--Originally published at TI2011 – Project Evaluation and Management
This post will be focused on all that I learned from reading Survival Guide and Project Evaluation and Management (TI2011) and how I am going to apply all of this.
Firstable, The next week I am going to be part of a development project, in which the team will be of 3 developers and I’m one of them, so the project seems to be consistent because the project requirements and project process have been taken from one month ago.
Thus, reviewing the requirements I start to make my own plan besides the sprints and delivery times that are stablished at the beggining. Also I am trying to fixed my schedules and designed the architecture for every delivery and see how every one will affect the other ones.
One of the important things that I think it is important is to see if the project could have risks and how can every development and stage will affect in the whole project. Also something I like for the plan that is that every development has contemplated the code time to do it and some extra time to the testing cases of each one.
So, finally I am eager to see what is coming and to make the most of this experience of being part of a project from the beginning.