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Presentations at the Software Technologie Initiative Kaiserslautern e.V.
The Software Technologie Initiative Kaiserslautern e.V. offers it's members the ability to keep up to date on the state of the art, trends and background of the area of software engineering in an ongoing and first-hand manner. Numerous functions facilitate the acquisition and broadening of applicable knowledge, as well as networking and communication among members. In its role as a lively network between research and practice, STI e.V. is the regional platform for direct, unfiltered exchange of knowledge, experience and information in the area of software development.
Mittwoch, 30. März 2011

Beyond Continuous Integration – Agile Prozesse im Anforderungs-, Qualitäts- und Projektmanagement

Tool-aided continuous integration is now an integral part of software development. Short iteration cycles and high transparency raise the efficiency of development and the stability of the developed software.

However, the disciplines of requirements management, quality assurance and project management are often either left out of this or just can't keep up with the progress of development due to the necessity of manually updating documentation.

It is, however, possible to adjust these disciplines, with a bit of know-how of the principles of continuous integration and the help of established open-source or commercial software, in order to integrate them.

This integration involves tools for, among other things, the maintenance of requirements, the generation of immutable documentation or the possibility of complete transparency, and feedback for the project leadership. The impact of this is the creation of a more visible link between the activities of the single disciplines and their impact on all generated artifacts.

By means of simple examples from real, implemented software projects, the complete integration of the domains of requirements management, develpment, software architecture, quality assurance and project management will be shown. As part of this, complex software development processes will be methodically considered, e.g. the challenges they faced in the finance and pharmaceutical industries.



Dino Coppola