Management of the Object-Oriented Development Process consists of a series of high-level discussions on technical and managerial issues related to object-oriented development. This book introduces object-oriented development techniques, including modeling languages, programming languages, reusable patterns and software development processes. It discusses the ongoing trends of object-oriented development, including emerging e-business development frameworks, executable UML and requirements engineering. There is also a focus on managerial issues such as project management and software evaluation, and how to manage the paradigm shift from structured to object-oriented development. Management of the Object-Oriented Development Process offers systems developers, project managers, information systems students and researchers technical skills as well as strategic insights on how to manage software projects, deploy object-oriented software development processes, understand the current trends and make the transition from structured to object-oriented techniques.
Dr. Liu is an expert in information systems and has a strong publication record. He has extensive experience with the Oracle ERP software package. Dr. Roussev is an Associate Professor of CIS at the University of the Virgin Islands. His diverse background includes teaching and research experience in Europe, South Africa, and the US. Boris Roussev's interests are in the areas of object-oriented and economic-driven software development, requirements engineering and project management.
Object-Oriented Modeling in UML2; MDA with xUML: Model Construction and Process Management; Management Planning in a Changing Development Environment; MDA Design Space and Project Planning; Agile Outsourcing Projects: Structure and Management; User Requirements Validation and Architecture Discovery through Use Case Invariants and Model Animation; RUP and eXtreme Programming: Complementing Processes; Managing Complexity with MDSD; Agile RUP: Taming the Rational[trademark] Unified Process; Planning and Managing the Human Factors for the Adoption and Diffusion of Object Oriented Software Development Processes; Web Services in Service Oriented Architectures; Model-Based Development: Meta-Modelling, Transformation and Verification; Agile Project Controlling and Effort Estimation; Improving Object-Oriented Design Process Using Rules, Patterns, and Refactoring; The BORM Method: A Third Generation Object-Oriented Methodology