Phase eight of the Software Development LifeCycle is the Deployment and Implementation Phase. We have now written technical documents for the Initiation, Concept Development, Planning, Requirements, Design, Development and Testing phases. Next, we will write documents to show how the system is installed and made operational in a live production environment.
The sixth phase in the Software Development LifeCycle is the Development Phase. We have now written technical documents for the Initiation, Concept Development, Planning, Requirements and Design phases. Next, we will write documents to show how to design develop the database, system, applications and other software tools.
The third phase in the Software Development LifeCycle is to document that Planning Phase. We have now finished the documents for the Initiation and Software Concept Development phases. Now we write the technical documents to plan how the system will be developed, tested and implemented.
Once you have finished writing technical documents for the Initiation Phase, what plans and guides to you need to capture in the Software Development LifeCycle? The next phase to be documented is the Software Concept Development phase.
Download MS Word templates for every phase of the Software Development Lifecycle. Ever wondered what technical documents you need to write for the Software Development LifeCycle? This free Excel spreadsheet identifies all the plans, guides and forms you to create such as those for requirements specification, design, implementation, testing, deployment, and post-deployment maintenance and enhancement. […]
If you’re looking for ways to write your first Functional Specifications Documents, then the following tutorial will help. One way to develop Functional Specifications is to use free Microsoft Word templates from the web and modify different chapters or buy professional template sets with pre-formatted samples. What are Functional Specifications Documents? Functional Specifications Documents (also […]
Yesterday we looked at how to create the first steps in your Document Control Procedure. We identified the team members and their roles during the documentation process. The next step is to create a naming convention that you can use across all documents during the Software Development LifeCycle. Documentation Naming Convention Guidelines Common document elements […]
A software requirements specification (SRS) is a complete description of the behavior of the system to be developed. It includes a set of use cases that describe all of the interactions that the users will have with the software. Use cases are also known as functional requirements. Functional Requirements Excel spreadsheet In addition to use […]
Configuration management was first developed by the US Dept of Defense in the 1950s as a technical management discipline. The concepts have been widely adopted by numerous technical management models, including: Systems engineering Integrated logistics support Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) ISO 9000 Prince2 project management methodology Cobit Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Product lifecycle […]