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    Question Unanswered: Developing, building, and testing. How do it the best? Learning from the world leader

    Developing, building, and testing. How do it the best? Learning from the world leader - Microsoft



    I'm very interested in how the developing/build/testing workflow @ Microsoft looks like. I think Microsoft as world leader in software developing business must have a very good workflow. Does anyone know how the development flow @ Microsoft looks like?

    I'm also interested in the workflow in your company perhaps the workflow in your company better then @ Microsoft? What do you think about test driven development?


    Regards,

    Gicio

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    Been reading anything about security issues lately?

    Can you say Monopoly?

    Do a google for developemnt life cycles....
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    test-driven? man, unless you have an army of very good developers who can read between the lines of each other, - you may find yourself doomed, as well as the project.

    "@ Microsoft" the concept is very simple: check for the vision out on the market, crank something similar or close to it up, get it out the door, and then throw a bunch of fixers at it with service packs as deliverables (one fixes something and breaks something else, so that the next one can fix it )

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    Check out sun's developers site:

    link

    I have found that microsoft has lagged behind sun on best practices. However, basically since the adoption of .Net, ms has been changing and adding key personnel in this area.

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    Which workflow use companies that are on the CMM levels 3, 4, 5 ???
    (http://www.sei.cmu.edu/cmm/)



    regards,


    gicio

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