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EPF Practices

This website lists all the practices included in EPF. It is intended to be used by a process engineer to learn about the practices in order to make decisions about which practices to include in a process configuration.

Download published Website: EPF Practices


OpenUP is a lean Unified Process that applies iterative and incremental approaches within a structured lifecycle. OpenUP embraces a pragmatic, agile philosophy that focuses on the collaborative nature of software development. It is a tools-agnostic, low-ceremony process that can be extended to address a broad variety of project types. See also OpenUP vision

Download published Website: OpenUP, OpenUP/DSDM 1.0, OpenUP Portuguese 1.0


Agile Business Rule Development is a practice to implement business application using business rule management system and rule engine technology.

Download published Website: ABRD


Scrum is an empirical Agile project management framework used to deliver increments of high value to the customer iteratively. Scrum relies on self organizing, empowered teams to deliver the product increments. It also relies on a customer, or Product Owner, to provide a team with a list of desired features using business value as the priority mechanism.

Download published Website: Scrum 1.5, Scrum Portuguese 1.5


Extreme Programming or XP is a development process that can be used by small to medium sized teams to develop high quality software within a predictable schedule and budget and with a minimum of overhead.

Download published Website: XP 0.1, XP Portuguese 0.1


Archived process content produced by the EPF project is available here

System Requirements

1. Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, 2003, 7, 8
2. SUN or IBM Java Runtime Environment 1.4.2 or later must be installed in the system.
3. Supported browsers for published Web site: Mozilla Firefox 3.6, 10.0; Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

Installation Instructions

Published Web site

    1. Delete previous installations of the published web site.
    2. Unzip the downloaded zip file.
    3. Go into the unzipped directory and launch index.html.

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