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GLGDW 2006

Best Practices for Project Management - Speaker: Cathy Pountney

Managing software development projects is a difficult task that often fails for a variety of reasons. Requirements aren’t always understood and communicated properly, developers aren’t always “team players”, schedules are often unrealistic, lack of coding standards hinder consistency, little or no testing is done, and implementations don’t go smoothly .. and that’s assuming you made it to that far!

In this session you’ll learn best practices to ensure a successful software development project, including:

- How to effectively determine what you are building

- How to create an overall plan for building the application

- How to schedule the project … and keep on schedule

- How to successfully build the application

- How to effectively and thoroughly test the application

- How to implement the final product

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