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Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:54
"TSRI Offers Linux Open Design 2.6"
Kirkland, WA. (June 10, 2005) – The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI) announces web publication of the most comprehensive and detailed design documentation ever available for the Linux Operating System. Linux Open Design 2.6 is a richly hyper-linked graphic and textual blueprint for the entire Linux Kernel, Security, Memory Management, File System, Cryptography, Initialization, Drivers, and Architecture and Inter-Process Communications (IPC) Subsystems. Accessible from any web browser, TSRI's detailed model for the entire Linux distribution is now at your fingertips.
Linux Open Design 2.6 supports multiple software engineering techniques and methodologies, including: Design-By-Contract (DBC), Model Driven Architecture (MDA), the OMG Architecture Driven Modernization (ADM), the Rational Unified Process (RUP), Extreme Programming (XP) as well as traditional Structured Analysis and Design. See below:
Philip Newcomb, TSRI's Founder and Chief Executive Officer said, "We applied our award winning JANUS Studio® to automatically capture and publish the detailed design for the entire Linux operating system. We selected a sufficiently challenging demonstration vehicle to highlight the scalability and benefits of using web-based services for software knowledge discovery for very large software systems. Because we are committed to open standards, we made Linux Open Design 2.6 available to the Linux community as a publicly accessible web service."
Currently in Beta form, the Linux 2.6 documentation is available now free-of-charge at the following TSRI web site: http://www.tsri.com/blueprints/.
For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax: (425) 284-2785
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