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    2014 – Till Now Sr Java Developer Responsibilities:  Participate in software design meetings to write technical design documents and to propose design solutions.  Develop codes based on user requirements documentation and detailed design documentation.  Recommend optimum coding methodologies based on latest coding developments and project needs.  Provide work effort, budget and timelines for proposed project to Managers.  Develop…

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    1 Introduction 1.1 C&S group GmbH Initially the idea of C&S group was conceived by Ostfalia University of Applied sciences Professor Wolfhard Lawrenz and materialized it in form of group that worked on analysis, conception and testing of complex systems in 1995. In year 2008 the group became an independent company. C&S group has headquarter in suburbs of Wolfenbüttel and another office in Ingolstadt. Currently Dipl.-Ing. Frank Fischer and Dipl.-Ing. David Bollati are the Presidents of company.…

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    A. The IT Value Engineering Methodology (ITVEM) Model Furthermore, the systems engineering processes resulted in the ITVEM model that can be comprehended in Fig. 6. This model is sought to answer the problem above, which can improve the level of competitive advantage in IT-based firms with lower IT capital. Accordingly, this model should meet three model criteria (Ramos, Ferreira, & Barcel´o, 2012), which consist of the model reflects an original target, not all target properties are mapped…

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    TPM waterfall method. A grouping of phases in which the yield of each phase turns into the contribution for the following. The traditional waterfall strategy is a consecutive, action based process in which each phase in the SDLC is performed successively from arranging through usage and support. The waterfall technique is one of the most established programming advancement strategies. This technique accepts clients can indicate all business necessities ahead of time. Agile project management…

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    Product development processes A development process is a sequence of steps that an enterprise employs to conceive, design and commercialise a product. In this section the different product development processes are analysed and compared. From the analysis and comparison of the processes the most suited process will be chosen and adapted for the execution of this project. In this section, the product development processes the ‘Generic Process’ by Steven Eppinger, the ‘Stage Gate Process’ by…

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    CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CMS is an arrangement of programming request specifically used in making and overseeing advanced substance, Arman (2011) points out. Robertson(2015) portrays content administration framework as a program used to deal with the substance of a site while Harrison (2009) depicts CMS as a framework which empowers production of net content so essentially content of spots. HOW CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WORK Considering how Content Management System functions is important…

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    1.0 Construction After the submarine cable has been designed inch-perfect, it is the next step where skills of geography are required. The construction of a submarine communications cable is not an easy matter. Furthermore, it is not an inexpensive job too. Skills and knowledge are required by engineers and workers whom are laying down the submarine communications cable. To ensure that the millions of dollars invested on the cable do not go to waste, every single precaution step must be taken…

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    Abstract— improving performance of software, sites and services is a holy grail of software industry. A new approach for implementation of Poka-Yoke method in software performance engineering is proposed. Poka-Yoke is a mistake proofing technique used in product design. The effectiveness of Poka-Yoke in software development was evaluated using two case studies: product redesign mini-project given to six groups of students and a survey of online services in the software industry. Both…

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    LOC and FP estimation are distinct estimation techniques. Yet both have a number of characteristics in common. The project planner begins with a bounded statement of software scope and from this statement attempts to decompose software into problem functions that can each be estimated individually. LOC or FP is then estimated for each function. Alternatively, the planner may choose another component for sizing such as classes or objects, changes, or business Baseline productivity metrics (e.g.,…

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    outlet of the pond can be a problem as well. Therefore, the team will develop an alternative design outlet for the water of the pond. We also understand that the type of material is a constraint that will be analyzed by our clients. It was a requirement of the communities to use gravel as a temporary pavement material. Therefore, team would suggest using a more permanent pavement such as HMA however in order to minimize future costs. The connection to the Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge…

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