5 edition of Code Quality and Software Process Improvement found in the catalog.
Code Quality and Software Process Improvement
March 15, 2010
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
The SWQD proceedings book is dealing with the complexity and challenges of software engineering and software quality in the cloud, focusing on multi-disciplinary systems, process improvement, knowledge engineering and machine learning, source code analysis and software maintenance and testing. Code Review, or Peer Code Review, is the act of consciously and systematically convening with one’s fellow programmers to check each other’s code for mistakes, and has been repeatedly shown to accelerate and streamline the process of software development like few other practices are peer code review tools and software, but the concept itself is important to understand.
A SmartBear study of a Cisco Systems programming team revealed that developers should review no more than to lines of code (LOC) at a time. The brain can only effectively process so much information at a time; beyond LOC, the ability to find defects diminishes. In practice, a review of LOC over 60 to 90 minutes should yield % defect discovery. Improving Quality Through Software Inspections 1 Karl E. Wiegers Process Impact First the earth cooled. Then the dinosaurs came, but they didn’t make it. Next, humans began programming computers using coding forms and punched cards. With just a few compilation cyclesFile Size: 48KB.
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement, PROFES , held in Trondheim, Norway, in November The 24 revised full papers presented together with 21 short papers, 1 keynote, 3 invited papers, 5 workshop papers. 2 doctoral symposium papers, and 6 tutorials. The main theme of PROFES is professional software process improvement (SPI) motivated by product and service quality needs. SPI is facilitated by software process assessment, software measurement, process modeling, and technology transfer. It has become a practical tool for quality software engineering and management.
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Software functional quality is defined as conformance to explicitly stated functional requirements, identified for example using Voice of the Customer analysis (part of the Design for Six Sigma toolkit and/or documented through use cases) and the level of satisfaction experienced by end-users.
The latter is referred as to as usability and is. Vic Nanda has 16+ years experience in leading process and quality improvement initiatives in several organizations using Six Sigma, CMMi®, ITIL®, TLand ISO Vic is a Six Sigma Black Belt, Certified ISO LA, CMQ/OE, CQA, CSQE, and ITIL Foundations Certified.
He is the author of three books on quality and process improvement. He is a member of Editorial Boards of several 5/5(1).
This book is an extension and elaboration of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) guidebook Practical Software Measurement: Measuring for Process Management and Improvement Florac The guidebook grew out of a collaborative effort with the authors of Practical Software Measurement: A Foundation for Objective Project Management McGarry Cited by: In absolute, academic terms I would say Amazon code is the most raw, Google code is the best quality and uniformity, and Microsoft code is a close second to Google.
“This means that around only one-third of the developers perform metrics-based evaluations of their source code, even though more than two-thirds of them think a measurable quality standard would help them achieve better software, so there is definitely room for improvement there,” concludes : Nan Barber.
Software Quality Assurance − Software Quality Assurance (SQA) is a set of activities to ensure the quality in software engineering processes that ultimately result in quality software products.
The activities establish and evaluate the processes that produce products. It involves process-focused action.
Software Quality Control − Software. The book explains software process improvement in a self-contained way. Readers will need additional resources only when they need to understand particular details. O'Regan's pragmatic approach, along with his many intelligent side remarks that match my personal experiences in software engineering, are further highlights of the book.
Integrate Agile ALM and DevOps to Build Better Software and Systems at Lower Cost Agile Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is a comprehensive development lifecycle that embodies essential Agile principles and guides all activities needed to deliver successful software or systems. Agile ALM embodies Agile Configuration Management (CM) and much more.
Joining any new company—with an established culture and programming practices—can be a daunting experience. When I joined the Ansible team, I decided to write up the software engineering practices and principles I’ve learned over the years and to which I strive to work.
This is a non-definitive, non-exhaustive list of principles that should be applied with wisdom and flexibility.
Quality Glossary Definition: Seven tools of quality "The Old Seven." "The First Seven." "The Basic Seven." Quality pros have many names for these seven basic tools of quality, first emphasized by Kaoru Ishikawa, a professor of engineering at Tokyo University and the father of "quality circles."Start your quality journey by mastering these tools, and you'll have a name for them too: indispensable.
The Software Quality Professional (SQP) is a peer-reviewed journal, published by ASQ. Its mission is to help software professionals apply quality principles to the development and use of software and software-based systems.
SQP publishes case studies, experienced-based reports, and state-of-the-art reviews in order to provide practitioners with an understanding of those software quality. Introduce a Software Engineering Process Group (SEPG) to your organization.
The sole responsibility of your SEPG is to support the definition and improvement of your organization's software process.
The SEPG should be kept small - as a rule of thumb, we suggest one SEPG member for every one hundred developers in your organization. In this chapter from his book on software quality engineering, Stephen H. Kan discusses several metrics in each of three groups of software quality metrics: product quality, in-process quality, and maintenance quality.
He also describes the key metrics used by several major software developers and discusses software metrics data collection. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Software process improvement by Reidar Conradi,Springer edition, paperback Software Process Improvement ( edition) | Open Library. Software process improvements are changes to the software development process that make it more effective. Although one would expect Grady's book to provide a comprehensive list of process improvements that one might use, it instead focuses on the issues of managing improvements and measuring their effectiveness.
From the Publisher: The SPICE (Software Process Improvement and Capability Determination) Project is a joint effort by the ISO and IEC to create an international standard for software process assessment. This book covers both the theory of SPICE and its practical applications, including the lessons learned from the SPICE trials.
It includes a valuable automated tool on CD-ROM to help you apply. Software Process Improvement for Firmware Janu Software Process Improvement (SPI) is the task of figuring out what a team does right, what needs to be improved, and then making specific suggestions to help the group generate better code, hopefully on a shorter schedule.
How can you improve, harmonize and automate your development process using tools like Maven, Hudson, and Nexus. This presentation is a high-level overview of Java software development process improvement.
Next, you should check, build, and unit test. Continue by using automation through the rest of the process, including automated, functional, performance, security, and other modes of testing.
This gives teams the ability to show the quality of a build throughout Author: Todd Decapua. If code is of high quality, the software is likely to be more easily maintainable.
Source: Commadot Code quality is difficult to define, but most experts agree that high quality code uses coding conventions, is readable and well documented, is reusable and avoids duplication, handles errors diligently, is efficient in its use of resources.
The quality of software products can be improved through preventative processes or an iterative process of continual improvement, which requires management control, coordination, and feedback from many concurrent processes: (1) the software life cycle processes, (2) the process of fault/defect detection, removal, and prevention, and (3) the.Book Description.
Integrate Agile ALM and DevOps to Build Better Software and Systems at Lower Cost. Agile Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is a comprehensive development lifecycle that encompasses essential Agile principles and guides all activities needed to deliver successful software or other customized IT products and services.Quality assurance and engineering professionals use these tools to drive continuous improvement within the organization.
These methods include the six sigma tools. Key Elements for Improvement: Measurement is critical. Scientific Approach. StreamLiner is Project Management software that drives your team's Lean and Continuous Improvement activities.