This first class of website projects deals with the smallest web presentations we normally build and use. Such projects are short, cheap, and simple to manage.
This article is about the implementation itself. The design phases are finished now and the generation of the product itself can start up by projecting the models to real world websites.
The first part of this series gave a very brief overview about the Website Design Method by Professor de Troyer to get the technological point of view as a first step. Now the project manager’s view will be presented.
This second article about Web Project Management deals with the technological point of view. In this second of ten articles, we are now dealing with the implementation phase.
Project planning for a website is often similar to other software projects. The first part of this short series will show the technological point of view.
This article describes how to implement functional requirements in an IT department. You’ll also find some notes about Requirements Engineering in general.
Engineering Environments are often described as a boy toy for System Operators or as a tool to legitimate decisions that don’t have any real background. Another saying is, that EE’s are only for big players, not for small companies. This article describes the idea of EE’s as a useful strategy tool.