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T-76.4115 & 5115 Software Development Project I & II Quality Award and Course Closing Ceremony. 11.3.2008. Agenda. 16:15 Opening ( Prof. Tomi Männistö/SoberIT ) 16:20 Summary of the projects ( Jari Vanhanen/SoberIT) 16:40 BSRE in Zurich ( Jyrki Koskinen/IBM)

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T 76 4115 5115 software development project i ii quality award and course closing ceremony

T-76.4115 & 5115 Software Development Project I & IIQuality Award and Course Closing Ceremony

11.3.2008


Agenda

Agenda

  • 16:15 Opening (Prof. Tomi Männistö/SoberIT)

  • 16:20 Summary of the projects (Jari Vanhanen/SoberIT)

  • 16:40 BSRE in Zurich (Jyrki Koskinen/IBM)

  • 16:45 Demos of the quality award candidates

    • braZil

    • Software Trickery

    • Team Maranello

  • 17:45 Quality award (V. Luomala & H. Seiro & H. Hohteri/Accenture)

  • 18:00 – 19:45 Dinner


Educational goals now you should

Educational goals – Now you should …

  • understand the challenges involved in commercial sw development

    • it is not just coding …

  • be able to select good practices and tools for your future projects

    • and avoid some unsuitable ones …

  • have learned many generally useful things

    • management skills, social skills, presentation skills, writing skills

    • networking, business thinking, general project work, internationalization


Good practices according to the teams

Good practices according to the teams

  • Iterative development

    • even more than 3 iterations

  • Co-located team

    • much more efficient than distributed work/working alone

  • Weekly Scrum meetings

  • Reflection workshops for process improvement

  • CruiseControl for continuous integration


Problems in projects

Problems in projects

  • Lack of good task and time tracking tools

    • Google Docs and Trac were quite good solutions

  • Too much documentation

    • educational goals

      • project plan, requirements, test cases & ET charters

      • quality and project status

      • reflection (final report)

    • lighter ways of communication

      • mind maps?

      • slide shows/presentations?

  • Busy/unmotivated team members


Course feedback

Course feedback

76.4115: 6 cr (160h)->project 150h + team/topic setup 10h

  • Too much work per credit point

    • not all hours are reported?

    • difficulties in managing scope and customer’s expectations?

    • constant stress from the project cannot be measured using hours

  • Very useful course

  • Duration of the course

    • “too long, it should be 2 periods”

    • “too short, it should be 4 periods”

  • Very committed and helpful customers

  • Similar grading by different customers?

76.5158 SEPA: 2cr (53h)->15h SEPA + 25h project work


Evaluation final course grade

Evaluation – Final course grade

  • Total points = PP + I1 + I2 + EES + RESULTS + individual points


Evaluation project s results

Customer

compares to the original/updated project goals

some compensation if the customer caused problems to the project

Mentor

compares to typical projects on this course

difficulty of the project +/- a few points

Evaluation – Project’s results


Final points

Final points

  • Individual points (max +/- 5p) affect the grades within groups


Last practical arrangements

Last practical arrangements

  • Course feedback form

    • link in course newsgroup & in the course schedule

    • deadline 16.3. 23:59

  • T-76.5158 SEPAs

    • boomerangs must be returned by 30.3.

  • Accounts in A218, Bugzilla and Wiki will be closed in April

    • copy your data elsewhere and delete your files in A218


Mentoriksi ensi lukuvuonna

Työ on

mielenkiintoista

opettavaista

palkitsevaa

Työmäärä ~70-100t (2-3 ryhmää)

lokakuu-helmikuu

työhön tutustuminen

mentor-palaverit

iteraatiodemot

muu ohjaus ja seuranta

arvostelut ja arvostelupalaverit

Mentoriksi ensi lukuvuonna?


Thank you

Thank you!

  • Students

  • Customers

    • including those who did not even get a group… 

  • Mentors

  • All involved teachers from SoberIT

  • SoberIT computer administrators

  • Accenture


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