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Expectations for the Week & the Software Development Lifecycle. JAMS Workshop Makerere University September 2010. Agenda. Intro & Workshop Schedule Who We Are Software Development Lifecycle Team Roles Overall Lifecycle Tools & Processes. Schedule v1. Schedule v2. Workshop Materials.

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Expectations for the week the software development lifecycle

Expectations for the Week & the Software Development Lifecycle

JAMS Workshop

Makerere University

September 2010


Agenda

Agenda

  • Intro & Workshop Schedule

  • Who We Are

  • Software Development Lifecycle

    • Team Roles

    • Overall Lifecycle

    • Tools & Processes


Schedule v1

Schedule v1


Schedule v2

Schedule v2


Workshop materials

Workshop Materials

  • All materials we use for the workshop are available at http://lawolf.net/jams

    • PowerPoint slides

    • Templates (test plan, functional spec, team presentation)

    • Attendee packet (schedule, project description & evaluation criteria, sample functional spec, sample test plan)

  • All assignments may be submitted via …


Who we are

Who We Are

Kenny Wolf

Lauren Lavoie

Program Manager @ Microsoft

4 years on Exchange

3 years on Windows Presentation Foundation

Likes yoga & photography

  • Software Architect @ Microsoft

  • 8 years on .NET Framework

  • 5 years on Mac Office

  • Plays drums & juggles

  • Finishing a year-long sabbatical volunteering on tech projects in Asia and Africa

  • Spent the summer volunteering for Grameen Foundation in Kampala, on the Community Knowledge Worker project


Goals for the week

Goals for the Week

  • Provide insight into how software engineering works in industry

  • Hands-on experience with practical elements of software engineering

    • Functional specifications

    • Software testing

    • Coding as a team

  • Have fun


Software development roles

Software Development Roles


Software development lifecycle

Software Development Lifecycle


Software as a team

Software as a Team

  • More people can get more done but…

    • Can introduce extra dependencies

    • Require more communication overhead

    • Can duplicate each other’s work

    • Can build incompatible pieces

  • Certain tools and techniques can help

    • Source control

    • Bug database

    • Scheduling tool

    • Document repository

    • Project management


Source control

Source Control

A source control system manages changes to text and binary files. Changes are identified by a "revision number“, and associated with a timestamp and the person making the change. Revisions can be compared, restored, and with some types of files, merged.

  • Critical for code stability and maintenance

  • Allows developers to collaborate

  • If necessary, allows the system to “rollback” to an earlier date

  • Verbs: Edit, Sync, Submit

Source Control System

Submit CalculateScore()

Merge CalculateScore()

Submit CalculateScore()

"Sync" (i.e. get updates)


Bug database

Bug Database

Bug Database


Document repository

Document Repository


Coming attractions

Coming Attractions

Session 6: Project Management

Session 2: Writing a Functional Spec

Session 4: Coding Guidelines & Object-Oriented Design

Session 3: Software Testing & Test-Driven Development


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