Skip to main content
summaryrefslogtreecommitdiffstats
diff options
context:
space:
mode:
Diffstat (limited to 'plugins/org.eclipse.osee.support.admin/eclipseCon/2008/Top 10 Deployment Secrets/Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know.txt')
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.osee.support.admin/eclipseCon/2008/Top 10 Deployment Secrets/Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know.txt80
1 files changed, 40 insertions, 40 deletions
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.osee.support.admin/eclipseCon/2008/Top 10 Deployment Secrets/Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know.txt b/plugins/org.eclipse.osee.support.admin/eclipseCon/2008/Top 10 Deployment Secrets/Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know.txt
index 73ed24825f..c45d93e66f 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.osee.support.admin/eclipseCon/2008/Top 10 Deployment Secrets/Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know.txt
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.osee.support.admin/eclipseCon/2008/Top 10 Deployment Secrets/Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know.txt
@@ -1,40 +1,40 @@
-Authors/Presenters: Don and Andy
-Name: Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know
-Abstract:
-
-If you are an application developer and think the hardest thing you have to do is develop the application, this talk is for you. Determining requirements, architecting, developing and testing applications all have their obstacles and pitfalls, but they're nothing compared to some of the challenges that you will have with deployment and support. This talk will focus on lessons learned from deploying OSEE to over 300 users in development of the Boeing Longbow Apache AH-64 Attack Helicopter.
-
-<a href="http://www.eclipse.org/osee">Open System Engineering Environment</a> (OSEE), is built on the OSEE Application Framework that was developed as a data-centric complement to the Eclipse platform and allows applications that extend Eclipse to go one step further and share a common data model. On this framework was built two main applications, Define, a requirements and document management solution, and the Action Tracking System, a tightly-integrated problem change request system.
-
----
-
-15. Don't deploy then leave for EclipseCon - Don't be the one left behind
-1. Eclipse update site for quick turn-around releases - It wasn't meant for sprial development
-2. Multi-layered system of FAQ, Help, Presentations and Screencasts - You're users still won't be happy
-3. Training - Screencasts, Hands On and Mentoring
-4. ATS everything, then sort it out
-5. Users Group Meeting
-6. Prioritization Meeting
-7. Release cycle 3-1-1 (3 wks of work, 1 wk of integ/test, 1 wk of test)
-8. Key Users == Happy Users
-9. Use what you develop
-10. Branching and Merging
-11. After >3 of same user reported problems, code the problem away
-12. Build the workflow into the application (process free)
-13. General purpose over specific
-14. Selling the concept/tool
-16. Non-eclipse users using and eclipse based integrated environment
-
-The Open System Engineering Environment (OSEE), an Eclipse project, is built on the OSEE Application Framework that was developed as a data-centric complement to the Eclipse platform and allows applications that extend Eclipse to go one step further and share the data model. On this framework was built two main applications, Define, a requirements and document management solution, and the Action Tracking System, a tightly-integrated problem change request system.
-
-Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know [Other]
-"Long Talk" - Don and Andy
- supporting large number of users
- User experience and usability (HCI)
- lesson about non-sw developers using an eclipse based product
- general purpose is more complicated for the user than a limited scope tool
- Escape from processes
- (build workflow into the tool)
- how do you encourage adoption of new tool
- don't deploy and then leave for EclipseCon
-
+Authors/Presenters: Don and Andy
+Name: Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know
+Abstract:
+
+If you are an application developer and think the hardest thing you have to do is develop the application, this talk is for you. Determining requirements, architecting, developing and testing applications all have their obstacles and pitfalls, but they're nothing compared to some of the challenges that you will have with deployment and support. This talk will focus on lessons learned from deploying OSEE to over 300 users in development of the Boeing Longbow Apache AH-64 Attack Helicopter.
+
+<a href="http://www.eclipse.org/osee">Open System Engineering Environment</a> (OSEE), is built on the OSEE Application Framework that was developed as a data-centric complement to the Eclipse platform and allows applications that extend Eclipse to go one step further and share a common data model. On this framework was built two main applications, Define, a requirements and document management solution, and the Action Tracking System, a tightly-integrated problem change request system.
+
+---
+
+15. Don't deploy then leave for EclipseCon - Don't be the one left behind
+1. Eclipse update site for quick turn-around releases - It wasn't meant for sprial development
+2. Multi-layered system of FAQ, Help, Presentations and Screencasts - You're users still won't be happy
+3. Training - Screencasts, Hands On and Mentoring
+4. ATS everything, then sort it out
+5. Users Group Meeting
+6. Prioritization Meeting
+7. Release cycle 3-1-1 (3 wks of work, 1 wk of integ/test, 1 wk of test)
+8. Key Users == Happy Users
+9. Use what you develop
+10. Branching and Merging
+11. After >3 of same user reported problems, code the problem away
+12. Build the workflow into the application (process free)
+13. General purpose over specific
+14. Selling the concept/tool
+16. Non-eclipse users using and eclipse based integrated environment
+
+The Open System Engineering Environment (OSEE), an Eclipse project, is built on the OSEE Application Framework that was developed as a data-centric complement to the Eclipse platform and allows applications that extend Eclipse to go one step further and share the data model. On this framework was built two main applications, Define, a requirements and document management solution, and the Action Tracking System, a tightly-integrated problem change request system.
+
+Top 10 deployment secrets they don't want you to know [Other]
+"Long Talk" - Don and Andy
+ supporting large number of users
+ User experience and usability (HCI)
+ lesson about non-sw developers using an eclipse based product
+ general purpose is more complicated for the user than a limited scope tool
+ Escape from processes
+ (build workflow into the tool)
+ how do you encourage adoption of new tool
+ don't deploy and then leave for EclipseCon
+

Back to the top