. A former Patterns++ section editor for the C++ Report, Brad is also well versed in object-oriented design and agile software development, and cofounded the Chicago Patterns and Chicago Agile Development Groups. He holds an M.S. in Software Engineering and a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics. 0201741172AB09202002

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Descripción Addison-Wesley Professional, 2003. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: List of Figures. Foreword. Preface. Contributor's Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. I. BACKGROUND. 1. Putting a System Together. Balancing Stability and Progress. The Role of SCM in Agile Software Development. SCM in Context. SCM as a Team Support Discipline. What Software Configuration Management Is. The Role of Tools. The Larger Whole. This Book's Approach. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 2. The Software Environment. General Principles. What Software Is About. The Development Workspace. Architecture. The Organization. The Big Picture. Further Reading. 3. Patterns. About Patterns and Pattern Languages. Patterns in Software. Configuration Management Patterns. Structure of Patterns in This Book. The Pattern Language. Overview of the Language. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. II THE PATTERNS. 4. Mainline. Simplify Your Branching Model. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 5. Active Development Line. Define Your Goals. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 6. Private Workspace. Isolate Your Work to Control Change. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 7. Repository. One Stop Shopping. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 8. Private System Build. Think Globally by Building Locally. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 9. Integration Build. Do a Centralized Build. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 10. Third Party Codeline. Use the Tools You Already Have. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 11. Task Level Commit. Do One Commit per Small-Grained Task. Unresolved Issues. 12. Codeline Policy. Define the Rules of the Road. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 13. Smoke Test. Verify Basic Functionality. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 14. Unit Test. Test the Contract. Unresolved Issues. Further Reading. 15. Regression Test. Test for Changes. Further Reading. 16. Private Versions. A Private History. 17. Release Line. Branch before Releasing. Further Reading. 18. Release-Prep Code Line. Branch Instead of Freeze. Unresolved Issues. 19. Task Branch. Handling Long-Lived Tasks. Use Branches for Isolation. 20. Referenced Patterns. Named Stable Bases. Daily Build and Smoke Test. Appendix A: SCM Resources Online. The Configuration Management Yellow Pages. CM CrossroadsOnline Community and Resource Center for CM Professionals. CM TodayDaily Configuration Management News. UCM CentralUnified Configuration Management. ACME-Assembling Configuration Management Environments (for Software). The Software Engineering. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0201741172

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Descripción Estado de conservación: New. Publisher/Verlag: Addison-Wesley Longman, Amsterdam | Effective Teamwork, Practical Integration | Learn proven software configuration management strategies to deliver quality software systems with the least amount of wasted effort.Avoid common software mistakes by using proven SCM practices.Identify crucial aspects of your software process so team projects can run smoothly.Helps managers build and foster a development environment focused on producing optimal teamwork and quality products. Stereotypes portray software engineers as a reckless lot, and stereotypes paint software configuration management (SCM) devotees as inflexible. Based on these impressions, it is no wonder that projects can be riddled with tension! The truth probably lies somewhere in between these stereotypes, and this book shows how proven SCM practices can foster a healthy team-oriented culture that produces better software. The authors show that workflow, when properly managed, can avert delays, morale problems, and cost overruns. A patterns approach (proven solutions to recurring problems) is outlined so that SCM can be easily applied and successfully leveraged in small to medium sized organizations. The patterns are presented with an emphasis on practicality. The results speak for themselves: improved processes and a motivated workforce that synergize to produce better quality software.Stephen P. Berczuk is a software engineer who has developed object-oriented software applications for fifteen years, often as part of geographically distributed teams. He is an active member of the Software Patterns community. Brad Appleton has fifteen years of software development expertise, and is currently employed at Motorola Corporation. He has been an AW technical reviewer for more than five years, and is highly regarded in the Patterns community. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 450 gr | 256 pp. Nº de ref. de la librería K9780201741179

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