A Guide to Software Configuration Management

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Artech House, Jan 1, 2000 - Computers - 382 pages
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Take control of the software development process with this bestselling book, a comprehensive explanation of Software Configuration Management (SCM). It provides everything you need to know -- from the basic definition of SCM as a scientific tool that brings control to the development process, to the procedures for SCM implementation in your organization. You review each phase in the software development lifecycle, and learn how SCM can help you avoid pitfalls at every step.

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I expected a more technical overview on SCM that could help me decide which components are worthwhile to implement and which would prove to cumbersome for a given project. In a very large project in a ... Read full review

Contents

A brief history of SCM
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Importance of SCM
9
Software development life cycle models
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Alexis Leon received his B.Tech and M.Tech. in Industrial Engineering from the Government College of Engineering Trivandrum, University of Kerala, India. Mr. Leon is managing director of L & L Consultancy Services, providing software development consulting in India. He is a member of the Computer Society of India, the Indian Institute of Industrial Engineering, and the National Institute of Quality and Reliability. He is the author of more than 20 books on various computer topics.

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