The sdPP Project (Software Development Project Patterns) develops a model and a software tool called sdpReuser to support research in software development best practices.
The main goal of the project is to develop a tool to help software engineers undergo the effective practices defined by most well-known international institutions such as ISO, SEI, and Project Management Institute.
The sdPP Project is developed by the SEL-UC3M Group of the University Carlos III of Madrid, and it is funded by the Spanish Government through the grant “A platform to model, reuse and measure software process management (GPSTIN-2004-0783)”.
The main participants of this project are:
- Diego Martín de Andrés
- Javier García Guzmán
- Julián Urbano
- Antonio Amescua
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