RAZ's Project Home Page
Out for a quick byte.
Project Vision: The product will provide a complete, easy-to-use tool that will produce a recommended schedule for a student with little to no work. This will currently fulfill the needs that many, if not all, students at Cal Poly have today and it will provide a substantial business opportunity for the developers.
|Days ahead of Schedule||+n|
|Percent of Modules Integrated (Actual/Planned)||0% / 0%|
|Percent of Resources Used (Actual/Planned)||23% / 30%|
|Project Planning||Deliverables||What's New|
|Project Plan?||Quality Attributes?||CustomTracReports?|
|Quality Assurance Plan?||User Manual?||Source Folder|
|Integration Schedule||UI Prototype|
|Module Assignments||Extended Prototype?|
|Module Dependency Chart||System Test Plan|
|Staged Delivery Plan|
|Project Tracking||Work Products||QA|
|Current Action Items||High Level Design||ModuleReviewers|
|Change Request Log||* Class Diagram||SystemTestMatrix|
|Design Baseline||* Javadocs?||ReleaseCriteria|
|Code Coverage||Detailed Design?|
|Process Definitions||Developer Resources||About Our Team|
|Change Control Plan||Example resources:||Contact Info|
|NetBeans HOWTO?||Team Expectations?|
|NetBeans GUI Builder||Team Photo?|
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RAZ is a fictional company, created for Dr. John Dalbey's Winer 2012 CPE 309 Software Engineering class at Cal Poly.