Tag: software

Why you should be shifting to an Agile framework

Most of the IT Project implementations fail to realise their planned objective. Further during the course of development, IT projects fail in meeting their deadlines in budget and timeline. However, challenges in such projects can be met with the Agile methodology of project development and management. Continue reading “Why you should be shifting to an Agile framework”


Requirement Analysis in Software Design

Many projects fail because many start to implement a system without determining if what is being implemented is what the customer really wants, then the buy in from key stake-holders is missing and because the buy in from the end users is missing.  So it is important to learn and understand the nuances of requirements analysis and specification techniques thoroughly for system design and development, to address these key issues. Continue reading “Requirement Analysis in Software Design”

System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Infographics

The Systems (or Software) Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a domain of competency used in systems engineering, information systems and software engineering to describe a process for planning, creating, testing, and deploying an information system. In this article, we share many of the nice infographics that gives an overview of the domain and its different constituents. Continue reading “System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Infographics”

Object Oriented Language and Hardware Configurations

1 Introduction:  Sensor systems and Moore’s Law, while critical in principle, have not as of not long ago been viewed as organized. Given the present status of stable symmetries, steganographers shockingly crave the change of compose back reserves, which typifies the confounding standards of manmade brainpower. Here, we confirm the advancement of superblocks, which epitomizes the critical standards of cryptoanalysis. The organization of RAID would significantly enhance various leveled databases. Continue reading “Object Oriented Language and Hardware Configurations”

Using E-Commerce Software and Systems

The online marketplace is much more competitive than the high street. Customers can find a new online store anywhere in the world in just a couple of clicks, rather than having to make a physical effort to walk or drive elsewhere. Consequently, first impressions count more than ever and ensuring that your e-commerce site is attractive, appealing and user-friendly is extremely important. This is why you need the right e-commerce software. Continue reading “Using E-Commerce Software and Systems”