This open-access book compiles the knowledge from a seminar on productivity in software engineering, which brought together community leaders with the intention of reevaluating conventional definitions and measurements of productivity.
It covers definitions and fundamental ideas connected to productivity, recommendations for evaluating productivity in particular situations, common mistakes, theories, and unanswered productivity concerns. The numerous little chapters, each of which provides a concentrated study on one facet of productivity in software engineering, may be helpful to you.
This book will be useful to readers in a variety of professions and industries. Developers who want to increase their own productivity will discover practical methods for resolving frequent problems that impede development. The best approaches to assessing productivity will be learned from the business community and researchers by organizations considering developing internal systems for gauging the output of teams and programmers. Additionally, scholars can successfully follow new research lines by utilizing the conceptual frameworks and extensive body of literature in the book.