CIS 3060 Study Guide #1
CIS 3060 Study Guide #1
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Systems Analysis and Design: Study Guide #1 Fall 2016 CIS 3060 Notes: ______________________________________________________________________ Part I: System Analysis Fundamentals + What does an Analyst do? 1. Consultant 2. Supporting expert 3. Agent of Change _____________________________________________________________________ Chapter 01: Systems, Roles, and Development Methodologies 3 Roles that a System Analyst needs to play: 1. Consultant 2. Supporting Expert 3. Agent of Change Personal Qualities of a Systems Analyst + Problem Solver: The analysis of problems are a challenge, not problem and will tackle the situation using application of experience, techniques, and tools. + Communicator: Understand the human needs in tech interaction and relate meaningfully to ppl over long periods of time + Computer Experience to Program: Know how much the computers are capable of doing, get user information, and tell the programmers what is needed + Strong personal & professional ethics + Selfdisciplined, selfmotivated capable of coordinating ppl and project resources Seven Phases of SDLC 1. Identifying problems, opportunities, and objectives a. The analyst looks at what is occurring in a business and figure out what it’s trying to do b. Users, analysts, and system managers coordinate the project 2. Determining human info requirements a. Analyst will use interactive methods: Interviewing, sampling and investigate hard data 3. Analyzing system needs Systems Analysis and Design: Study Guide #1 Fall 2016 a. Analyst prepares a proposal that summarizes users, usability, and usefulness of current systems 4. Designing the recommended system a. Help users accurately enter data which goes into the IS by using web page or screen design 5. Developing and documenting software a. Work with programmers (design, code, and remove syntactical errors) to develop original software b. Work with users to provide documentation(FAQs and ReadMe Files) 6. Testing and maintaining the system a. Use sample data before entering actual data into the system 7. Implementing and evaluating the system a. Train users to handle the system and convert old systems to new systems CASE Tools are used for: Agile Approach: Software Development approach based on: Values 1. Communication 2. Simplicity 3. Feedback 4. Courage Principles Core Practices Planning Game: Rules that can help formulate the agile development team’s relationship with their business customers (a basis for building) Game’s Goal: Max the value of the system produced by the agile team 1. Development team 2. Business Customer Stages of Agile Development: 1. Exploration 2. Planning 3. Interactions to the FIrst Release Systems Analysis and Design: Study Guide #1 4. Productionizing 5. Maintenance ObjectOriented analysis and design UML(Unified Modeling Language): Open Source Software: Alternative to traditional software development where users and programmers study, share, and modify code The role of a systems analyst in the development of Open Source Software: 1. Participate in open source community to know the software benefits that can help the organization 2. Achieve S hared Design: Organization leverages your participation as a developer in the community to incorporate OSS designs into its development of its own proprietary products, processes, and IT artifacts & create a product that is different from what the community has made. ______________________________________________________________________
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