Anti-Patterns in Open Source Software Development

In software engineering, an Anti-pattern (or Anti-pattern) is a pattern that may be commonly used but is ineffective and/or counterproductive in practice. Anti-patterns or bad practices are not novel; they are ordinary in software industry, and have been since software's inception. The foundation of anti-patterns initiated in 1980 and continued to nurture in software community in 1990s. Analysis of anti-patterns assists to identify the common faults in software projects. These are the practices performed by experienced people or project managers that provide guidance to avoid project failure. The authors feel there is a lack of empirical knowledge about anti-patterns in open source software development which direct the practitioners about bad practices that can influence the software quality.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Software Date Added: Apr 2012 Format: PDF

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