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BSA 385 Week 1 Individual SDLC Table BSA 385 Week 2 Team Software Engineering Process Plan BSA 385 Week 2 Individual Requirements Document BSA 385 Week 3 Team Software Engineering Management Tools BSA 385 Week 3 Individual Implementation Phase BSA 385 Week 4 Team Software Quality Assurance BSA 385 Week 4 Individual Quality Assurance and Versioning Plan BSA 385 Week 5 Team Software Engineering Testing BSA 385 Week 5 Individual Software Testing Plan ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 1 Individual SDLC Table

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Individual: SDLC Table Instructions: Resources: • Section 3.4, "Principles of Software Engineering," in Ch. 3, "Engineering of Software," of Essentials of Software Engineering • The module "The Software Lifecycle" of the Pluralsight course "Software Process Management" by Gregory Knight • "SDLC Table" document (BSA385r6_SDLC_Table_Week_1.docx) The company you work for is a programming services contractor that consults with businesses in the United States requiring assistance in creating software in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Your company advertises a proven track record in providing secure code that meets regulatory and compliance recommendations that include the protection of all Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Your client is a small hospital and surgery center that requires a program that will calculate the bill for a patient's hospital stay, including charges for the surgery, daily hospital fees, and pharmacy. The hospital only performs five types of surgeries, limits the patient stay to three days, and has a limited pharmacy offering of ten prescription drugs. The hospital employees who will use the program should be able to enter the patient information, including name, hospital ID number, diagnosis, surgery type, length of stay, and prescriptions. The program will then produce a final billing statement. The client would like the program completed in six months. Using the file provided and referencing the scenario above, complete the 2- to 3-page System Development Life Cycle Table. The table is designed to help you see how to apply the SDLC to an actual program. Three pages ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 2 Individual Requirements Document

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Individual: Requirements Document Instructions: Resource: • "User Stories" document Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One. The Director of Software Engineering and the Product Manager for the company visited the client and collected the User Stories as depicted in the User Stories document provided. In addition the Chief Financial Officer of the Hospital gave the Director a complete breakdown of the charges for surgeries, hospital stays, and prescription drugs. Part 1: The Director has asked you to read through the stories and help with the Functional Requirements Document (FRD) which is a formal statement of the program's functional requirements. The FRD serves the same purpose as a contract. Your company agrees to provide the capabilities specified. The client agrees to find the product satisfactory if it provides the capabilities specified in the FRD. The Director has asked you to identify any specific user interface, compliance, security, data, and data access requirements identified in the stories. The Director also wants to know which of the requirements you identify are functional or nonfunctional. The Director has determined that you will use an Agile approach to the development of the program. Create a 1- to 2-page list using MicrosoftŽ Word of the current requirements the FRD will need. First, list all the requirements that are functional, then list the non-functional requirements. The FRD will be refined as the development proceeds, so this list is a starting point. Part 2: Your intern is struggling to understand the differences betweenData Flow Diagrams (DFDs) and Entity-Relationship Diagrams (ERDs). To help your intern understand the difference, create a 1-page comparison


table using MicrosoftÂŽ Word showing the similarities and differences between a Data Flow Diagram (DFD) and an Entity- Relationship Diagram (ERD). The table should depict at least three points of comparison, as well as a justification of why you would use one approach over the other. Cite all sources using APA guidelines. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab. SupportingMaterial:User Stories ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 2 Team Software Engineering Process Plan

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Learning Team: Software Engineering Process Plan Instructions: Resource: • "User Stories" document The Learning Team Assignments will use the same scenario that is used in the Individual Assignment in Week One. This week the team will evaluate the User Stories that have been gathered from the client. The Director of Software Engineering and the Product Manager for your company visited the client and collected User Stories as depicted in the User Stories document provided. The Director wants you to look at the User Stories and identify the top five critical requirements that the team will have to be concerned with for the Functional Requirements Document (FRD) based on the stories. In addition, you have been assigned an intern who will shadow you during the development of


this program. The intern has never heard of a User Story and needs you to explain how you will use them. Part 1: Based on the stories, create a 1-page list using Microsoft® Word of the top five critical requirements that the team will need to be concerned with for the Functional Requirements Document. Include a justification of why you think each requirement is critical. Part 2: Create a 1-page document using Microsoft® Word that explains the following to the intern: • How requirements for a software project are gathered • What user stories are, why they are needed, and how they are used The team will submit one completed assignment for the team. This assignment will help you complete the Week Three Individual Assignment. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab. SupportingMaterial:User Stories ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 3 Team Software Engineering Management Tools

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Learning Team: Software Engineering Management Tools Instructions: Resource: • Figure 6-8, "An example of a data flow diagram depicting a customer order system," in Section 6.3, "Requirements Analysis," in Ch. 6, "Requirements Engineering," of Essentials of Software Engineering Recall that the hospital only


performs five types of surgeries, limits the patient stay to three days, and has a limited pharmacy offering of ten prescription drugs. And, the hospital employee using the program should be able to enter the patient information, including name, hospital ID number, diagnosis, surgery type, length of stay, and prescriptions. Using Figure 6-8, "An example of a data flow diagram depicting a customer order system," construct a 1-page data flow diagram for the Hospital's billing program using MicrosoftÂŽ Word. The team will submit one completed assignment for the team. This assignment will help you complete this week's Individual Assignment. Cite all sources using APA guidelines. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab. SupportingMaterial:Ch. 6, Essentials of Software Engineering ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 3IndividualImplementation Phase

