Episode 5: Agile Quality In this episode, our guest speaker, TJ, will discuss Agile Quality. Unlike, the traditional waterfall model, Agile philosophy integrates testing in each iteration. These podcasts and other resources are available at http://wrobinson.cis.gsu.edu.
Episode 4: Quality-Delay tradeoffs In this episode, I will discuss the Quality-Delay tradeoffs. The tradeoff concepts used in Barry Boehm’s CoQualMo model will be considered. However, the details are too numerous to describe in a podcast format. Instead, I will introduce the main concepts. See the 2006 article, How Much […]
Episode 3: The Galin quality cost model In this episode, I will discuss the cost of software quality. The Galin cost model will be considered in some detail. However, it’s details too numerous to describe in a podcast format. Instead, I will introduce the main concepts. See Galin’s 2004 Software […]
Episode 2: Waterfall methodologies In this episode, I will discuss software development methodologies prior to the late 1990’s expansion of the Agile methodologies. These include waterfall methodologies, Microsoft’s synch-and-build, and the Rational Unified Process. The podcasts and other resources are available at http://wrobinson.cis.gsu.edu.
Episode 1: Introduction Prior to attending each class session, students should be familiar with the materials and concepts that are to be discussed. This podcast aims to assist students in their studies. Each podcast will introduce concepts to be presented in one or two class sessions. The podcasts and other […]
My presentation, Creating process models: RE challenges for modeling and monitoring, for the Conceptual Modeling in Requirements and Business Analysis (MReBA) @ ER 2014 presents 4 challenges for requirements modeling using examples from my work. How can requirements engineering models provide the kind of system monitoring desired by developers, manager, end-users, […]