One page SDLC
1. Feasibility Study: a) Technical b) Schedule c) Financial. 2. Requirement Collection: a) Functional b) Environmental c) UI 3. System Requirement Specification/BRD/SRA (contains all the requirements, spec, scheduled, price estimates etc.) 4. Preparation of master project plan: - A blue print to follow contains, detail plans, product mgmt, plan mgmt, tests, logistics etc. 5. Designing- UI, DB, Application-a) HLD b) LLD 6. Coding- the actual dev. Process based on LL Design. 7. Testing- executing a programmer under control condition with intent to find an error/fault. a) BVT- (BUILD is a former release of code, encapsulated together and given a name) To conduct a test on all major functionalities, based on BVT checklist is BVT. b) HOT-FIX- A quick fix by developers during testing phase. c) Acceptance testing- by the client 1) Alpha: In house 2) Beta: at customer Premises. 8. Test cases: Procedural guidelines for conducting a test. A) T C Template: TC ID, TC Description, I/p, Expect Value, Actual Value, Status (P/F), Module, Environment. B) Tech for writing TC’sI) Boundary value Analysis J) Negative value analysis K) Positive value L) Equivalence Portioning approach M) Wild character C) Test Case classification: UI (look & feel), Usability (Tab, Cursor), Functionality (Save, insert, updating buttons), Validation (-ve, +ve value) D) Bug report: Bug is an error/malfunction noticed during testing.
Bug Template Bug ID. Seviourity Test case ID Priority Bug Description Detected by Input Assigned to Expected Module Actual Environment Status (Pass/Fail)
Resolutio n Won’t Fix/Can’t Fix
New / Open Bug Differed (Reason for delay (low
Fixed / Resolved
9. Software Life cycle models: A} Waterfall: - Adv, simple & easy, good for small projects, easy to manage, clear deliverables. Dies Adv, for long/ongoing projects, rigid, high risk, no S/w till end. B} V-shape
C} Incremental: Keep adding the units/module for additional functions. Adv; early working S/w, more flexible, easy to test, easy to manage. Dis; each iteration/module is rigid, architectural problems. D} Spiral: Adv; high amount of risk analysis, good for large projects, high success rate. Dis; Costly, need specific expertise, success dependencies on risk analysis. 10. Miscellaneous terms: - CMM> Capability maturity model (Integration) Scrum meeting> daily meeting to discuss the project status.