The Eclipse Process Framework – how it can address your team’s process needs

Chinh Vo (IBM)

Tools · Short Talk
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Tuesday, 14:40, 10 minutes | Room 209/210 | Download in iCal Format

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Chinh Vo

Every software development team has different needs, characteristics, and constraints that must be addressed so the project is successful and a quality product is delivered to customers. Organizations and teams are challenged by the decision of what processes they can use either out-of-the-box or customized to their needs. The Eclipse Process Framework (EPF) project provides agile processes such as OpenUP, Scrum and others for teams to adopt out-of-the-box, where the process content is easily accessible by every team member. If teams want to customize the existing software development processes, or even start creating their own in-house processes, they can do so by using the EPF Composer tool. The EPF project also provides a way for the community to participate in the evolution of the existing processes via a Wiki, where anyone can see the latest published version of the processes and provide on-the-spot feedback to the EPF team. In this talk we will introduce: • the EPF project • the EPF Composer tool for authoring and customizing process • the existing processes available for teams to use • and the ways the community can get involved with the project, such as via the EPF Wiki and others.

Chinh Vo is a Team Lead at IBM Rational in the Rational Enterprise Reporting and Rational Method Composer team. In the past 9 years with IBM Rational, he has been in many roles within product development along with working in the field mentoring and training customers on software best practices. Prior to IBM Rational, he worked with embedded devices in point of sale systems and software in the environmental industry.

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