I highly recommend this book for anyone who's ever tried to implement RUP on a small project. Pollice and company have demystified and effectively scaled the process while ensuring that its essence hasn't been compromised. A must-have for any RUPster's library! Chris Soskin, Process Engineering Consultant, Toyota Motor SalesDo you want to improve the process on your next project? Perhaps you'd like to combine the best practices from the Rational Unified Process (RUP) and from agile methodologies (such as Extreme Programming). If so, buy this book! Software Development for Small Teams describes an entire software development project, from the initial customer contact through delivery of the software. Through a case study, it describes how one small, distributed team designed and applied a successful process. But this is not a perfect case study. The story includes what worked and what didn't, and describes how the team might change its process for the next project. The authors encourage you to assess their results and to use the lessons learned on your next project. Key topics covered include: Achieving a balance between people, process, and tools; recognizing that software develo... you can add it. If you add something you dona#39;t need, you often will just keep doing it and never remove it from your process because you dona#39;t know that it isna#39; t necessary. ... you can add it. How do you decide if you are doing something thata#39;s unnecessary or not doing something you need? ... These are some of the questions you have to ask yourself to determine how formal you need to be. We find thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Software Development for Small Teams|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley Professional - 2004|