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Task and team management in the Distributed Software Project Management Tool

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2 Author(s)
Hai Eric Lam ; Sch. of Comput. Sci. & Eng., New South Wales Univ., Sydney, NSW, Australia ; Maheshwari, P.

The Distributed Software Project Management Tool (DSPMtool) is an integration of tools opening the realms of software project management to users distributed across the world. The first prototype presented the core of a software repository and configuration management. The authors present DSPMtool's second prototype and introduce new concepts of task and team management to improve the quality of software projects. Pursuing a task management system, no doubt introduces the need for a self-monitoring mechanism, which DSPMtool successfully provides. Born and raised in a Visual Basic environment, the second prototype continues to adapt to this environment, incorporating the new design into the existing architecture. The DSPMtool utilises Component Object Modeling (COM) and ActiveX technologies, as well as employing object-oriented software design methodology to build the architecture for the DSPMtool second prototype

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Computer Software and Applications Conference, 2001. COMPSAC 2001. 25th Annual International

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2001