Historical perspective on the state of software process improvement

Autoren Miklós Biró
Editoren
Titel Historical perspective on the state of software process improvement
Typ Artikel
Journal Informatika
Nummer 2
Band XIV
Abteilung PQE
ISSN 1419-2527
Monat September
Jahr 2012
Seiten 14-18
SCCH ID# 1213
Abstract

CMMI and ISO/IEC 15504 (SPICE), the international standard for the assessment and improvement of software processes, provides a framework for the improvement of the organization of software development whose application became a prerequisite for a software organization to be considered as a reliable business partner already in the 1990’s. They are related in this sense to the ISO 9001 standard, they are however significantly more useable originally in the case of the software, but currently in the case of arbitrary processes as well. The paper presents an update of the change of our expectations regarding software processes and their improvement from a historical perspective following the Software Process Improvement Hype Cycle [1] introduced earlier by the author as an extension of the Gartner Hype Cycle idea.