Showing 1 - 10 of 17 results for Publish Year - 2010 Software Product Lines
This report synthesizes presentations and discussions from a 2010 workshop to discuss product line practices and operational accomplishments.
Three diagnostic tools for understanding an organization's readiness for and initial approach to software product lines
The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute product line practice initiative helps organizations and executives realize the benefits of software product lines practice.
The SEI Product Line Practice (PLP) Initiative works to make software product line development and acquisition a low-risk, high-return proposition.
Enhance your skills in software product line adoption and learn how to employ the proven strategies and techniques that make software product lines successful.
This report highlights the mutual benefits of combining systematic reuse approaches from product line development with flexible approaches for implementing business processes in a service oriented architecture.
Some basics of software product line practice, the challenges that make product line acquisition unique, and three basic acquisition strategies are all part of this white paper.
Linda Northrop describes the basic concepts of software product lines, summarizing the software engineering and management practices needed for a product line approach.
This article reprint introduces the Concept Lab, a vehicle for encouraging the development of engineering prototypes that further understanding of new system capabilities and help explain these capabilities to stakeholders.
In this 2010 webinar, Bob Ellison examines the software side pf supply chain and provides examples to help acquirers manage supply chains.