Productivity Enhancement in Software Development – Volume 1 Paperback
Productivity and Performance Measurement – Measurability and Methods of Measurement
This first part, "Productivity and performance measurement – measurability and methods of measurement", describes practical experiences with different measurements in software development: Advantages and disadvantages of proven and new methods, their automatability, the influence of complexity and the steps to introduce regular measurements.
Book series "Productivity Enhancement in Software Development":
In software development, productivity is a measure of how much functionality can be developed in a given time and in compliance with defined quality criteria. If productivity can be increased, this enhances the scope of the developed functionality and reduces the time required. Both are desirable, because software is the basis for innovation. IT has changed almost all parts of life through fundamental innovations. Our future will be dominated by virtualization and smart helpers, i.e. things equipped with intelligence. This makes software development one of the key competencies. For software development companies, productivity and time, but also quality, are already critical success factors.
Through the introduction of standards and automation, productivity in software development has been proven to increase 20 times over. When reusing business and technical components, a factor of 100 could already be measured. Such differences in performance can only be traced by measurements and the consequent use of the results as part of a management model designed for continuous optimization.
Release Date: May 2018
133 Pages, Paperback, Postal Shipping
(E-Book available in bookstores)