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The Living Software Development Process

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] Software development projects are often confronted with frequently changing environments that may include altered business processes, new technologies, and evolving development processes. Flexible and adaptable software development processes are required that will allow projects to react to changes quickly. This process, known as living software development process, allows for static and dynamic tailoring. A common process framework for this process is based on the concepts of process patterns and work artifacts and allows software engineers to define, evolve, and apply a flexible development process with respect to the day-to-day needs of their software development project.

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  • Topics: Process Management, Product Development and Recall
  • Keywords: Modeling,Process,Design quality,Software industry,Stakeholders,Product development
  • Author: Gnatz, Michael; Marschall, Frank; Popp, Gerhard; Rausch, Andreas; Schwerin, Wolfgang
  • Journal: Software Quality Professional Magazine