King Info Life | Application Development
In the article chosen this week, a review of the Rational Unified Process (RUP) is presented, the authors described the RUP methodology as an iterative process, which can be used for software development, and help developers accomplish any software development project, on time. A software engineering process, which can be delivered through a web-enabled, searchable knowledge base, is also known as the Rational Unified Process. The history and practices involved in RUP, are discussed, in the article chosen this week, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of the RUP methodology.
In order to achieve specific goals, the discipline of planning, organizing, motivating, and the control of resources are used, in order to manage the project. All the project goals and objectives, must be achieved in project management, and the preconceived constraints must be honored as well. In today’s paper, an advanced dynamic risk modeling and analysis was performed, in order to assess project management risks.
Game software development is one of the most difficult types of software developments, which a software development team, has to develop. In the article chosen this week, the game development cycle, was analyzed, in order to understand The Unified Process or UP methodology and how it compare with the EXtreme Programming or XP methodology. The paper presented a hypothesis, which claims that the choice of the process for game software development, does not affect, the benefits of the game.
According to the article chosen for today’s post, in 1995 Ken Shwaber presented the scrum methods, at an OOPSLA conference in Austin Texas.
Complex projects can be completed, by using the scrum methodologies, which is an agile frame work. If a project manager doesn’t use a methodology for their software development projects, then they are putting their project at risks of failing.
An embedded operating system (OS) is known to be a specialized type of OS, which is used for computers which are built into larger systems. Embedded systems are all around our current society, we use them for computers in cars, traffic lights, ATMs, traffic lights, point of sale terminals (POS), airplane controls, digital terminals, elevators, smart meters and GPS navigations.
Data storage systems have been around since the 1920’s with the invention of the magnetic tape, since then we have seen, how data storage systems have evolved into something we know today as cloud computing. Some of the types of storage used today are: magnetic hard disk drives (HDD), optical storage, floppy disk, solid state storage (SSD), memory, RAID, thumb drive and external hard drives, macromolecular data storage. These types of data storage systems are known as secondary storage devices, because the CPU does not have direct access to these storage devices, except for memory.