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Agile/ICONIX use case driven process via the EPF [message #34141] Fri, 29 June 2007 16:35
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Originally posted by: matt.softwarereality.com

The ICONIX Process answers the question: "How do I get reliably from use
cases to maintainable source code and unit tests?" It's a minimalist yet
rigorous approach that uses a UML core subset and reliably avoids
analysis paralysis.

Thanks to Chuck Suscheck (an ICONIX instructor and assistant professor
of Computer Information Systems at Colorado State University), the
ICONIX Process is now also available as an EPF rendering. (Download
details below).

The process has been in widespread use in industry for more than a
decade, and is defined in several books, most recently Use Case Driven
Object Modeling with UML – Theory and Practice (Apress 2007), by Doug
Rosenberg and Matt Stephens. In the Theory/Practice book, we define the
process in a set of activity diagrams, and provide additional guidance
on topics such as use case modeling, domain modeling, and sequence
diagramming in the form of Top-10 “to-do” lists. The EPF contains a
roadmap of the ICONIX process with drill-down activities and the same
Top-10 “to-do” lists that appear in the book.

The Agile/ICONIX-EPF implementation is located on the ICONIX website as
a zip file, and can be downloaded from www.iconixsw.com/ICONIX_EPF.zip


More info:

www.iconixsw.com/EPFICONIXProcessRoadmap.html
www.eclipseplugincentral.com/Web_Links-index-req-viewlink-ci d-1007.html
www.softwarereality.com/UseCaseDriven.jsp
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