Making the Transition to Component-Based Enterprise Software Development Overcoming the Obstacles - Patterns for Success
Sept. 22, 1999 to Sept. 25, 1999
Martin Griss , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Gilda Pour , California State University at San Jose
John Favaro , Intecs Sistemi
This workshop addresses the critical success factors facing practitioners engaged in component-based enterprise software development (CBESD). Component-based software development is based on the concept of developing software systems by selecting previously developed or purchased reusable software components and assembling them within appropriate software architectures. Workshop participants will describe their experiences (successful or otherwise) in establishing CBESD programs, and will work together to captures the leanings in the form of "CBESD adoption patterns," detailing process, organizational, management and technical guidelines for success.
CBESD; reuse; critical success factors; adoption; architecture; process; organizations; management;workshop
Martin Griss, Gilda Pour, John Favaro, "Making the Transition to Component-Based Enterprise Software Development Overcoming the Obstacles - Patterns for Success", TOOLS, 1999, Proceedings Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems. TOOLS 31, Proceedings Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems. TOOLS 31 1999, pp. 527, doi:10.1109/TOOLS.1999.10065