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Managing Software Debt - Building For Inevitable Change (Paperback) (Cód: 9245825)

Sterling,Chris

Addison Wesley

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Shipping imperfect software is like going into debt. When you incur debt, the illusion of doing things faster can lead to exponential growth in the cost of maintaining software. Software debt takes five major forms: technical, quality, configuration management, design, and platform experience. In today's rush to market, software debt is inevitable. And that's okay--if you're careful about the debt you incur, and if you quickly pay it back. In 'Managing Software Debt, 'leading Agile expert Chris Sterling shows how understanding software debt can help you move products to market faster, with a realistic plan for refactoring them based on experience. Writing for all Agile software professionals, Sterling explains why you're going into software debt whether you know it or not--and why the interest on that debt can bring projects to a standstill. Next, he thoroughly explains each form of software debt, showing how to plan for it intelligently and repay it successfully. You'll learn why accepting software debt is not the same as deliberate sloppiness, and you'll learn how to use the software debt concept to systematically improve architectural agility. Coverage includes Managing tensions between speed and perfection and recognizing that you'll inevitably ship some 'not quite right' codePlanning to minimize interest payments by paying debts quicklyBuilding architectures that respond to change and help enterprises run more smoothlyIncorporating emergent architecture concepts into daily activities, using Agile collaboration and refactoring techniquesDelivering code and other software internals that reduce the friction of future changeUsing early, automated testing to move past the 'break/fix' mentalityScripting and streamlining both deployment and rollbackImplementing team configuration patterns and knowledge sharing approaches that make software debt easier to repayClearing away technical impediments in existing architecturesUsing the YAGNI ('you ain't gonna need it') approach to strip away unnecessary complexity Using this book's techniques, senior software leadership can deliver more business value; managers can organize and support development teams more effectively; and teams and team members can improve their performance throughout the development lifecycle.

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Marca Addison Wesley
Cód. Barras 9780321948618
Altura 22.86 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780321948618
Profundidade 1.78 cm
Referência 025512866
Acabamento Brochura
Ano da edição 2013
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 288
Peso 0.45 Kg
Largura 17.78 cm
AutorSterling,Chris

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