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Individual: Implementation Phase Instructions: Resource: • The module "Getting the Most From Your Sprints" of the Pluralsight course "Scrum Master Fundamentals - Foundations" with Jeremy Jarrell Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One. The Director of Software Engineering for the company has determined that you will use an Agile approach for development of the program, including the implementation phase of the program. The


Director has asked you to present to the rest of the team, including your intern, the implementation phase for the program development. Create a PowerPoint® presentation containing 14 to 16 slides, including an introduction and conclusion slide and detailed speaker notes, that includes the following: • A brief explanation of the Agile model and how an implementation phase works within the model • An example of a software management tool that can be used as you implement the design • A description of at least three user stories that will be critical to the design process • At least three technical design specifications for the program • A brief description of what a Scrum Master does in the implementation phase • A simple illustration of a sprint used in the implementation phase Note: Other applications like Adobe® Spark® or Microsoft® Sway® or Mix® can be used instead of PowerPoint®. Cite all sources using APA guidelines. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab. SupportingMaterial:Pluralsight: Getting the Most From Your Sprints ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 4 Individual Quality Assurance and Versioning Plan

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Individual: Quality Assurance and Versioning Plan Instructions: Resources: • Ch. 2, "Software Quality Attributes," of Software


Testing: Concepts and Operations • "Quality Attributes Table" document Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One. Iterative testing is an essential element of Agile. This requires tracking the changes made and making sure all members of the team have the correct version of the program. Quality Assurance (QA) in Systems Development is a set of processes that ensure the delivered systems meet the pre-defined expectations. Note that QA is not testing. Software Configuration Management consists of a set of tasks that track and control changes to the environment. Configuration management incudes software source version control. The Director of Software Engineering has noted that some members of the team are not following the company's Quality Assurance and Version Plan and has asked you to present to the team in order to help them and your intern understand the importance of the plan. Part 1: Create a PowerPoint® presentation containing 10 to 12 slides, including an introduction and conclusion slide and detailed speaker notes, that includes the following: • A brief description of Quality Assurance (QA) in Systems Development and why it is important • An illustration of the testing process in the Agile model • A brief explanation of automated testing • A logical description of the processes ensuring that the functionality, security, and performance of the application are met • An explanation of what versioning is and why versioning of the program is necessary Note: Other applications like Adobe® Spark® or Microsoft® Sway® or Mix® can be used instead of PowerPoint®. Part 2: Using the Quality Attributes Table document provided, complete the 1- page table of quality attributes. Cite all sources using APA guidelines. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab. SupportingMaterial:Ch. 2, Software TestingQuality Attributes Table ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 4 Team Software Quality Assurance


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Learning Team: Software Quality Assurance Instructions: Resources: • Ch. 2, "Software Quality Attributes," of Software Testing: Concepts and Operations. Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One. The Director of Software Engineering needs your help assuring the team in using the appropriate quality assurance processes. The Director wants you to send out an email to the team titled "Software Quality Assurance: Processes and tools to ensure quality results." Write a 1- to 2-page email using Microsoft® Word that addresses the following: • Explain how the development process can benefit from software quality assurance and why it is important to follow quality assurance processes. • Provide an example of what happens when quality assurance policies are not followed. • Briefly explain the following attributes: • Functional attributes • Operational attributes • Usability attributes • Business attributes • Structural attributes • Explain two quality assurance tools. The team will submit one completed assignment for the team. This assignment will help you complete this week's Individual Assignment. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab. SupportingMaterial:Ch. 2, Software Testing ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 5 Individual Software Testing Plan


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This is a custom assignment, please email us at uopashinfo@gmail.com, we will provide the New Assignment Individual: Software Testing Plan Instructions: Resource: • "Software Testing Plan" document Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One. The Director of Software Engineering would like to have you create a new Software Testing Plan. Using the Software Testing Plan document provided, develop a 3- to 4- page software testing plan. The plan will include the following: • Design and Develop: Software testing goals, assumptions, and deliverables: • Testing Goal • Test Assumptions • Quality Attributes • Schedule in the Life Cycle • Required Artifacts • Test: Data: generation and automation tools: • Test Data Generation Methods • Test Automation • Acceptance Test • Deploy: Versioning, maintenance, and environment: • Version Control • Maintenance Plan • Testing Environment Cite all sources using APA guidelines. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab. SupportingMaterial:Software Testing Plan Design and Develop: Software testing goals, assumptions, and deliverables: 1. Testing Goal 2. Test Assumptions 3. Quality Attributes 4. Schedule in the Life Cycle 5. Required Artifacts Test: Data generation and automation tools: 6. Test Data Generation Methods 7. Test Automation 8. Acceptance Test Deploy: Versioning, maintenance, and environment: 9. Version Control 10. Maintenance Plan 11. Testing Environment Environments are used in program development, testing and production. An environment includes both


hardware and the software tools to assist with the management of the environments. Complete the Suggested Software Tools for each environment in the table below. Environments Suggested Software Tools Development with unit testing Testing User Acceptance Test (UAT) Pre-production or Staging ==============================================

BSA 385 Week 5 Team Software Engineering Testing

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Learning Team: Software Engineering Testing Instructions: Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One. The Director of Software Engineering wants you to provide some insights into test automation. The company is trying to include as much software testing automation as possible. Write a 1-page email to the Director using Microsoft® Word that would help the company asses their choices. The email should include the following: • A listofthree pros and three cons of test automation • A comparison oftwo test automation tools, identifying a minimum of two pros and two cons for each tool • An explanation of how test automation tools are used in relation to the SDLC stages The team will submit one completed assignment for the team. This assignment will help you complete the Individual Assignment. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab. ==============================================


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