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PM, Process, and PSDP Most Read KB Posts

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Most Read KB Articles Since 3/28/2008

PM, Process, and PSDP Group

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Mike Prestwood
1. Process: Software Artifacts The term software artifact has a general meaning in software development process. Several processes have used this term as part of their process. This article focuses on both the general definition and a specific implementation in PSDP Online.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Analysis
11 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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Scott Wehrly
2. Project Management - The Feasibility Phase An overview of the PSDP feasibility phase.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Project Management
13 years ago, and updated 12 years ago

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Mike Prestwood
3. PSDP Phases compared to UML Workflows Brief summary of how UML workflows map to the PSDP phases.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP General
16 years ago, and updated 12 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Patricia.E )

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4. Prestwood Software Development Process Description of PSDP.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP General
16 years ago, and updated 12 years ago

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5. QC: PSDP Change Management Procedure

This change management procedure is specific to Prestwood Software Development Process (PSDP).  PSDP is our free process we maintain and distribute as well as use with our own clients. Althought this is specific to PSDP, you can read it with an eye toward your own change management procedure. Do you use version control software? Do you use promotion groups?

Posted to KB Topic: PSDP & Process
12 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
(1 Comments , last by lageenterprises)

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Mike Prestwood
6. PSDP Checkpoints

A checkpoint is NOT a task, but rather a milestone. A point in the project that marks significant progress. Although PSDP contains many standard checkpoints, the executive sponsor and project manager must agree on the checkpoints they wish to track. Once established, tasks can be associated with a checkpoint and you can easily view what tasks are completed per checkpoint and what checkpoints do NOT have tasks established yet.

Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Checkpoints
11 years ago, and updated 10 years ago
(4 Comments , last by Andrew.M2 )

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Mike Prestwood
7. PSDP Items A task, requirement item, design item, test script, or defect. Generically you could refer to items in PSDP as software artifacts (especially requirement items, design items, and test scripts). A PSDP Artifact is a feature that links to together a task, requirement item, design item, and test script.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP & Process
11 years ago

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Adam Lum
8. My Tickets Overview An introduction to the Prestwood ticket system.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP General
13 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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9. Change Orders When should I execute a change order on a time and material project?
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Change Orders
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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Mike Prestwood
10. Waterfall Process With the waterfall approach to developing software, one phase of the development cycle follows the other and the user is involved only at the beginning during the requirements gathering phase and at the end during the acceptance phase. The requirements gathering in the waterfall approach is critical and unless it is 100 percent perfect, the project will fall short. Other processes, including PSDP, involve the end user throughout the process ensuring a better outcome.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP & Process
12 years ago

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PM, Process, and PSDP Group

  KB Article    

Mike Prestwood
1. PSDP Phases compared to UML Workflows Brief summary of how UML workflows map to the PSDP phases.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP General
16 years ago, and updated 12 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Patricia.E )

KB Post
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Mike Prestwood
2. Process: Software Artifacts The term software artifact has a general meaning in software development process. Several processes have used this term as part of their process. This article focuses on both the general definition and a specific implementation in PSDP Online.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Analysis
11 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

Article
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
17503
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Mike Prestwood
3. Prestwood Software Development Process Description of PSDP.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP General
16 years ago, and updated 12 years ago

KB Post
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Mike Prestwood
4. PSDP Artifact In PSDP Online, a PSDP Artifact links together a task, requirement item, design item, and test script all with the same name and associated with the same project category (if used). You can edit a PSDP artifact as a whole or expand any of the four linked items to include more details. A PSDP artifact simplifies some of the complexities of working with linked items. For example, you get workflow with the linked task, and actors and status of the other items at the artifact level. When you change the artifact name or category, all four items are updated. When you link an actor to an artifact, the requirement item, design item, and test script are updated. The same is true when you change the project/app status.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Artifacts
11 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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Mike Prestwood
5. QC: PSDP Change Management Procedure

This change management procedure is specific to Prestwood Software Development Process (PSDP).  PSDP is our free process we maintain and distribute as well as use with our own clients. Althought this is specific to PSDP, you can read it with an eye toward your own change management procedure. Do you use version control software? Do you use promotion groups?

Posted to KB Topic: PSDP & Process
12 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
(1 Comments , last by lageenterprises)

Article
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Mike Prestwood
6. PSDP 1 Page Overview Printable one page overview of PSDP.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP General
16 years ago, and updated 13 years ago

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Mike Prestwood
7. Proof of Concept (POC)

Guidelines for create proof of concepts (POCs).

Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Development
10 years ago

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Mike Prestwood
8. Actor (PSDP Online) In PSDP Online, an actor is a UML Actor, role, or person that interfaces with the system you are building. When establishing actors of your system, do not think in terms of a specific person, think in terms of their role. Do not name an actor the name of the person filling the role. If Bob is our Sales Clerk, name your actor Sales Clerk (not Bob).
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Analysis
11 years ago

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Scott Wehrly
9. Project Management - The Feasibility Phase An overview of the PSDP feasibility phase.
Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Project Management
13 years ago, and updated 12 years ago

Article
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17256
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Mike Prestwood
10. PSDP Checkpoints

A checkpoint is NOT a task, but rather a milestone. A point in the project that marks significant progress. Although PSDP contains many standard checkpoints, the executive sponsor and project manager must agree on the checkpoints they wish to track. Once established, tasks can be associated with a checkpoint and you can easily view what tasks are completed per checkpoint and what checkpoints do NOT have tasks established yet.

Posted to KB Topic: PSDP Checkpoints
11 years ago, and updated 10 years ago
(4 Comments , last by Andrew.M2 )

Definition
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13044
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