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Managing Software Quality in Educational and Small Business Environments
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Poster Title: Managing Software Quality in Educational and Small Business Environments
Submitted on 09 Feb 2018
Author(s): Khaled Slhoub, Dawn MacIsaac, Murray Crease
Affiliations: University of New Brunswick (UNB)
This poster was presented at UNB Computer Science Research Expo
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Abstract: The purpose of this work is to propose a strategy for managing and applying software quality in the classroom and in small business projects, and to develop an automated tool which will assist in implementing this strategy. Nowadays, there are various types of software applications used to assist in software development processes. However, these software products are generally designed for large-scale projects and experienced software developers. They are not well-suited to accommodate the special needs of small-scale projects and students, or practitioners who are learning how to develop software.

Despite the difficulties associated with the overhead in implementing sound software development practices, a modality for incorporating aspects like software quality and iterative development into software development practices is warranted. This work proposes such a modality. The modality is targeted towards students and small-business environments in which practitioners have the same traits as students (which is often the case for small business in-house development). The two common traits which govern the modality are 1) target users are not experienced developers and 2) involvement in the software development project is not a primary activity for target users.

The modality is made up of 4 components:

1. Development Methodology: a system of highly iterative processes which integrate software quality and can be adopted in the classroom and in small business environments

2. Quality Standards: a set of logging, coding, documentation and benchmark standards which can be applied during the proposed development methodology with little time and effort

3. Quality Metrics: a set of standard measures which are easy to measure and can be used to compare process and product advancements with standards during the proposed development
methodology

4. Software Quality Resource Tool (SQRT): a semi-automated resource tool designed to assist small-scale developers attend to quality in their software products
Summary: The purpose is to propose a strategy for managing and applying software quality in the classroom and in small business projects, and to develop an automated tool which will assist in implementing this strategy.

The two common traits which must govern the modality are:
1) Target users are not experienced developers and
2) Involvement in the software development project is not a primary
activity for target users
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