IFR_TEMPLATE - 6 If you were to impose three(3...

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CEN 3031:Introduction to Software Engineering Fall 2011.  Final Exam Due: December 7 th , 2011,  11:59 PM Instructions: 1. Submission should be made in less than three pages.  2. 11pt, Times roman 3. Submit a hard copy during your discussion session.  1. Self-evaluation question: Evaluate your performance on a scale of 1 to 10 and justify your  answer. 2. Consider the software engineering process of yours, summarize what is done, and suggest  possible improvements at each stage: a. Requirements Spec. b. Design c. Implementation   3. What feature of the final product is the strongest, which one is the weakest, justify? 4. Evaluate your product on the criteria of the features of good software. a. Maintainability b. Dependability c. Efficiency d. Usability 5. Describe the communication tools used in your project and explain why they were  efficient/inefficient. How you think they made your team interaction easier and in what way?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. If you were to impose three (3) policies (that your team is expected to confirm to) at the beginning of the term to make your project better, what would they be? 7. What did you learn about being a team member/leader? How did you deal with lack of motivation in your group? 8. From a scale of 1 to 10, where do you find your contribution aligned (1 = least, 10 = Most). Qualitatively justify your contribution and scale. 9. What were the top three (3) roadblocks you faced while working on project? Few examples – hard to manage team members, communication etc. Did your performance affected? If yes, what would you do to avoid it happening in future?...
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