Software Project Management Syllabus - BIM (TU)

  • Short Name N/A
  • Course code IT 306
  • Semester Eighth Semester
  • Full Marks 100
  • Pass Marks 45
  • Credit Hrs 3
  • Elective/Compulsary Elective

Software Project Management

Chapter wise complete Notes.

Course Description

Course Objectives

The module aims to provide an overview of the roles, responsibilities and management methods of the software project manager. The course intended to teach students how to develop approaches and styles of management for software projects.

Course Description

Software Project Basics, Tools and Techniques, Estimation, Project Schedules, Reviews, Software requirements, Design and Programming, Software Testing, Using Project management effectively, Management and leadership, Managing an outsourced Project, Process Improvement

Unit Contents

Course Details

Unit 1: Software Project Basics                                                                                    LH 5

Introduction

Types of Software Projects

Classification of software projects: Based on software development life cycle, approach driven, maintenance, web application, agile development

Approaches to software project management

Alignment of software engineering methodology with project: management methodology The Ad Hoc Methods-based Approach

The process-Driven Approach

Comparison between Ad Hoc Approach with the process-driven approach Software Project Acquisition

Writing proposal, negotiating, contract acceptance

 

Unit 2:Tools and Techniques                                                                                       LH 4

Software project planning

Understanding the why is project needed and needs of project Project management plan: resources, skill sets, computer systems Risk assessment and management plan

Create the project plan

 

Unit 3: Estimation                                                                                                       LH 4

Elements of successful estimate Wideband Delphi Estimation Other Estimation Techniques Evaluation Estimation Problems

Unit 4: Project Schedules                                                                                             LH 5

Building the project schedule The Work breakdown structure

Graphic representation of a schedule Managing multiple projects Schedule to manage commitments Evaluation scheduling problems

 

Unit 5: Reviews                                                                                                            LH 4

Inspections Deskchecks Walkthroughs Code reviews

Pair Programming

Inspect to manage commitments

Unit 6: Software requirements                                                                                     LH 5

Requirement elicitations Use Cases

Software requirement specification Change control

Unit 7: Design and Programming                                                                                LH 4

Review the design

Version control with subversion Refactoring

Unit Testing Use automation

Unit 8: Software Testing                                                                                              LH 4

Test plans and cases Test execution

Unit 9: Using Project management effectively                                                              LH 4

Understanding change, making change successful

Unit 10 Management and leadership                                                                            LH 3

Take responsibility

Doing everything out in open Manage the organization Manage the team

Unit 11: Managing an outsourced Project                                                                    LH 3

Prevent major sources of project failure Management issues in outsourced projects Collaborate with the Vendor

Unit 12: Process Improvement                                                                                     LH 3

Software process improvement Moving forward

Text and Reference Books

References

AdnerwStellman, Jennifer Greene, “Applied Software Project management”, First edition, O’Reilly

Meida

Murali K. Chemuturi, Thomas M. CagelyJr, “Mastering software project management” ,J. Ross

Publishing

Highes, B. and Cotterell, M., “Software Project Management”. McGraw Hill, 1999.

Conway, K., “Software Project Management”, -From Concept to Deployment”, DreamTech Press, 2001

Garmus, D. and Herron, D., “Function Point Analysis, Measurement Practices for Successful Software Projects”, Addison-Wesley, 2001.

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