The Resource Automated defect prevention : best practices in software management, Dorota Huizinga, Adam Kolawa, (electronic resource)

Automated defect prevention : best practices in software management, Dorota Huizinga, Adam Kolawa, (electronic resource)

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Automated defect prevention : best practices in software management
Title
Automated defect prevention
Title remainder
best practices in software management
Statement of responsibility
Dorota Huizinga, Adam Kolawa
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Contributor
Provider
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This book describes an approach to software management based on establishing an infrastructure that serves as the foundation for the project. This infrastructure defines people roles, necessary technology, and interactions between people and technology. T
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DG1
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Huizinga, Dorota
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QA76.76.F34
LC item number
H85 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • IEEE Xplore
  • John Wiley & Sons
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • Kolawa, Adam
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  • Software failures
  • Software maintenance
  • Debugging in computer science
  • Computer programs
  • Computer programs
  • REFERENCE
  • Debugging
  • Softwarewartung
Label
Automated defect prevention : best practices in software management, Dorota Huizinga, Adam Kolawa, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Made available via IEEE Xplore Digital Library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface. -- Features and Organization. -- Practice Descriptions. -- Intended audience. -- Acknowledgements. -- Permissions. -- Disclaimer. -- 1. The Case for Automated Defect Prevention. -- 1.1 What is ADP? -- 1.2 What are the goals of ADP? -- 1.2.1 People: Stimulated and Satisfied. -- 1.2.2 Product: High Quality. -- 1.2.3 Organization: Increased Productivity and Operational Efficiency. -- 1.2.4 Process: Controlled, Improved, and Sustainable. -- 1.2.5 Project: Managed through Informed Decision Making. -- 1.3 How is ASDP implemented? -- 1.3.1 Principles. -- 1.3.2 Practices. -- 1.3.3 Policies. -- 1.3.4 Defect Prevention Mindset. -- 1.3.5 Automation. -- 1.4 From the waterfall to modern software development process models. -- 1.5 Acronyms. -- 1.6 Glossary. -- 1.7 References. -- 1.8 Exercises. -- 2. Principles of Automated Defect Prevention. -- 2.1 Introduction. -- 2.2 Defect Prevention: Definition and Benefits. -- 2.3 Historical Perspective: Defect Analysis and Prevention in Auto Industry What Happened to Deming? -- 2.4 Principles of Automated Defect Prevention. -- 2.4.1 Principle 1: Establishment of Infrastructure: "Build a strong foundation through integration of people and technology". -- 2.4.2 Principle 2: Application of General Best Practices: "Learn from others mistakes". -- 2.4.3 Principle 3: Customization of Best Practices: "Learn from your own mistakes". -- 2.4.4 Principle 4: Measurement and Tracking of Project Status: "Understand the past and present to make decisions about the future". -- 2.4.5 Principle 5: Automation: "Let the computer do it". -- 2.4.6 Principle 6: Incremental Implementation of ADP s Practices and Policies. -- 2.5 Automated Defect Prevention based Software Development Process Model. -- 2.6 Examples. -- 2.6.1 Focus on Root Cause Analysis of a Defect. -- 2.6.2 Focus on Infrastructure. -- 2.6.3 Focus on Customized Best Practice. -- 2.6.4 Focus on Measurements of Project Status. -- 2.7 Acronyms. -- 2.8 Glossary. -- 2.9 References. -- 2.10 Exercises. -- 3. Initial Planning and Infrastructure. -- 3.1 Introduction. -- 3.2 Initial Software Development Plan. -- 3.2.1 Product. -- 3.2.2 People. -- 3.2.3 Technology. -- 3.2.4 Process. -- 3.3 Best Practices for Creating People Infrastructure. -- 3.3.1 Defining Groups. -- 3.3.2 Determining a Location for Each Group s Infrastructure. -- 3.3.3 Defining People Roles. -- 3.3.4 Establishing Training Program. -- 3.3.5 Cultivating a Positive Group Culture. -- 3.4 Best Practices for Creating Technology Infrastructure. -- 3.4.1 Automated Reporting System. -- 3.4.2 Policy for Use of Automated Reporting System. -- 3.4.3 Minimum Technology Infrastructure. -- 3.4.4 Intermediate Technology Infrastructure. -- 3.4.5 Expanded Technology Infrastructure. -- 3.5 Integrating People and Technology. -- 3.6 Human Factors and Concerns. -- 3.7 Examples. -- 3.7.1 Focus on Developer Ideas. -- 3.7.2 Focus on Reports Generated by the Minimum Infrastructure. -- 3.8 Acronyms. -- 3.9 Glossary. -- 3.10 References. -- 3
