This course describes how the CMII model for configuration management and integrated process excellence can be applied to software. The challenge boils down to what you believe. You either expect software code to come out right-the-first-time, or you do not.
The process you put in place will be designed accordingly. The CMII model is designed to ensure that code comes out right-the-first-time. This does not mean software development is not an iterative process. It is where the iterations take place that is most important. With CMII, the customer and the developer gain a good grasp of what the overall product is going to be at an early point in its lifecycle. With CMII, the development effort is led by a cross-functional team whose members have the full range of needed expertise. The same members serve as the change review board. Change decisions are made quickly and, if approved, implemented promptly. CMII is a waterfall model with spiraling at each level. It excels at ensuring that software design definition is clear, concise and valid. Source code is not written until the design to be achieved by that code has been documented, validated and released by its co-owners.
|Event Date||10.09.2019 8:30|
|Event End Date||11.09.2019 17:00|
|Location||Holiday Inn Birmingham, UK|