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Software Process

Learning Objectives for Process Overview
Learning Objectives for Process Overview

Upon completion of this section, the reader should be able to: ● Define a process. ● Describe why having a process is important in the production of software.

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SEI CMM Level 3 Is the Defined Level
SEI CMM Level 3 Is the Defined Level

The software process for both management and engineering activities is documented, standardized, and integrated into an organization-wide software process. All projects use a documented and approved version of the

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What Is a Software Development Life Cycle
What Is a Software Development Life Cycle

"Process Overview", describes a process, as shown in Figure (a), and explains the importance of following a process on a software development project.

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International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/IEC 12207
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/IEC 12207

The SEI is not the only quality or standards organization concerned with software processes and life cycles. As early as 1989, it was recognized that the standard imposed upon defense and other government contractors, Department of Defense Standard (DOD STD) 2167A,

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Introduction to Software Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering

Software engineering is not computer science nor is it merely rendering an idea into an abstract computer programming language. First coined in 1968, software development is the youngest recognized branch of engineering: "The phrase 'software engineering' was deliberately

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SWEBOK and the SEI CMM
SWEBOK and the SEI CMM

Other sections in this blog refer to the SEI CMM, particularly with regard to the way that model supports the blog topic - life cycles, peer reviews, metrics, etc. The CMM is divided into five maturity levels. They are well-defined evolutionary plateaus aimed toward achieving a

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