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Good coding practices can be achieved either through enforced standards or through more light-handed approaches. Configuration management, when properly applied, makes programmers jobs easier. This especially includes change control. Good software estimation is a significant challenge. Keys to success are using multiple approaches, tightening down your estimates as you work your way into the project, and making use of data to create the estimates. Measurement is a key to successful construction management. You can find ways to measure any aspect of a project that are better than not measuring it at all. Accurate measurement is a key to accurate scheduling, to quality control, and to improving your development process.
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Contents 29.1 Importance of the Integration Approach
29.2 Integration Frequency Phased or Incremental 29.3 Incremental Integration Strategies 29.4 Daily Build and Smoke Test
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Debugging: 23 Managing construction: 28 THE TERM INTEGRATION REFERS TO the software-development activity in which you combine separate software components into a single system. On small projects, integration might consist of a morning spent hooking a handful of classes together. On large projects, it might consist of weeks or months of hooking sets of programs together. Regardless of the size of the task, common principles apply. The topic of integration is intertwined with the topic of construction sequence. The order in which you build classes or components affects the order in which you can integrate them you can t integrate something that hasn t been built yet. Both integration and construction sequence are important topics. This chapter addresses both topics from the integration point of view.
29.1 Importance of the Integration Approach
In engineering fields other than software, the importance of proper integration is well known. The Pacific Northwest, where I live, saw a dramatic illustration of the hazards of poor integration when the football stadium at the University of Washington collapsed partway through construction.
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Figure 29-1 The football stadium add-on at the University of Washington collapsed because it wasn t strong enough to support itself during construction. It likely would have been strong enough when completed, but it was constructed in the wrong order an integration error.
The structure wasn t strong enough to support itself as it was being built. It doesn t matter that it would have been strong enough by the time it was done; it needed to be strong enough at each step. If you construct and integrate software in the wrong order, it s harder to code, harder to test, and harder to debug. If none of it will work until all of it works, it can seem as though it will never be finished. It too can collapse under its own weight during construction the bug count might seem insurmountable, progress might be invisible, or the complexity might be overwhelming even though the finished product would have worked. Because it s done after a developer has finished developer testing and in conjunction with system testing, integration is sometimes thought of as a testing activity. It s complex enough, however, that it should be viewed as an independent activity. Here are some of the benefits you can expect from careful integration: Easier defect diagnosis Fewer defects Less scaffolding
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Shorter time to first working product Shorter overall development schedules Better customer relations Improved morale Improved chance of project completion More reliable schedule estimates More accurate status reporting Improved code quality Less documentation
These might seem like elevated claims for system testing s forgotten cousin, but the fact that it s overlooked in spite of its importance is precisely the reason integration has its own chapter in this book.
29.2 Integration Frequency Phased or Incremental
Programs are integrated by means of either the phased or the incremental approach.
Phased Integration
Until a few years ago, phased integration was the norm. It follows these welldefined steps: 1. Design, code, test, and debug each class. This step is called unit development. 2. Combine the classes into one whopping-big system. This is called system integration. 3. Test and debug the whole system. This is called system dis-integration. (Thanks to Meilir Page-Jones for this witty observation.)
Man y integration problems arise from using global data. For techniques on working with global data safely, see Section 13.3, Global Data.
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