HW 2 - Manuel Vilaroig Soriano HW 5 Chapter 17 3. They are...

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Manuel Vilaroig Soriano – HW 5 Chapter 17 3. – They are not recommended to use on large business systems where teams are distributed in different places and where hardware and software interactions are complex. They also shouldn’t be used on critical systems development, systems where is required to specify a detailed analysis of all the requirements for understanding their safety or security implications. 4. – Advantages and disadvantages of using stories written on cards: Perspective Results Communication + The customer can easily follow the implementation of stories from a remote office using Storymanager tool. + Color codes can be used to visualize the status of the story/task on computer screen. – The Storymanager system or printed story/task reports do not make it easy to see the overall status (“big picture”) of a project. Documentation + Manual stories or task cards need not be archived separately. – Tasks can contain just text description. – Reports are not clear (layout and font size). Ease-to-use + It is easy to manage stories and tasks (modification). + Stories and tasks are easily accessible in electronic format. – General usability of the tool is not good. – Moving tasks between stories is difficult. Functionality + Integration to Eclipse enables easy access to tool and information. + Tool provides reliable means to store, modify and retrieve information.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CS 4323 taught by Professor Dr.li during the Fall '07 term at Oklahoma State.

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HW 2 - Manuel Vilaroig Soriano HW 5 Chapter 17 3. They are...

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