Developing software is fairly addictive: you start with a blank file, and at the end you have something that at the end is (probably) useful at the very least, and possibly brilliant at the other extreme.
Teamwork can be likened to two compounds, almost essential to modern life. It’s the glue which keeps a team together, a bond which promotes strength, unity, reliability and support. The office that I work in is open plan with various sections of the IT department spread across 3 floors. This has brought a strong feeling … Continue reading Teamwork where ‘we’ work
Intro into Prince 2 PRINCE2® (Projects in a Controlled Environment) is a structured project management method that can be applied regardless of project scale, type, organisation, geography or culture. It is one of the most widely accepted methods for managing projects worldwide. Overview of processes and how they map to generic SDLC Starting up a … Continue reading What is Prince 2?
As I mention in my previously, my workplace operates generally using the waterfall method, in this post I will give a more detailed description of what each role entails within the software development lifecycle here. Roles Sponsor – Sponsors for the project and business case. The project executive. Duties include but are not limited to; Ensuring … Continue reading SDLC Roles and Responsibilities
The main stages of systems development The systems development life cycle is a framework describing a process for understanding, planning, building, testing and deploying an information system. Generally, the main stages consist of; Feasibility Study Requirements Engineering Design Development (Programming) Testing Implementation System development can either follow a linear or evolutionary approach. Within the two approaches … Continue reading Software Development Lifecycles