Agile Modeling: Effective Practices for Extreme Programming and the Unified Process
ISBN: 0471202827
EAN13: 9780471202820
Language: English
Pages: 400
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 9.00" L x 8.00" W
Weight: 2.00 lbs.
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Book Overview
XP (Extreme Programming) hat in der Software Development Community jetzt f r hnlichen Aufruhr gesorgt, wie Design Patterns vor ein paar Jahren. Zwar ist XP eine Methodik zur schnelleren Softwareentwicklung, aber sie gibt dem Entwickler nicht gen gend Modellierungszeit, die jedoch wichtig ist, um sicherzustellen, dass ein Projekt die gew nschten Anforderungen auch erf llt. Dar ber hinaus funktionieren Standard-Modellierungstechniken auf der Basis von UML (Unified Modeling Language) h ufig nicht mit XP. In diesem innovativen Buch pr sentiert Software Development Kolumnist Scott Ambler Agile Modeling (AM) - ein Verfahren, das er speziell f r die Modellierung von XP-Projekten entworfen hat und das Teile von UML und RUP (Rational's Unified Process) einsetzt. Ambler erkl rt anhand zahlreicher Fallstudien anschaulich, was AM ist und wie Software-Experten AM, UML und RUP in ihre Entwicklungsprojekte einbinden k nnen. Die begleitende Website (www.agilemodeling.com) bietet Updates, Links zu XP- und AM-Resources sowie laufende Fallstudien zum Agile Modeling.
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From the Back Cover In Agile Modeling, Scott Ambler captures the spirit of skillfully applying the UML, patterns, and more-the balance between too much and too little. -Craig Larman Extreme Programming (XP) and the Unified Process (UP) have both caused quite a sensation in the software development community. Although XP offers a methodology for faster software development, many developers find that it does not explicitly include modeling time, which is crucial to ensure that a project meets its proposed requirements. UP developers, on the other hand, have found that the UP approach to modeling is too documentation-intensive and top heavy, thus impeding progress. Enter Agile Modeling (AM)-- a unique methodology specifically designed to enhance your modeling efforts on software development projects. In this innovative book, Scott Ambler reviews how to: * Model on an XP project without detracting from its fast-moving and agile software development approach * Simplify the modeling disciplines/workflows of the UP without losing any of the true benefits of those disciplines * Use modeling to explore an issue or to facilitate communication * Effectively apply the UML, and extend it with other methodologies, to meet your real-world development needs * Reduce the documentation burden on your project by writing agile documents * Use simple modeling tools, such as index cards and whiteboards, and know when to use complex CASE tools * Rethink your approach to work areas, modeling teams, and modeling sessions The companion Web site includes updates to the book, links to XP and AM resources, and ongoing case studies about AM. Wiley Computer Publishing Timely. Practical. Reliable. Visit our Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/ Visit the companion Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/ambler Visit the author's Web site at www.agilemodeling.com
From the front Cover In Agile Modeling, Scott Ambler captures the spirit of skillfully applying the UML, patterns, and more-the balance between too much and too little. -Craig Larman Extreme Programming (XP) and the Unified Process (UP) have both caused quite a sensation in the software development community. Although XP offers a methodology for faster software development, many developers find that it does not explicitly include modeling time, which is crucial to ensure that a project meets its proposed requirements. UP developers, on the other hand, have found that the UP approach to modeling is too documentation-intensive and top heavy, thus impeding progress. Enter Agile Modeling (AM)-- a unique methodology specifically designed to enhance your modeling efforts on software development projects. In this innovative book, Scott Ambler reviews how to: * Model on an XP project without detracting from its fast-moving and agile software development approach * Simplify the modeling disciplines/workflows of the UP without losing any of the true benefits of those disciplines * Use modeling to explore an issue or to facilitate communication * Effectively apply the UML, and extend it with other methodologies, to meet your real-world development needs * Reduce the documentation burden on your project by writing agile documents * Use simple modeling tools, such as index cards and whiteboards, and know when to use complex CASE tools * Rethink your approach to work areas, modeling teams, and modeling sessions The companion Web site includes updates to the book, links to XP and AM resources, and ongoing case studies about AM. Wiley Computer Publishing Timely. Practical. Reliable. Visit our Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/ Visit the companion Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/ambler Visit the author's Web site at www.agilemodeling.com

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