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Global Software Development

Author : Dale Walter Karolak
ISBN : UCSC:32106014904301
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discusses the growing need for global software development and the foundations of development strategy. Progresses through development, emphasizing the differences between traditional and virtual management.
Category: Business & Economics

Happy About Global Software Test Automation

Author : Hung Quoc Nguyen
ISBN : 9781600050121
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 69.89 MB
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This book addresses the fundamental issue of software testing and helps the reader understand the high-level elements necessary to better execute software test automation and outsourcing initiatives.
Category: Business & Economics

Cbt On Managing Global Software Projects

Author : Gopalaswamy Ramesh
ISBN : 0070588031
Genre : Computer software
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The CBT on Managing Global Software Projects, is an initiative to reach Project Management Techniques through e-learning to the software community in India and abroad.
Category: Computer software

Global Software

Author : Dave Taylor
ISBN : 9781461228509
Genre : Computers
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John Sculley In the short history of personal computing, the task of the software programmer has been one of the least recognized-but one of the most significant-in the industry. In addition to defining the prob lems, and presenting the solutions, the software programmer is con fronted with the challenge of having to predict what combination of ideas and technologies will move the industry forward in the most compelling way. Even though we've seen the development of tremendous applications in a surprisingly short period of time, the most difficult problems often surface when we try to elevate a suc cessful local idea to the international arena. In the case of Apple Computer, these challenges become especially profound when you consider that Apple sells Macintosh not just in the United States, but in Japan, China, the Middle East, Africa, East ern Europe, and even to the United Nations itself. Of course, this means that the personal computer must work everywhere around the world. But more significantly, it also means that the software must reflect the uniqueness of a given culture, its language, morals, and even its sense of humor. To step away from a narrowly-defined, nationally-based paradigm for software development, programmers, management, and entire corporations must learn to recognize what elements of an interface, problem solving technique, documentation illustration, package de sign, and advertisement are local, and which elements are appro priate for global markets.
Category: Computers

Global Software Engineering

Author : Gamel O. Wiredu
ISBN : 9780429589768
Genre : Business & Economics
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Technology and organizations co-evolve, as is illustrated by the growth of information and communication technology (ICT) and global software engineering (GSE). Technology has enabled the development of innovations in GSE. The literature on GSE has emphasized the role of the organization at the expense of technology. This book explores the role of technology in the evolution of globally distributed software engineering. To date, the role of the organization has been examined in coordinating GSE activities because of the prevalence of the logic of rationality (i.e., the efficiency ethos, mechanical methods, and mathematical analysis) and indeterminacy (i.e., the effectiveness ethos, natural methods, and functional analysis). This logic neglects the coordination role of ICT. However, GSE itself is an organizational mode that is technology-begotten, technology-dominated, and technology-driven, as is its coordination. GSE is a direct reflection of ICT innovation, change, and use, yet research into the role technology of GSE has been neglected. Global Software Engineering: Virtualization and Coordination considers existing fragmented explanations and perspectives in GSE research, poses new questions about GSE, and proposes a framework based on the logic of virtuality (i.e., creativity ethos, electrical methods, and technological analysis) rather than of rationality and indeterminacy. Virtuality is the primary perspective in this book’s comprehensive study of GSE. The book concludes with an integrated explanation of GSE coordination made possible through ICT connectivity and capitalization.
Category: Business & Economics

Global Software And It

Author : Christof Ebert
ISBN : 9781118135099
Genre : Business & Economics
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Based on the author’s first-hand experience and expertise,this book offers a proven framework for global softwareengineering. Readers will learn best practices for managing avariety of software projects, coordinating the activities ofseveral locations across the globe while accounting for culturaldifferences. Most importantly, readers will learn how to engineer afirst-rate software product as efficiently as possible by fullyleveraging global personnel and resources. Global Software and IT takes a unique approach that works forprojects of any size, examining such critical topics as: Executing a seamless project across multiple locations Mitigating the risks of off-shoring Developing and implementing processes for globaldevelopment Establishing practical outsourcing guidelines Fostering effective collaboration and communication acrosscontinents and culture This book provides a balanced framework for planning globaldevelopment, covering topics such as managing people in distributedsites and managing a project across locations. It delivers acomprehensive business model that is beneficial to anyone lookingfor the most cost-effective, efficient way to engineer goodsoftware products.
Category: Business & Economics

