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Use of Software Engineering Practices at a Small MIS Shop

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1 Author(s)
Terry C. Snow ; United Technologies Microelectronics Center, Colorado Springs, CO 80907.

This paper describes the software engineering practices used by the MIS Department at United Technologies Microelectronics Center (UTMC). It describes the life cycle of a software change and the controls established to implement the change. Several software tools used by UTMC to develop and control software development and integration are described as well as methods used to integrate vendor software packages with in-house developed software. A computerized system for tracking and controlling users' modification requests has been developed. Software requirements for a small MIS shop are examined and compared to the requirements for large software development projects.

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IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  (Volume:SE-10 ,  Issue: 4 )