Third party assessment document

Download Blank Third Party Assessment Type            :             Vendor Assessment Short Name Question / Description Answer / Value Name Enter the name TPA: Project Name Whirlpool project name requesting third party or service provider connection * TPA: Project Owner Whirlpool project owner requesting third party […]

Risk Assessment Checklist

Download link : Risk Assessment Checklist Risk Assessment Checklist Project Name   Project Code   Program Manager   Project Manager   1       Engineering Process 1.1      Requirements Item Yes No NA Remarks Stability Are the requirements stable [1] Are the external interfaces changing Completeness Are there requirements you know should be inthe specification but aren’t? (IF […]

Never use a shared database server for development work.

Like many conveniences in software development, a shared database is a tar pit waiting to fossilize a project. Developers overwrite each other’s changes. The changes I make on the server break the code on your development machine. Remote development is slow and difficult. Avoid using a shared database at all costs, as they ultimately waste […]

Software Development Process

The team’s development process defines who is doing what, when, and how. In the waterfall model, software activities proceed through a sequence of steps, with each step based on the activities of the previous step. The spiral model begins with a series of risk-driven prototypes, followed by a structured waterfall-like process. The iterative approach, a […]

Scrum Development Model – steps

Scrum Development Model Download pdf : Required Steps 1) Get your backlog in order 1. Involve stakeholders 2. Create list of product actions 3. Prioritize this list 4. Get list confirmed with product owner 5. Discuss list with team 2) As a team, estimate your Product backlog 1. Provide a high-level guess/estimate 2. Product owner reviews […]

Basic Software Development Process – Points

Basic Software Development Process: 1. Defining the requirements. 2. Approval. 3. Template designs. 4. Template approval. 5. Coding. 6. Internal release. 7. Testing. 8. Alpha release. 9. Beta release. 10. Project goes live. This is the process I follow.