Class 5 – SDLC and Undertaking Arranging.


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Class 5 – SDLC and Venture Arranging Bunch Arranging Exercise: End-of-year gathering Advancement Techniques (SDLC) Framework Life Cycle as a succession (Fig. 3.2a, p.171) Staged Improvement Process Model (Fig. 3.6, p.178 ) Creating a Staged Venture Plan: Turning point Records
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Class 5 – SDLC & Project Planning Group Planning Exercise: End-of-year gathering Development Methodologies (SDLC) System Life Cycle as a succession (Fig. 3.2a, p.171) Phased Development Process Model (Fig. 3.6, p.178 ) Producing a Phased Project Schedule: Milestone Lists Gantt outlines Network Diagrams

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Reminders for next 8 days: Due Friday February 6 th at 4pm: Group Project #1 report to CBA 5.202 or CBA 3.416 CBA 3.416 Peer Evaluation for Group Project #1 : Go to Fri. Feb. 6 th , on Schedule page on class site Click on Peer Evaluation structure Complete assessment Click on submit Also due Friday - Select customer undertaking group on task entryway Due for Monday class – Download Group Project 2 Instructions & discover your group on Blackboard & sit with GP 2 group Friday, February 13 th : Bid for customer venture offering opens 8am group administrator must offer

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2 Development Methodologies Waterfall otherwise known as SDLC – S ystem D evelopment L ife C ycle 2. Staged improvement

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Why manufacture the framework? (Objectives, work arrangement, plausibility) A waterfall SDLC is a succession of stages Planning Stage How will the framework work? Investigation Stage Do it. Outline Stage Implementation Stage What is needed? Who will utilize it? At the point when ? Creation (otherwise known as Go Live) This model once in a while functions admirably, on the grounds that it is excessively troublesome, making it impossible to determine prerequisites totally toward the start of a task. When you are downstream in usage and acknowledge there are examination and outline issues, it is hard to swim up stream. p. 171, Fig. 3.2a

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A waterfall SDLC is an arrangement of stages Planning Stage Analysis Stage Design Stage Implementation Stage Production Never arrange a 1-pass, do-it-right-the-first-run through from-Beginning-to-End SDLC. p. 171, Fig. 3.2a

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Phased Development Figure 3.6, p. 178 Preliminary examination P An Analysis User Review Design D C Preliminary development Final development System test and establishment Why fabricate the framework? (Objectives, work arrangement, practicality) What? Who? At the point when ? How ? Make & test Cut over/convey/move to generation framework

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Phased Development Figure 3.6, p. 178 Advantage 1 Preliminary examination P An Analysis User Review Design D C Preliminary development Final development System test and establishment Cut Over: Put framework underway Each A – D – C – R circle is a stage. Staged conveyance maintains a strategic distance from the waterfall model’s issue of no a framework\'s piece being done until all of it’s done.

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A–D–C-R circle may be called an emphasis . Iterative Development Preliminary examination P An Analysis User Review Design D C Preliminary development In coordinated systems the emphasess are called sprints . Last development System test and establishment Cut Over/Deploy/Publish: Put framework underway

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Phased Development Figure 3.6, p. 178 Advantage 2 & 3 Preliminary examination P An Analysis User Review Design D C Preliminary development Final development System test and establishment Cut Over: Put framework underway 2. Clients will give better input to framework sees. 3. Designers learn best by making utilitarian parts in incremental steps.

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Phased Development Advantages 1. Staged conveyance keeps away from the waterfall model’s issue of no a framework\'s piece being done until all of it’s done. 2. Clients will give better input to framework views—so stages should be significant conveyances for clients. 3. Designers learn best by making utilitarian segments in incremental steps. 4. Stages lessen the issue of due date conduct by clients and engineers.

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Functionality Elapsed Time In Months 1 2 3 4 The waterfall SDLC and workload danger Planning Stage Analysis Stage Design Stage Implementation Stage Production The danger with the waterfall system is that the genuine work doesn’t begin until into the usage stage as the due date for creation approaches .

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MIS 374 Planning Requirement For Group Project #2 and the Client Project you must utilize 1. a Phased Development Model and 2. MS Project

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Example of Phased Planning: Library Control System MIS 374 venture - Delivery 1 report pages Illustrates utilization of Milestone Summaries (AKA stage list) * Gantt Charts * Network Diagram * Required for Group Project 2 and Client Project

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Proposed Library Control System: Major Milestone Summary Phases and Milestones Week Ending Date Phase 1: Preliminary Investigation Weeks 1-4 March 23 Phase 2: Design System Database Week 5 March 30 Phase 3: Administration Module Week 6 April 10 Phase 4: Resource Tracking/Search Module Week 6 April 10 Phase 5: Check-in/Check-out Module Week 7 April 18 Phase 6: Report Generation Module Week 7 April 18 Phase 7: On-line Help Module Week 8 April 27 Phase 8: Additional Functionality Module Week 8 April 27 Phase 9: Installation and System Testing Week 9 May 8 Phase 10: Documentation and Training Week 10 May 15 All 4 colleagues

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Gantt Chart View of MS Project

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Proposed Library Control System: Major Milestone Summary Phases and Milestones Week Ending Date Phase 1: Preliminary Investigation Weeks 1-4 March 23 Phase 2: Design System Database Week 5 March 30 Phase 3: Administration Module Week 6 April 10 Phase 4: Resource Tracking/Search Module Week 6 April 10 Phase 5: Check-in/Check-out Module Week 7 April 18 Phase 6: Report Generation Module Week 7 April 18 Phase 7: On-line Help Module Week 8 April 27 Phase 8: Additional Functionality Module Week 8 April 27 Phase 9: Installation and System Testing Week 9 May 8 Phase 10: Documentation and Training Week 10 May 15

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Gantt Chart View of MS Project

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Data incorporates the Phase Label, Task #, Length, Start & Finish, & “Resource” Names You can switch between the Gantt Chart view and Network Diagram sees in MS Project. This is a Network Diagram with the points of interest caved in so just the Phases are appeared.

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Week 7 Week 6 Week 6 Week 6 Week 8 The Network Diagram perspective shows concurrent work more plainly than the Gantt outline view.

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Download MS Project free Tutorial

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Note assignment guide w/MS Project

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