Um estudo sobre processos de desenvolvimento de software para ambiente acadêmico
dos Santos, Giovanna Lorena Rodrigues
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Computerized systems are increasingly present in the daily life of modern society, with demands for software solutions for the most varied contexts and end-activities. For this reason, the development of these has become more elaborate and planned. Thinking about developing high-quality software within a specific period, within a specific budget and through a team with members who perform different functions, it is essential to use a Software Development Process. It is on an appropriate process, therefore, that depends on product quality, meeting deadlines and customer satisfaction. There is, however, no single process for all systems to be developed, since each project demands different demands. In this context, the academic environment forms more educated professionals in this area when students have access to a practical reality of software development with a SDP. In this sense, the IFRN Campus Natal-Zona Norte has an extension project called the Fábrica de Software Escola (FaSEs), which works, among other things, with the discipline of Projeto de Desenvolvimento de Sistemas para Internet of Informática para Internet course, in which students should develop a project following a SDP. Thus, the need arises for a Software Development Process adequate to the academic reality, considering its limitations and differences in relation to the industry. This work proposes the FaSEs Process, a SDP based on agile methodologies for software development and with a reduced and adaptable documentation, aiming to provide an effective experience in the learning of Software Engineering in the 4th year classes of the IFRN Campus Natal-Zona Norte in the context of the FaSEs. For the realization of the SDP, a systematic mapping was done to see in the literature what already exists about SDP in an academic environment. Later, the process was defined and implemented in the Eclipse Process Framework Composer tool and made available on the network so that it can be accessed by all, so it can also be adapted to other realities of other institutions and projects.