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1 Jon Grommes Feature Driven Development

2 Overview What is Feature Driven Development History of FDD Defining a Feature FDD Roles FDD Reporting FDD Process FDD Quality

3 What is Feature Driven Development(FDD) Feature Driven Development is a iterative and incremental software development process FDD is a software process that was created to deliver frequent, working deployable code repeatedly to the customer. FDD is considered a straight forward approach to developing software systems that is broken down into five processes. FDD builds the correct system

4 The FDD Process 1. Develop an Overall Model 2. Build a Feature List 3. Plan by Feature 4. Design by Feature 5. Build by Feature

5 What is Feature Driven Development Iterative development process (modified for FDD)

6 History of FDD First created by Jeff De Luca for a 50 person 15 month project Luca used the process again, with 250 people 18 month project. FDD is heavily influenced by Peter Coad and his idea of using a feature list to manage requirements Documented in 1999, by when Luca and Coad and Eric Lefebvre wrote a book which was entitled “Java Modeling in Color with UML.”

7 Defining a Feature A feature is a “customer-valued function that can be implemented in two weeks or less,” according to COA99.(Coad and colleagues) Features are suppose to be small enough so that the customer can describe them exactly. Should be small enough to implement in one to three days. But if the feature is estimated to take more than ten days to implement then it should be broken down into smaller features.

8 Naming a Feature COA99 created a template for defining a feature the a(n) Examples Calculate the total of a Sale Add a student to the class list

9 Grouping Features A feature set is a grouping of business related features. a(n) Example :Making a product Sale A major feature set is groups of feature sets management Example: Product Sales Management

10 FDD Roles Project Manager ○ Responsible for progress reports, budget management, and maintains resources Chief Architect ○ Responsible for the creation of the overall design of the system Chief Programmers ○ Responsible for managing programming teams, helping with design of the system

11 FDD Roles Development Managers ○ Responsible for day-to-day activities Class Owners ○ Responsible for creating and testing classes Domain Experts ○ Usually the customer, help the class owners build the correct system

12 Class Owners Class give to individual developers or two people Class owner responsible that happen in their class Opposite Collective Ownership Any developer can change any line of code

13 Class Owner Advantages Sole person is responsible for the class Expert on every class Can make changes faster on a class Owner has something to take pride in Bring consistency to a class Disadvantages Possible long waits times to edit other classes Risk of Lack of knowledge about the class

14 FDD Reporting Parking Lot Report

15 FDD Reporting Parking Lot Report

16 Milestone chart Domain Walkthrough DesignDesign Inspection CodeCode Inspection Promote to Build 1%40%3%45%10%1%

17 The FDD Process 1. Develop an Overall Model 2. Build a Feature List 3. Plan by Feature 4. Design by Feature 5. Build by Feature

18 The FDD Process Upfront Design Activities Develop an Overall Model Build a Features List Plan by Feature Create systems by Features Design by Feature Build by Feature

19 The FDD Process

20 1. Develop an Overall Model Create overall object model Domain walk through Manage scope Form Modeling Team Informal Feature List Model Only major class and important functions State relationships between major classes Sequence Diagram Displaying complex functional requirements Review Notes

21 2. Build a Feature List Features List Feature List Team Prioritize the Features For features: the a(n) For features sets: management For major feature sets: a(n). Review

22 3. Plan by Feature Create Project Milestones Form the Planning team Setting Initial Dates Assigning Class Owners Review

23 4. Design by Feature Feature Teams Class Owners Domain Walkthrough(optional) Study Notes(optional) Develop sequence diagrams Refine Object Model Review

24 5. Build by Feature Implement Classes and Methods Code Inspection Promote to Build

25 FDD Process

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27 FDD Quality Inspections Design Code Benefits Knowledge transfer Standards Conformance Unit Tests

28 Summary Feature Driven Development is a iterative and incremental software development process FDD is a software process that was created to deliver frequent, working deployable code repeatedly to the customer. Overall FDD has a lot of good aspects to it that will allow it to be used a lot in the futrue.

29 References [1] Stephen Palmer, John Felsing. (2002). A Practical Guide to Feature Driven Development. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall. [2] Pressman, R. (2005). Software Engineering A Practitioner's Approach. Crawfordsville: McGraw-Hill. [3] Unkown. (2007, 6 17). Feature Driven Development. Retrieved 3 25, 2011, from SCMWise: [4] Palmer, S. (2009, 11 20). An Introduction to Feature-Driven Development. Retrieved 3 25, 2011, from AgileZone: driven [5] Bauer, M. (2004, 5 27). FDD and Project Managment. Retrieved 3 27, 2011, from martinbauer: [6] Cause, G. (n.d.). Delivering Real Business Value using FDD. Retrieved 3 26, 2011, from methodsandtools:

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