PRJ666 - Systems Implementation
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This is the final subject in the systems' stream in which students complete the development and implementation phase of a project. As part of a team, students will plan and manage the development of an actual system using project planning, system design, system implementation, and unit and system testing methodologies. Students will also integrate and apply the object-oriented concepts, tools and techniques learned in previous courses, and create appropriate documentation for the completed system.
1 credit for CPD/CPAC Diploma students.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Apply the object-oriented analysis design and development concepts acquired in previous systems courses to the implementation of a complete computer project which was planned in PRJ566
2. Develop procedures and systems documentation for the development of a computer system
3. Practice verbal and written communication skills as a member of a project implementation team
4. Apply the concepts, techniques and principles acquired in previous programming courses to the programming of a complete computer project
5. Devise and implement a testing strategy for all levels of testing
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