MITS5501 Software Quality, Change Management And Testing

MITS5501 Software Quality, Change Management And Testing

In this assignment students will work in small groups to develop components of the Quality Assurance documents discussed in lectures.

Student groups should be formed by Session four. Each group needs to complete the group participation form attached to the end of this document.

Carefully read the associated CASE STUDY for this assignment contained in the document MITS5501-CaseStudy.doc

From this Case Study you are to prepare the following documents:

1. Quality Assurance Plan
2. Test Plan
3. Test Cases (9 per group)
4. Project Scope Statement
5. Perform a Test Effort Estimation (include Tables and calculations used)
6. Test Strategy Document
7. Project Completion Checklist
The above list of documents is not necessarily in any order. The chronological order we cover these topics in lectures is not meant to dictate the order in which you collate these into one coherent document for your assignment.

Your Assignment document containing the above documents is to be compiled into one word document

Your report should use 1.5 spacing with a 12 point Times New Roman font. Include references where appropriate. Citation of sources is mandatory and must be in the Harvard style.
Your report must include a Title Page with the title of the Assignment and the name and ID numbers of all group members. A contents page showing page numbers and titles of all major sections of the report. All Figures included must have captions and Figure numbers and be referenced within the document. Captions for figures placed below the figure, captions for tables placed above the table. Include a footer with the page number.
MITS5501 Software Quality, Change Management And Testing

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This assignment will assess the competency 2.

This assignment will assess the competency 2.

This assignment will assess the competency 2. Identify the components that comprise today’s hardware and software systems.

Directions: Create a mind map (a.k.a. brainstorming diagram) to identify and summarize the primary features of commonly used applications software. Your diagram should address personal application software, workgroup application software, and enterprise application software. Your mindmap should be visually coherent; the content should be easy to understand and follow.

• Option 1: Go to Wisemapping and click on the Tutorial Video on the top right hand side of the screen. You can use the Wisemapping website to create your mind map and then save the document to your computer as a PDF. You will need to click on “Register” in the upper right hand corner and create a free account before you use Wisemapping, but it is very quick and easy.

• Option 2: You may also draw your mind map by hand and scan your drawing into your computer and save as a PDF.

• Option 3: You can choose to create a simple flowchart in Microsoft Word. (If you aren’t familiar with using symbols and shapes in Word, the NAU Online Library’s Learning Express video tutorials can help, or you can view “Creating a Simple Flowchart in Microsoft Word,” a YouTube video hosted by Floyd Jay Winters, for a very quick introduction.)

 

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IT 280 Week 1 CheckPoint Computer Hardware Simulator Worksheet Appendix B

IT 280 Week 1 CheckPoint Computer Hardware Simulator Worksheet Appendix B

In the file IT 280 Week 1 CheckPoint Computer Hardware Simulator Worksheet Appendix B you will find right answers on the following task:Review the computer and components described in the Computer Hardware Simulator (CHS) on the student website.

Complete Appendix B by providing technical information about the computer in the CHS.

Complete Appendix C by researching websites for price checking, product reviewing, and troubleshooting.Post your completed Appendixes B and C as attachments.”

 

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IT 280 Week 3 CheckPoint Replacing The Power Supply

IT 280 Week 3 CheckPoint Replacing The Power Supply

This file IT 280 Week 3 CheckPoint Replacing The Power Supply has answers on this task: “Review the computer and components described in the Computer Hardware Simulator (CHS) on the student website.Complete Appendix F by searching for power supplies for your dream computer and the CHS computer.Write a 200- to 300-word outline for the technical description of the sequential process of replacing a power supply.You will use this outline to develop the paper for your individual project.You may design the outline to look like a technical document or paper that might appear in a computer maintenance and training manual.Post your completed Appendix F and outline as attachments.”

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Need help with a java project

Need help with a java project

Description

Using the provide REST service, create a script that returns both largest city and capital based on user input for state name or state abbreviation. 

User input can be done in any format, including but not limited to prompts, console entries or variable changes (state = New York, stateAbb = NY). 

Note: Do not use any other web services or data other then the one provide.

Webservice

http://services.groupkt.com/state/get/USA/all

 

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BIS245/ BIS245 WEEK 4 QUIZ

BIS245/ BIS245 WEEK 4 QUIZ (A+++++ ANSWER)

Question 1. 1.(TCO 1) Data aggregates (Points : 4)

are used to perform calculations on individual records in a table or query.

cannot be used in a report.

perform calculations on entire columns of data.

return multiple values.

Question 2. 2.(TCO 2) All of the following are Access data types EXCEPT (Points : 4)

autonumber.

date/time.

number.

string.

Question 3. 3.(TCO 2) Which of the following is NOT true of a single-table query? (Points : 4)

It can be created using the Simple Query Wizard.

Queries can be created using the Query Design Tool.

You can overwrite Table data using the Datasheet View of a Query.

The top portion of the Query Design View displays the fields and criteria.

Question 4. 4.(TCO 2) Access has __________ data types. (Points : 4)

six

eight

10

12

Question 5. 5.(TCO 2) The command language used with relational databases is (Points : 4)

PNPI

RDBMS

SQL

tuple.

Question 6. 6.(TCO 2) Another term for an expression is (Points : 4)

formula.

function.

parameter.

query.

Question 7. 7.(TCO 2) A function used to isolate a specific portion of a date such as year, month, or day in a date field is (Points :4)

Date.

DateDiff.

DateParse.

DatePart.

Question 8. 8.(TCO 2) A primary key (Points : 4)

can be computer generated.

consists of one field only that uniquely identifies each record in a table.

is a relationship between two or more tables.

All of the above

Question 9. 9.(TCO 6) A parameter query is (Points : 4)

a select query where the user provides the criterion at run time.

an action query used to modify data.

an aggregate query used to summarize field data.

used to backup databases.

Question 10. 10.(TCO 6) Which of the following is true about a crosstab query? (Points : 4)

It is an action query.

It is used to retrieve parameter data.

It summarizes a data source into rows and columns with aggregate data displayed at the intersection of the rows and columns.

It summarizes unmatched records from a data source.

 

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