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Updated 8 Nov 1998
The Team Software Process
Thursday, October 15, 1998
The 46-slide PowerPoint presentation from the meeting is available
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The Team Software ProcessSM (TSPSM) has been designed to help engineering teams more effectively develop software intensive products. TSP has been used with pure software teams and with mixed teams of hardware and software engineers. TSP has also been used for both new development and enhancement and with commercial and embedded real-time systems. The languages used have included Java, C, Jovial, C++, and special fourth generation languages (4GLs). TSP can be used with teams of from 2 to 20 engineers developing or enhancing software-intensive systems. Its objective is to assist the engineers in producing quality products on their planned schedules and within their estimated costs. This presentation will provide an overview of the objectives of TSP, the teamworking problem, and the logic behind the TSP process. The relationships among the TSPSM, the PSPSM, and the CMM* will also be discussed.
SM Team Software Process, TSP, and PSP are service marks of Carnegie Mellon University.
* CMM is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Jim Over, Software Engineering InstituteBack to C-SPIN HomepageJames Over is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). Since joining the SEI in 1987 as a Member of the Technical Staff, Mr. Over has worked in several technical areas within the SEI Software Process Program including: Personal Software Process, Software Process Definition, and Software Process Modeling. His interests include software engineering, software process, and quality management. Mr. Over is the co-author of several SEI publications on software process definition and improvement. Before joining the SEI, Mr. Over was director of information systems for Pulitzer Publications, Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Over has more than 20 years of technical and management experience in software engineering. Mr. Over attended Northern Illinois University.