Executive Summary : Executive Report

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Executive Summary- summary report purpose and findings Revision History Date Changes made To what 30/10/2015 04/12/2015 05/12/2015 06/12/2015 07/12/2015 08/12/2015 09/12 /2015 Table of Contents Executive Summary- summary report purpose and findings 1 Revision History 1 Introduction – motivation for report and description of structure 3 Part 1 Critical Discussion of Agile and software quality 3 Part 1.1 Strengths and Weaknesses of agile in a project 3 Part 2 Discussion of Function Point Measures 4 Advantages of function point analysis 4 Disadvantages of function point analysis 4 For what types of projects (size, development process) is it a) best b) not well suited (explain)? 5 Where should function…show more content…
The general strengths and weaknesses differ from project to project but these one are the main aspects of it. Agile development is used in a team of five – six developers which work closely together and interact with each other. Before the project starts user requirements are collected from the user. The scrum master will be responsible that the whole team works and also get the customer involved to get more feedback for the project. This is a very good approach because the developers can share their knowledge and learn new skills from each other. The team member should be highly skilled in order to work together to avoid any lack of skills in the development. Ones the requirements are collected a target can be planned but it can also very difficult to know form the beginning how the project will be looking because changes are welcome in any stage of the development. Changes can occur during the development process which can change the whole process but is also very flexible. A strong developer and customer can be established during every iteration which can help to identify the user needs and make clearer about project and what the user actually wants from the project and what his or her expectations are. Faults can be detected in better because of the
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