See Also: Recommended Approach To Publishing
This guide is a “spin-off” of NeoBASIC’s Recommended Approach To publication Development and suggests a number of ways to improve the publication development process.
Quoted from NASA’s Software Process Improvement Guide:
Basically, improving publication development requires asking 14 questions:
Building upon what we know from NeoBASIC’s Recommended Approach To publication Development, the publication’s Development Plan is where all of the publication’s coding occurs. In this phase of development, the above issues could be addressed while defining the:
If you merge these two issues, you’ll come up with a nifty publication improvement process addressing the:
After analyzing and (hopefully) coming up with some solutions to these issues, you’ll have one more very important question to ask. This question should be addressed to each individual solution: How can my solution be used over and over again on new development projects?
In the beginning, when you start this “improvement” process, you’ll probably notice that the “process of creating a process” slows you down and doesn’t seem to be much of an improvement at all. However, as you create a solution for each issue and mold the solution in such a way that it can be re-used on future publications, later development will subsequently become faster and easier as long as your solutions are incorporated into the projects.
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