Updated July 26, 2005
GUMP++ is a software development process used at the University of West Florida for teaching Software Engineering and software maintenance. For background information on GUMP see: "The GUMP Process for Software Maintenance and Maintenance Education" by Norman Wilde and Scott Brown, Journal of Software Maintenance: Research and Practice, Vol. 8, pp 229-239, 1996.
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