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There is more to developing software than just designing and coding There is project management, scheduling, testing, documentation, testing, maintenance, testing, and version control (Did I mention testing ) De ning strategies for these activities before beginning to build the application makes the entire application development process more ef cient and easier to manage
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The purpose of the strategies for construction ( S ) phase of the GUIDS Methodology is to help you de ne these strategies This includes coding and naming conventions, source code control, documentation, and a development plan and schedule And let s not forget a testing plan The S phase is composed of the following steps:
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De ne the development plan De ne the standards Select the construction tools/technologies De ne the development schedule
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By de ning a standard set of tools, development conventions, and strategies, a team of developers can successfully work on the application Even if it is just you, de ning these strategies gives you a good starting point for the development It allows you to develop source code that is easier to manage, maintain, and test The remainder of this section details these steps When these steps are complete, you are ready to begin the construction phase and build the application! The result of the S phase is the plan and tools you need to successfully build and deploy the application
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Planning the software development process involves de ning who develops which code, when and how it is inspected, how often it is deployed, and how it is maintained The software development process, either formally or informally, includes the following basic steps:
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Construction: Writing code This includes all construction activities including code commenting Inspection: Testing code This can include code walk-throughs, unit testing, functional testing, integration testing, load testing, and system testing Deployment: Providing the application to the users
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Maintenance: Modifying existing code In this context, maintenance includes bug xes and minor revisions Follow the GUIDS Methodology for any large revisions Ensure that the requirements for the modi cation are de ned, designed, planned, scheduled, constructed, and tested
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There are several approaches to laying out the software development plan
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The One Step at a Time approach was historically quite common It involved writing all the code, testing all the code, deploying the completed application, and then maintaining the application The upside of this approach is its clearly de ned steps The downside is the length of time from start to nish and the requirement to complete a step before moving on to the next step Often, the construction gets delayed, so to meet the schedule the inspection is cut short A shorter inspection results in increased maintenance and therefore signi cantly increased project life-cycle costs With the current need for more complex applications in a shorter amount of time, this approach is often abandoned for a more circuitous approach
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The Rinse and Repeat approach is the idea of doing each of the steps in a repetitive fashion You develop the code for a logical unit of work, and that code is inspected and optionally deployed The next logical unit of work then follows this process, and then another This approach has become quite popular, because it shows progress more quickly It allows for the application to be done in logical pieces (the units of work discussed during the design) By giving (or at least showing) parts to the users early in the process, you can catch missing features or incorrect assumptions earlier in the process This is also an excellent opportunity to get the bug counts down to a reasonable level, thus preventing the bugs from delaying the nal release The project manager can provide additional motivation to the programmers by requiring that each programmer s critical bug count be zero before the programmer can move on to the next task
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