Un modelo para mejorar el entrenamiento de diseñadores de software en pequeñas compañias (A model for improving training of software developers in small companies)

Carlos Enríquez (carlos.enriquez@upt.edu.mx)1, Pilar Gómez Gil (pgomez@acm.org)2

1Universidad Politécnica de Tulancigo, Hidalgo
2Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: May 2015
Volume: 13,   Issue: 5 
ISSN: 1548-0992

Staff training is fundamental for small software organizations; their daily management depends upon its software engineers quickly dominate state-of-the-art methodologies. In this paper, we fully explain a recently introduced model for improving the capability and maturity of training processes in software methodologies. This model, known as CAAM (acronym in Spanish for: “Training Model of Agile Environments under Moprosoft”), is particularly suited for small companies that are willing to or have been verified in level 1 of the Mexican standard NMX-1-059/02-NYCE-2005. Such standard regulates software development companies and it is based on “Moprosoft”, a capability-maturity model specially developed for Mexico. CAAM focuses on areas related to planning activities for agile development environments, communications with customers and the use of agile testing tools.

Index Terms:
CAAM, capability maturity models, training models, Scrum, Moprosoft, TDD   

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