Class 10


Concluding Sprint Two

  • Review of first project iteration
    • Subsystem implementations: storage subsystem, application logic subsystem
    • System documents: RAD and ODD
    • System version control and testing
    • Project management with Asana
  • Presentation of UNHM URC/GRC poster abstracts
  • Presentation of research project proposals

Starting Sprint Three

  • Current and near-future versions of the system database: designs (SDD) and implementations (sql branch)
  • Help subsystem: design and implementation prototype
  • Current and near-future use cases (RAD)
  • Current system description and functional requirements (RAD). These representations are captured in the Domain Analysis of the textbook’s case studies (rmhhomeroom and rmhhomebase).
  • Application logic subsystem: “add” features for all entities completed.
  • Unit testing: model and db-control modules
  • Source code documentation: model and db-control modules
  • Prototype staging
  • Project management: log tasks in Asana and schedule individual conferences

Due next class

Third week-long sprint produces P6. P6 artifacts are made available in the repository and project wiki. On your P6 page have the self-evaluation of the sprint work and a project status report. The status report should summarize Asana tasks and point to where the artifacts are.

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