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PUBLIC MARKS from tadanderson with tags management & ProductLineEngineering

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2011

Software Product Line Engineering Resource Kit

I recently decided to update the Product Line Engineering Assets I reuse from project to project. In the past I reused a baseline project that contained a folder structure and the UML stereotypes needed to do Use Cases, Feature, and Static Modeling.

Software Product Lines: Research Issues in Engineering and Management Book Review

Anyone considering venturing into Software Product Line Engineering should read this book. It contains essential information needed to succeed.

Requirements Engineering: Fundamentals, Principles, and Techniques Book Review

It is not common to see a book like this come out in today’s technical book market, or for that matter in any era of the technical book market.

2009

The Process of Software Architecting Book Review

If you are involved in software development in anyway, you should read this book. It is the story of how it is supposed to be.

Requirements Engineering: From System Goals to UML Models to Software Specifications Book Review

This is not for the happy go lucky requirements gatherer. It is a detailed breakdown of everything requirements engineering for software intensive systems. It will make you think.

2008

Service-Oriented Architectures and Software Product Lines

SEI has published a new report titled "Proceedings of the First Workshop on Service-Oriented Architectures and Product Lines". It discusses the commonalities and the differences with service-oriented architecture (SOA) and software product line (SPL) approaches.

Cool Links IV- .NET 3.5, Architecture, AJAX, UML, EPF, Patterns, GOF, VSTS 2008, WPF, Silverlight, SQL 2008, XAML

This is the fourth installment of cool links. It includes links on .NET 3.5, Architecture, AJAX, UML, EPF, Patterns, GOF, VSTS 2008, WPF, Silverlight, SQL 2008, XAML, SPARX EA, Visio, Seam Carving, New Books, FXCop, etc.

2007

Synthesis-Based Software Architecture Design

This is a very good thesis on Synthesis-Based Software Architecture Design. I have pasted the Chapter titles and the abstract from the paper below.

Agile Development != Low Ceremony && The Movement Needs to Die

Low ceremony does not have anything to do with being agile. Agile is an enabled state that is only accomplished through experience. It can be learned, but absolutely not by doing less.

CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering

If you haven't checked out CrossTalk yet, I'd suggest you do. There are some great articles and the back issues can be downloaded.

A Framework for Software Product Line Practice, Version 5.0 is Available!!!!!

The Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon has released their Framework for Software Product Line Practice, Version 5.0.