Managing Global Software Projects

Author : Gopalaswamy Ramesh
ISBN : 9781259007118
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Managing Global Software Projects about the three dimensions of Software Project Management people, process and technology – and the interactions between them, particularly when the team is geographically distributed. The book focuses on the following: 1. Project management issues that confront global and distributed teams 2. A fair balance across the three dimensions – people, process and technology – contributing to the success of geographically distributed teams 3. Practical examples of the things that work and the common pitfalls 4. Descriptive frameworks rather than prescriptive formulae 5. Coverage of some of the issues vital for a project’s success, for example the skill set required for each function, business significance of process models, etc. This book also covers the key practice areas of CMM and the 20 clauses of ISO-9001.
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Global Software Development Handbook

Author : Raghvinder Sangwan
ISBN : 9781420013856
Genre : Computers
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Economics and technology have dramatically re-shaped the landscape of software development. It is no longer uncommon to find a software development team dispersed across countries or continents. Geographically distributed development challenges the ability to clearly communicate, enforce standards, ensure quality levels, and coordinate tasks. Global Software Development Handbook explores techniques that can bridge distances, create cohesion, promote quality, and strengthen lines of communication. The book introduces techniques proven successful at international electronics and software giant Siemens AG. It shows how this multinational uses a high-level process framework that balances agility and discipline for globally distributed software development. The authors delineate an organizational structure that not only fosters team building, but also achieves effective collaboration among the central and satellite teams. The handbook explores the issues surrounding quality and the processes required to realize quality in a distributed environment. Communication is a tremendous challenge, especially for teams separated by several time zones, and the authors elucidate how to uncover patterns of communication among these teams to determine effective strategies for managing communication. The authors analyze successful and failed projects and apply this information to how a project can be successful with distributed teams. They also provide lightweight processes that can be dynamically adapted to the demands of any project.
Category: Computers

China And India

Author : John T McManus
ISBN : 9781780632346
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the last 30 years, the world’s software industry has been developing rapidly and the landscape has also been changing dramatically. It is no longer predominately controlled by the developed countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom. This book examines the competitive and strategic issues faced by China and India through a political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal analysis. The book reviews their competitive strengths and weaknesses and the potential risks for organisations looking to expand or invest resources in these two countries. The book also looks at the market strategies of both countries in a global context and identifies the critical success factors that have enabled China and India to gain competitive advantage in their respective markets. Importantly, the book examines the threats that these two countries pose to other countries looking to expand their presence in the global software markets. This book helps practitioners and business managers who are responsible for a firm’s strategy or investment resources to grasp and understand the complexities and challenges faced by those organisations looking to expand their operations in these countries. Written from a highly knowledgeable and well-respected practitioner in the field of global strategy and software engineering Draws on the authors wide-ranging practical experience of working with some of the worlds leading global service providers on major strategy development and service provision Provides practical guidance to real-world problems in the global software industry
Category: Business & Economics

Agility Across Time And Space

Author : Darja Šmite
ISBN : 9783642124426
Genre : Computers
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Rather than deciding whether or not to get involved in global sourcing, many companies are facing decisions about whether or not to apply agile methods in their distributed projects. These companies are often motivated by the opportunities to solve the coordination and communication difficulties associated with global software development. Yet while agile principles prescribe close interaction and co-location, the very nature of distributed software development does not support these prerequisites. Šmite, Moe, and Ågerfalk structured the book into five parts. In “Motivation” the editors introduce the fundamentals of agile distributed software development and explain the rationale behind the application of agile practices in globally distributed software projects. “ Transition” describes implementation strategies, adoption of particular agile practices for distributed projects, and general concepts of agility. “Management” details practical implications for project planning, time management, and customer and subcontractor interaction. “Teams” discusses agile distributed team configuration, effective communication and knowledge transfer, and allocation of roles and responsibilities. Finally, in the “Epilogue” the editors summarize all contributions and present future trends for research and practice in agile distributed development. This book is primarily targeted at researchers, lecturers, and students in empirical software engineering, and at practitioners involved in globally distributed software projects. The contributions are based on sound empirical research and identify gaps and commonalities in both the existing state of the art and state of the practice. In addition, they also offer practical advice through many hints, checklists, and experience reports. Questions answered in this book include: What should companies expect from merging agile and distributed strategies? What are the stumbling blocks that prevent companies from realizing the benefits of the agile approach in distributed environments, and how can we recognize infeasible strategies and unfavorable circumstances? What helps managers cope with the challenges of implementing agile approaches in distributed software development projects? How can distributed teams survive the decisions taken by management and become efficient through the application of agile approaches?
Category: Computers

