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Writing up specifications Training
- Participants / Prerequisite
This course will show you how to write specifications for managerial computing projects. It will particularly teach you how to choose the right description level and to identify the right levels of granularity.
- Describing the main functions of an application to be developed with UML
- Writing the clauses of a set of specifications for software development
- Describing the development plan and project monitoring requirements in the specifications
- Adding to particular specifications (integration, web, etc.);
- Expressing a need, forming a contractual relationship.
- Types of specifications Roles of specifications Life cycles
- The stakeholders involved. Project owners and lead contractors. Roles and responsibilities. Approval and decision-making.
- Role of pilots in specifications.
- Role of users. Role of experts
- Standard sections.
- Technical specifications, context of the project, description of needs, constraints, stakeholders.
- Legal clauses.
- An approach to defining the target information system. Diagnosing what already exists.
- Describing the context, the data, the business processes, the workflow.
- Describing the functions of the future application, the technical and software architecture.
- Defining the expected product in terms of quality.
- Representation techniques. Methods and diagrams. UML and Merise models
- Participation in the expression of needs. Stakeholders, participatory work techniques.
Determining quality factors, criteria, and metrics. Translating a need, having it approved and translated for a lead contractor.
- How do you prepare a strategy? Risk assessment, risk reduction.
- Development plan, guidance measures, scheduling, setting up structures.
- Dividing the work into projects, into batches.
- General planning. Project monitoring requirements.
- Requesting additional services (functional acceptance work, data migration, etc.).
Development strategy and assessment.