EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





(3621) Introduction to Eclipse Process Framework: EPF Composer and OpenUP/Basic

Ricardo Balduino (IBM Rational)

· Short Tutorial

Monday, 08:00, 2 hours | Winchester

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Every software development team has different needs, characteristics, and constraints that must be addressed to successfully deliver a product. Development processes like the OpenUP/Basic, part of Eclipse Process Framework, provides proven best practices for software development. The content can be applied out-of-the-box or customized for a particular project needs. If you need to customize the content, how can you add, remove, or modify process elements to make it more effective for your team while keeping it consistent and understandable? Attend this tutorial to learn how to customize the OpenUP/Basic process using the EPF Composer tool. The tutorial teaches how to modify process content and extend the internal structure of the process that fits the specific needs of particular software development team. You will learn how to use EPF Composer features to reuse or create new content that is consistent with the unified and agile principles and practices of OpenUP/Basic, then publish the process content to make it available to software development teams to use.

Ricardo Balduino is a Senior Software Engineer at IBM Rational Software and an Eclipse Process Framework project committer, architecting and developing the content of OpenUP/Basic since its early stages. His 12 years experience in the software industry includes delivering training and consulting services to help organizations adopt software development best practices. He has also developed software for financial services and industrial process automation. He holds a B.S. in computer science from Sao Paulo State University, Brazil.

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