Management of the Object-Oriented Development Process, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1591406064
  • ISBN-13: 9781591406068
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 372 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2006 | Published/Released October 2006
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2006

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Management of the Object-Oriented Development Process consists of a series of high-level discussions on technical and managerial issues related to object-oriented development. This book introduces object-oriented development techniques, including modeling languages, programming languages, reusable patterns and software development processes. It discusses the ongoing trends of object-oriented development, including emerging e-business development frameworks, executable UML and requirements engineering. There is also a focus managerial issues such as project management and software evaluation, and how to manage the paradigm shift from structured to object-oriented development. Management of the Object-Oriented Development Process offers systems developers, project managers, information systems students and researchers technical skills as well as strategic insights on how to manage software projects, deploy object-oriented software development processes, understand the current trends and make the transition from structured to object-oriented techniques.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Management of the Object-Oriented Development Process Table of Contents.
1: Object-Oriented Modeling in UML2.
2: MDA with xUML: Model Construction and Process Management.
3: Management Planning in a Changing Development Environment.
4: MDA Design Space and Project Planning.
5: Agile Outsourcing to India: Structure and Management.
6: User Requirements Validation and Architecture Discovery Through Use Case Invariants and Model Animation.
7: RUP and eXtreme Programming: Complementing Processes.
8: Managing Complexity with MDSD.
9: Agile RUP: Taming the Rational Unified Process®.
10: Planning and Managing the Human Factors for the Adoption and Diffusion of Object-Oriented Software Development Processes.
11: Web Services in Service-Oriented Architectures.
12: Model-Based Development: Metamodeling, Transformation and Verification.
13: Agile Project Controlling and Effort Estimation.
14: Improving OO Design Process Using Rules, Patterns and Refactoring.
15: The BORM Method: A Third Generation Object-Oriented Methodology.
About the Authors.