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EE ePortfolio. Presented by Team 3: David Schue Fred Pabon Stuart Ford Aydrian Howard Zach Bertram Zack Miller. Outline. Purpose Client’s requirements Our scope of project Process/Progress Milestones/Tasks Artifacts completed Lessons Learned What went wrong How to improve.

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Ee eportfolio

EE ePortfolio

Presented by Team 3:

David Schue

Fred Pabon

Stuart Ford

Aydrian Howard

Zach Bertram

Zack Miller


Outline

Outline

  • Purpose

    • Client’s requirements

    • Our scope of project

  • Process/Progress

    • Milestones/Tasks

    • Artifacts completed

  • Lessons Learned

    • What went wrong

    • How to improve


Project description

Project Description

  • Proposal

    • Make new version of E-portfolio

  • Organization

    • RHIT Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

  • Clients

    • Dan Moore

    • Dave Voltmer

    • Sonny Kirtley


Problem

Problem

  • Dissatisfaction of current ePortfolio

  • Needed more functionality

  • Grading system

  • Managed by students and graders


Client s requirements

Client’s Requirements

  • ECE Department

    • User friendly

    • Web-based application

    • Turn-in directory for students

    • Capability for graders to grade submitted homework

    • Kerberos username/password system

  • IAIT

    • Oracle database

    • Perl or PHP language


Previous groups progress

Previous Groups’ Progress

  • Last year’s group progress

  • Graduate student’s thesis document


Scope

Scope

  • Student/Grader web-based interaction

  • Students

    • Turn in files

    • Manage folders

  • Graders

    • View and grade homework

    • Submit grades


Grader uml

Grader UML


Student uml

Student UML


Process

Process

  • Meet with client and gather project description and requirements.

  • Obtain materials needed (development platform)

  • Develop requirements document, feasibility report, and UML descriptions

  • Planning – Project plan, configuration management plan, and test plan.


Project plan

Project Plan

  • Project plan needed to contain all milestones as well as estimated times.

  • Used Microsoft Project to generate the project plan

  • Project plan updated dynamically if certain tasks took longer than expected

  • Project Plan website


Project milestones

Project Milestones

  • Project webpage creation

  • Project plan, initial version

  • Feasibility report

  • Configuration management plan

  • Requirements document

  • Use cases document

  • Program prototype

  • Test plan

  • User interface prototype

  • Presentation


Project plan1

Project Plan


Progress

Feasibility Report

Config Mgmt Plan

Requirements Doc

UML Description

Project Plan

Website

Database Layout

Login control prototype

Test Plan

Progress

Team 3 - Project Website


Progress1

Progress

  • Development Environment

  • Delays with IAIT

  • Delays with CS department

  • Timeline of setbacks


Lessons learned

Lessons Learned

  • Well organized client simplifies design process

  • Importance of IAIT support


Lessons not learned

Lessons Not Learned

  • Much of process was completed prior to our assignment to our project

    • Use Case Models

    • Process ideas


Risk management lack of it support

Risk ManagementLack of IT Support

  • Impact ~ high

  • Probability ~ low

  • Despite our initial estimate of low probability, this event still occurred


Risk management mitigation

Risk Management & Mitigation

  • Decline project

  • Have alternate software solution

  • Have alternate project(s) to work on


Summary

Summary

  • Purpose

  • Progress

  • Process

  • Lessons learned


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