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Agility and Discipline Made Easy: Practices from OpenUP and RUP by Bruce MacIsaac, Per Kroll

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Appendix A. The Eclipse Process Framework (EPF)

Why EPF?

The software industry abounds with expert knowledge of how to develop software effectively. That knowledge may be centered on (1) technologies, such as J2EE, .NET, or various tool environments; (2) various specialty domains, such as how to build secure software, how to best leverage service-oriented architectures, or how to do distributed development; and (3) various industry-specific bodies of knowledge, such as how to deal with straight-through processing in the financial world, or how to build embedded systems for the auto industry.

The sources for all of these great ideas and knowledge include companies doing software development; the agile community; Software Process Improvement Networks ...

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