by Dinesh Thakur Category: Software Engineering

The code written for software should be according to the requirements of the users. A program is said to be good if the software code is flawless or contains minimum errors. For the effective performance of the software, some particular features are required in almost all languages that are used to write the software code. These features are listed below.

 
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Implementing and executing software metrics is a cumbersome task as it is difficult to manage the technical and human aspects of the software measurement. Also, there exist many issues which prevent the successful implementation and execution of software metrics. These issues are listed below.

 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Software Engineering

Quantitative Process Management (QPM) aims to control the process performance (the actual output accomplished by following the software process) of the software project quantitatively. The quantitative process management establishes goals for the performance of the project's software process. It involves measuring the performance of software process, analyzing these measurements, and making adjustments in maintaining the performance of the process. After the performance of the process is stable and within acceptable limits, the software process of the project and the associated measurements are established as a baseline. This results in controlling the performance of the software process quantitatively. The goals of quantitative process management are listed below.

 
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Changes in the process are unavoidable and should be made to improve the productivity and quality of the process. These changes can be applied by using Process Change Management (PCM), which is a technique to improve the software processes in the organization. Thus, this technique helps in increasing productivity and quality by improving software processes for the developing software.

 
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In today's world, change is an ongoing process and Information Technology (IT) has contributed to changes in every aspect of life (such as business and education). This is due to the emerging technologies. Nowadays, the business environment needs to use the new technologies available in order to be successful and compete with similar organizations in the market. To incorporate new technology into business activities, Technology Change Management (TCM) is used. TCM is a process of identifying, selecting, and evaluating new technologies (such as tools, methods, and processes) to incorporate the most effective technology in a software system.

 
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Organization Process Definition (OPD) is responsible for developing and maintaining a usable set of software process assets. The objective is to develop and maintain a standard software process for the organization. The organization process assets improve process performance across different projects and provide a basis for long term benefits to the organization. Various assets of the organization software process are listed below.

 
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While writing software code, several coding tools are used along with the programming language to simplify the tasks of writing the software code. Note that coding tools vary from one programming language to another as they are developed according to a particular programming language. However, sometimes a single coding tool can be used in more than one programming language. Generally, coding tools comprises text editors, supporting tools for a specific programming language, and the framework required to run the software code. Some of the commonly used coding tools are listed in Table.

 
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The Organization Process Focus (OPF) is responsible for establishing software process activities and improving these activities with process capability specified by the organization. This involves understanding software processes of projects and coordinating activities to assess, develop, maintain, and improve those processes. The organization provides resources for coordinating and maintaining software processes for existing and future projects. The activities for such purposes are carried out by SEPG. This group is responsible for developing and maintaining standard software processes and process assets in the organization. SEPG also coordinates process activities with the software projects. The goals of the organization process focus are listed below.

 

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