Global Software Teams

Author : Erran Carmel
ISBN : 013924218X
Genre : Computers
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92421-7 The first best-practices guide to organizing and managing global software teams. Examine what drives global teams apart and what keeps them together. Covers technical, procedural, managerial, and cultural issues Includes real-world global case studies. Software development is tough enough when it's done locally - but it's even tougher when you're trying to manage cultural, language, and time-zone differences too. In Global Software Teams, expert consultant Erran Carmel brings together the latest best practices and real-world case studies in global software development-showing what works and what doesn't. Discover five "centrifugal forces" that drive global teams apart and six equally powerful "centripetal forces" you can use to hold things together. Learn the best ways to apply: Telecommunications infrastructure. Collaborative technologies. Development methodologies. Software frameworks and architectures. Team building techniques, and more. Learn how to build trust among key players regardless of location. Discover which projects best lend themselves to global teams. Understand the obstacles to "follow-the-sun" software development. Whether you're already involved in a global software project - or expect to be - this book provides the answers that can make the difference between success and failure.
Category: Computers

Human Factors In Global Software Engineering

Author : Mobashar Rehman
ISBN : 1522594485
Genre : Computers
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"This book examines the human, social, organizational, cultural, technological and ergonomic factors in global software engineering"--
Category: Computers

Managing Global Software Projects

Author : Ramesh
ISBN : 9780070598973
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Managing Global Software Projects about the three dimensions of Software Project Management people, process and technology and the interactions between them, particularly when the team is geographically distributed. The book focuses on the following:1. Project management issues that confront global and distributed teams2. A fair balance across the three dimensions people, process and technology contributing to the success of geographically distributed teams3. Practical examples of the things that work and the common pitfalls4. Descriptive frameworks rather than prescriptive formulae5. Coverage of some of the issues vital for a project s success, for example the skill set required for each function, business significance of process models, etc.This book also covers the key practice areas of CMM and the 20 clauses of ISO-9001.
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Enterprise Software Delivery

Author : Alan W. Brown
ISBN : 9780321803016
Genre : Computers
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Master breakthrough new approaches to enterprise software delivery that address today's radically new development and business challenges • •Helps development leaders strategically balance agility and efficiency in response to massive new global economic and technical trends. •Offers specific, practical solutions for improving control, visibility, and efficiency. •By Alan W. Brown -- IBM Distinguished Engineer, IBM Rational CTO, and one of the world's leading experts on high-value enterprise software delivery. Globalization, rapid technology churn, and massive economic shifts have made today's enterprise software delivery challenges radically different that those faced just three or four years ago. In this book, IBM Distinguished Engineer Alan W. Brown offers deep new insights into today's best approaches to enterprise software delivery. Brown guides decision-makers in choosing solutions that respond to their new challenges, and successfully anticipate what's coming next. He provides a compelling vision for 'software supply chains': one that can help software leaders create global software factories that successfully balance agility and efficiency. Brown illuminates today's new revolution in enterprise software delivery, focusing on key drivers for change, their impact on the day-to-day work of software engineers, and how enterprise software organizations are being reformed in response. He introduces the modern 'software factory' concept, addressing key trends including global outsourced teams, collaborative application lifecycle management, and cloud-based virtual infrastructures; Replete with examples, this informative, practical book will help organizations surface crucial issues they may have overlooked, and then identify and leverage the best new ways to deliver software. From start to finish, it offers powerful new opportunities to reduce costs, standardize processes, improve control and visibility, and become far more responsive to the business.
Category: Computers

Softwars

Author : Anthony Lawrence Clapes
ISBN : UOM:39015029550160
Genre : Business & Economics
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The future of the computer industry rests significantly on the nature and extent of intellectual property protection for computer programs. This book explains why that is so, and guides the reader through the major intellectual property disputes around the globe that are shaping the industry. The influences of clones, hackers, proprietary systems, open systems, patents, copyrights and trade secrets are covered in a series of highly readable and entertaining essays. No other book to date has given either as lucid a description of litigation over "look and feel" or "reverse engineering" of software, or as cogent an exposition of the economic and strategic consequences of the intersection of intellectual property law and software technology.
Category: Business & Economics

Global It Outsourcing

Author : Sundeep Sahay
ISBN : 1139438212
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book offers key insights into how to manage software development across international boundaries. It is based on a series of case studies looking at the relationships between firms from North America, the UK, Japan and Korea with Indian software houses. In these case studies, which have typically been compiled over a 3-4 year timespan, the authors analyse the multi-faceted challenges encountered in managing these Global Software Alliances (GSAs). These challenges range from the conflicts that managers face when dealing with distance, to the tensions of transferring knowledge across time and space, to issues in trying to establish universal standards in a context of constant change, and the problems of identity that developers and clients experience in having to deal with different organizations and countries. Throughout the book, the authors draw on their extensive research and experience to offer constructive advice on how to manage GSAs more effectively.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Instant Will Maker

Author : Global Software Publishing Limited
ISBN : 1841560669
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