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news@sei columns written by the SEI's Watts Humphrey between June 1998 and August 2008
PSP: A Self-Improvement Process for Software Engineers presents a disciplined process for software engineers and anyone else involved in software development.
This 2005 report provides an essential element to facilitate the adoption of the TSP in organizations using CMMI, namely, a mapping of ideal TSP practices into the specific and generic practices of CMMI.
This 2003 report helps process professionals, process managers, project leaders, and organizational managers establish process improvement strategies and plans.
This book brings together Watts S. Humphrey's most influential essays and articles, sharing insights that are essential for anyone who must achieve quality results in software management.
In this guide to the Team Software Process (TSP), Watts Humphrey shows software developers how to lead teams of software engineers trained in the Personal Software Process (PSP).
This book, particularly useful for engineers and students trained in the Personal Software Process (PSP), introduces TSP and the concrete steps needed to improve software teamwork.
The software community has been slow to use data to measure software quality. This paper discusses the reasons for this problem and describes a way to use process measurements to assess product quality.
This workbook provides a hands-on introduction to the basic discipline of software engineering, as expressed in the author's well-known Personal Software Process (PSP).
This book is intended to help managers and organizations evaluate and improve their software capabilities' methods using the Personal Software Process (PSP).