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    Sprint Planning 1) Goal: a. Create the sprint backlog based on the top items in the team product backlog. b. Effort at the PBI level will be estimated with story points. c. Create tasks for each PBI that will get that PBI to “done”. i. Each task will be estimated in hours. ii. Review DOD document to ensure that all DOD tasks have been created for each PBI. 2) When: a. First day of each sprint. 3) Attendees: a. Scrum Master i. Ensures the meeting occurs. ii. Ensures attendees understand meeting…

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    Summary Of Crude Oil

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    The analysis of such trends reflects a complex set of factors which affect the consumption patterns of consumers. According to the article the long-term trend in gasoline consumption has four points of interest which are 1973, 1979, 1992, and 2004. In 1973 the Arab oil embargo occurred which resulted in a slight downward shift of crude oil consumption and in 1979, the year the Iranian revolution occurred, the consumption of crude oil took an even sharper turn downward as prices soared to…

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    MMM Assignment 2/CEG6110 Chapters 3, 7, 8 Narendra Anumolu Answer #1: As per brook’s, system should be in control on few people who are most experienced with the system to face the problems. The teams are organized as a surgical unit – one surgeon with a support staff. The surgeon is the chief programmer – designs, codes, documents, tests. Need great talent and lots of experience. The co-pilot is the backup chief programmer – works with the chief to help in thinking, ready to take charge but…

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    closely together. Agile focuses more on working software rather than planning and hence it is also called value driven approach. Agile assumes resources and duration is fixed but requirements can be changing. Many in the industry would consider agile as non-planned approach, which is wrong. In fact, Agile believes that requirements are constantly changing and hence uses just in time planning and plans only for immediate needs. As we can see from the survey carried out by PMI, Scrum is the most…

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    new tender specification requirements and to enhance their chances in getting new tenders they need comply with the new specifications. The new specification requires those working with the data to be qualified and be registered with PLATO as a GISc technician. The current stuff has the required experience and has been doing a great job, and has assisted in the bringing the company new contracts and enhancing the company reputation in the past but do not meet the requirements. 1.1 Martha’s…

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    2.FEA Analysis For evaluating the performance regarding the strength point of view, FEA Analysis method has been used. As the area of the concern is about the design of the clamp cylinder that part only has been taken in consideration for FFA Analysis. The COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN model of the clamp cylinder configuration was prepared and analyzed the same using CAE Software package ANSYS. The same was meshed using SOLID 187 element. As the element is a tetrahedron element, it can map the…

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    typically a number of key steps in our development standards. These steps already follow a similar process as to what is required for agile methods. There is due diligence in gathering details on client requirements, documenting specifics in a high-level document, and then prioritizing requirements based on demand and perceived benefit. Internally there is detailed specification in scoping the project; where there exists a gap is promoting the importance of cross-functional teams sharing…

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    To meet the customer requirements you need to the market research in which you need to improve the quality and standard with the values and service you are providing. a) Customer feedback is needed to overcome the issues and and concerns of a customer with a company or its product, a customer may dissatisfied with your product and tell five or six people about his bad experience which would harm your company business. Feedback allows you to correct the weakness of your products. When you receive…

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    Give an example of one work of art/ design that exemplifies the best of contemporary practice (not your own). Describe the object and explain your choice. Things you should consider include: (i) A formal description of the object (what is it made from; how was it made; what, if anything, does it represent? (ii) An account of why you’ve picked the object. What questions does this object ask of us? What problems does the object solve? How might we think or live differently as a result? “Immature…

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    Pt1420 Unit 1 Study Guide

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    quality assurance and can be described as a process of running a program in such a manner as to uncover any errors. Testing also demonstrates that software functions appear to be working according to specifications, that behavioral and performance requirements appear to have been met. That test will be carried out when the system is complete. In this chapter, I test my simulation software with testing method. 8.1 Testing Testing is the process, which is used to uncover errors from software…

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