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Augmenting IDEs with Runtime Information for Software Maintenance By David Röthlisberger
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In this dissertation we address the question how to augment IDEs with dynamic information to better navigate scattered code while at the same time not overwhelming developers with even more... More > information in the IDE views. We claim that by first reducing the amount of information developers have to deal with, we are subsequently able to embed dynamic information in the familiar source perspectives of IDEs to better comprehend and navigate large software spaces. We propose means to reduce or mitigate the information by highlighting relevant source elements, by explicitly representing working context, and by automatically housekeeping the workspace in the IDE. We then improve navigation of scattered code by explicitly representing dynamic collaboration and software features in the static source perspectives of IDEs. We validate our claim by conducting empirical experiments with developers or by analyzing recorded development sessions.< Less
Augmenting IDEs with Runtime Information for Software Maintenance By David Röthlisberger
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In this dissertation we address the question how to augment IDEs with dynamic information to better navigate scattered code while at the same time not overwhelming developers with even more... More > information in the IDE views. We claim that by first reducing the amount of information developers have to deal with, we are subsequently able to embed dynamic information in the familiar source perspectives of IDEs to better comprehend and navigate large software spaces. We propose means to reduce or mitigate the information by highlighting relevant source elements, by explicitly representing working context, and by automatically housekeeping the workspace in the IDE. We then improve navigation of scattered code by explicitly representing dynamic collaboration and software features in the static source perspectives of IDEs. We validate our claim by conducting empirical experiments with developers or by analyzing recorded development sessions.< Less
REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPUTERS By Carlos Gonzalez
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With this book you will learn step by step how to solve the problems of your computer. The purpose of the book is to enable you to be your own technician and in the process save you a few dollars and... More > even set up your own technical support business.< Less
Basic System Maintenance By Andrew Harris
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This booklet covers much of the material one would need to know to do basic maintenance on their Microsoft Windows 7 system. This is a booklet that I made while I was going to school at Westwood... More > College, and I decided to publish it because I felt like I had done a very good job on it. I am selling it to raise funds to help complete some open source software projects that I have not had the funds to hire any help to finish.< Less
Software Engineering Best Practices By Chinmoy Mukherjee
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Any software projects can be divided into following phrases: Requirement, “Design & Development”, “Unit Testing”, “Integration Testing” and “Support... More > & Maintenance”. Due to highly complex nature of real life software projects, various set of software engineering tools are developed/purchased to facilitate understanding the requirements better, estimate more accurately, design software with good clarity, catch as many bugs as possible in “Unit Testing” phrase, catch all functional bugs in “Integration testing & Deployment” phrase, automate routine project support activities, etc. We drive into each of the software project phrases and discuss relevant tools for the phrase, we suggest step by step guide on how to build in house “software engineering” tools, as well as evaluate various “Commercial off-the-shelf”(COTS) software tools and provide recommendations based on their usability, effectiveness, cost, etc.< Less
Software Licensing Handbook, Second Edition By Jeffrey Gordon
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The Software Licensing Handbook leads you through the twists and turns of the language found in almost all software, maintenance and professional services contracts. Plain English explanations of... More > standard contract wording enables anyone to understand what you are reading, regardless of whether you are buying OR selling software. Additionally, sections on negotiation and contract management enable you to fully understand, appreciate and if necessary, implement a complete contracting process.< Less
Software Licensing Handbook: Second Edition By Jeffrey I. Gordon
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The Software Licensing Handbook leads you through the twists and turns of the language found in almost all software, maintenance and professional services contracts. Plain English explanations of... More > standard contract wording enables anyone to understand what you are reading, regardless of whether you are buying OR selling software. Additionally, sections on negotiation and contract management enable you to fully understand, appreciate and if necessary, implement a complete contracting process.< Less
A Discussion about the Technical Challenges of Maintaining Existing Software Systems vs. Developing New Software By Farrukh Khan
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Working with legacy code for software systems presents added difficulties and challenges for programmers because often legacy code was not written to support automated testing and it is likely that... More > the codebase has deteriorated with changes and modifications over time. Thus, not only is maintaining existing systems demanding, challenging and costly, but maintenance efforts can fail to satisfy users and result in further deterioration of codebase. Software redesign has the capacity for presenting real improvements and a redesign is cheaper when compared to cumulative maintenance efforts undertaken over the years. However, it is also important to understand that new software will start aging soon after completion and this means that ongoing maintenance is required. This essay presents a discussion about the technical challenges involved with maintaining software compared to the challenges involved with the design of new software.< Less
A Discussion about the Technical Challenges of Maintaining Existing Software Systems vs. Developing New Software By Farrukh Khan
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Working with legacy code for software systems presents added difficulties and challenges for programmers because often legacy code was not written to support automated testing and it is likely that... More > the codebase has deteriorated with changes and modifications over time. Thus, not only is maintaining existing systems demanding, challenging and costly, but maintenance efforts can fail to satisfy users and result in further deterioration of codebase. Software redesign has the capacity for presenting real improvements and a redesign is cheaper when compared to cumulative maintenance efforts undertaken over the years. However, it is also important to understand that new software will start aging soon after completion and this means that ongoing maintenance is required. This essay presents a discussion about the technical challenges involved with maintaining software compared to the challenges involved with the design of new software.< Less
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