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Managing Technical Debt -

Managing Technical Debt

Reducing Friction in Software Development

By Philippe Kruchten, Robert Nord, Robert Nord, Ipek Ozkaya

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Master Best Practices for Managing Technical Debt to Promote Software Quality and Productivity As software systems mature, earlier design or code decisions made in the context of budget or schedule constraints increasingly impede evolution and innovation. This phenomenon is called technical debt, and practical solutions exist. In Managing Technical Debt, three leading experts introduce integrated, empirically developed principles and practices that any software professional can use to gain control of technical debt in any software system. Using real-life examples, the authors explain the forms of technical debt that afflict software-intensive systems, their root causes, and their impacts. They introduce proven approaches for identifying and assessing specific sources of technical debt, limiting new debt, and "paying off" debt over time. They describe how to establish managing technical debt as a core software engineering practice in your organisation. Discover how technical debt damages manageability, quality, productivity, and morale-and what you can do about it Clarify root causes of debt, including the linked roles of business goals, source code, architecture, testing, and infrastructure Identify technical debt items, and analyse their costs so you can prioritise action Choose the right solution for each technical debt item: eliminate, reduce, or mitigate Integrate software engineering practices that minimise new debt

Product code: 9780135645932

ISBN 9780135645932
Publisher Pearson Education (US)
No. Of Pages 272
Series SEI Series in Software Engineering
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H229xW178xS15