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxvi, 426 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780470165171
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1002/9780470165171
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
10.1002/9780470165171
System control number
  • (OCoLC)181349072
  • (OCoLC)ocn181349072
Label
Automated defect prevention : best practices in software management, Dorota Huizinga, Adam Kolawa, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Made available via IEEE Xplore Digital Library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface. -- Features and Organization. -- Practice Descriptions. -- Intended audience. -- Acknowledgements. -- Permissions. -- Disclaimer. -- 1. The Case for Automated Defect Prevention. -- 1.1 What is ADP? -- 1.2 What are the goals of ADP? -- 1.2.1 People: Stimulated and Satisfied. -- 1.2.2 Product: High Quality. -- 1.2.3 Organization: Increased Productivity and Operational Efficiency. -- 1.2.4 Process: Controlled, Improved, and Sustainable. -- 1.2.5 Project: Managed through Informed Decision Making. -- 1.3 How is ASDP implemented? -- 1.3.1 Principles. -- 1.3.2 Practices. -- 1.3.3 Policies. -- 1.3.4 Defect Prevention Mindset. -- 1.3.5 Automation. -- 1.4 From the waterfall to modern software development process models. -- 1.5 Acronyms. -- 1.6 Glossary. -- 1.7 References. -- 1.8 Exercises. -- 2. Principles of Automated Defect Prevention. -- 2.1 Introduction. -- 2.2 Defect Prevention: Definition and Benefits. -- 2.3 Historical Perspective: Defect Analysis and Prevention in Auto Industry What Happened to Deming? -- 2.4 Principles of Automated Defect Prevention. -- 2.4.1 Principle 1: Establishment of Infrastructure: "Build a strong foundation through integration of people and technology". -- 2.4.2 Principle 2: Application of General Best Practices: "Learn from others mistakes". -- 2.4.3 Principle 3: Customization of Best Practices: "Learn from your own mistakes". -- 2.4.4 Principle 4: Measurement and Tracking of Project Status: "Understand the past and present to make decisions about the future". -- 2.4.5 Principle 5: Automation: "Let the computer do it". -- 2.4.6 Principle 6: Incremental Implementation of ADP s Practices and Policies. -- 2.5 Automated Defect Prevention based Software Development Process Model. -- 2.6 Examples. -- 2.6.1 Focus on Root Cause Analysis of a Defect. -- 2.6.2 Focus on Infrastructure. -- 2.6.3 Focus on Customized Best Practice. -- 2.6.4 Focus on Measurements of Project Status. -- 2.7 Acronyms. -- 2.8 Glossary. -- 2.9 References. -- 2.10 Exercises. -- 3. Initial Planning and Infrastructure. -- 3.1 Introduction. -- 3.2 Initial Software Development Plan. -- 3.2.1 Product. -- 3.2.2 People. -- 3.2.3 Technology. -- 3.2.4 Process. -- 3.3 Best Practices for Creating People Infrastructure. -- 3.3.1 Defining Groups. -- 3.3.2 Determining a Location for Each Group s Infrastructure. -- 3.3.3 Defining People Roles. -- 3.3.4 Establishing Training Program. -- 3.3.5 Cultivating a Positive Group Culture. -- 3.4 Best Practices for Creating Technology Infrastructure. -- 3.4.1 Automated Reporting System. -- 3.4.2 Policy for Use of Automated Reporting System. -- 3.4.3 Minimum Technology Infrastructure. -- 3.4.4 Intermediate Technology Infrastructure. -- 3.4.5 Expanded Technology Infrastructure. -- 3.5 Integrating People and Technology. -- 3.6 Human Factors and Concerns. -- 3.7 Examples. -- 3.7.1 Focus on Developer Ideas. -- 3.7.2 Focus on Reports Generated by the Minimum Infrastructure. -- 3.8 Acronyms. -- 3.9 Glossary. -- 3.10 References. -- 3
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxvi, 426 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780470165171
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1002/9780470165171
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
10.1002/9780470165171
System control number
  • (OCoLC)181349072
  • (OCoLC)ocn181349072

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