Chapter 8 Workflows of the Process. Taken from Walker Royce’s textbook – Software Project Management plus a number of Personal Comments. Overview. Introductory Remarks 8.1 Software Process Workflows 8.2 Iteration Workflows. Introductory Remarks. We like sequential activities.
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Taken from Walker Royce’s textbook – Software Project Management plus a number of Personal Comments
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“Extensive requirements analysis, design, implementation, and assessment activities are performed before the construction phase (phase) , when full-scale implementation (core disciplines) is the focus.
This early life-cycle focus on implementing and testing the architecture must precede full-scale development and testing of all the components and must precede the downstream focus on completeness and quality of the entire breadth of the product features.”
“Each phase portrays at least two iterations of each workflow. This default is intended to be descriptive, not prescriptive. Some projects may require only one iteration in a phase; others may require several iterations. The point is that the activities and artifacts of any given … core discipline may require more than one pass to achieve adequate results.”
“Raising the environment activities to a first-class … Core Supporting Discipline is critical. The environment is the tangible embodiment of the project’s process, methods, and notations for producing the artifacts.”
Implementation and assessment activities are initiated early in the life cycle, reflecting the emphasis on constructing executable subsets of the evolving architecture.”
Recall, each iteration contains assessment at its conclusion.