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Managing Software Re-Use
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Managing Software Re-Use (Hardback)

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For IS (Information Systems) managers and engineers and anyone in the governmental and commercial sectors responsible for software productivity and quality and project planning and budgeting.

The active reuse of software is one of the most promising avenues for a dramatic increase in software productivity. This handbook offers a managerial approach to software reuse -- its advantages and disadvantages, cost-justification, current reuse efforts, and strategies to implement and deploy reuse in a corporate environment. Shows how to perform a detailed cost/benefit analysis to determine whether software reuse is economically appropriate for an organization; apply a proven reuse implementation strategy complete with tools (classification scheme and software workproducts library), training tactics, and standards; follow guidelines for incorporating reuse in each stage of the traditional software development life cycle; and tackle tough managerial challenges such as labor issues, productivity measurement, organizational structure, motivation/incentives for engineers, and legal implications of software reuse.

Computing & ITComputer programming / software developmentSoftware Engineering Publisher: Pearson Education (US) Publication Date: 29/06/1998 ISBN-13: 9780135523735  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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WAYNE C. LIM is a founder and managing director of the Lombard Hill Group, a consulting firm that enables organizations to systematically institutionalize reuse practices. He helped start and manage Corporate Reuse Programs at Hewlett-Packard and Ford Aerospace. Mr. Lim is the recipient of the 1994 Best Article Award from IEEE Software for his research in reuse. He completed his MBA at Harvard University and graduate engineering coursework at Stanford University. He may be contacted via http: //www.lombardhill.com or Wayne_Lim@post.harvard.edu.

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