Going on-line on a shoestring: An experiment in concurrent development of requirements and architecture

Haley, Charles and Nuseibeh, Bashar (2003). Going on-line on a shoestring: An experiment in concurrent development of requirements and architecture. In: International Conference on Advances in Infrastructure for Electronic Business, Education, Science, Medicine, and Mobile Technologies on the Internet, 6-12 Jan 2003, L'Aquila Italy.

URL: http://charles.the-haleys.org/papers/SSGRRw03.pdf

Abstract

A number of on-line applications were built for a small university using a micro-sized development team. Four ideas were tested during the project: the Twin Peaks development model, using fully functional prototypes in the requirements elicitation process, some core practices of Extreme Programming, and the use of open-source software in a production environment. Certain project management techniques and their application to a micro-sized development effort were also explored. These ideas and techniques proved effective in developing many significant Internet and networked applications in a short time and at very low cost.

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