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May 14, 2011  8:22 AM

Four Critical Places To Ignore Quality And Invite Disaster In Your Software Project



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
Development, documentation, implementation, project management, QA, QC, Software Project

What happens if a requirement wrongly understood during study phase gets resulted into a mess at a later stage. Minor gaps can always be fixed at any stage of the project. But a requirement if changes 180 degrees after it has been built in the software application and then if...

December 14, 2009  10:00 AM

Ten Specialities Required in a Business Technology Analyst



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business analyst, business technical analyst, Development, documentation, process flow, project completion, project governance, project implementation, project installation, project release, requirement analysis, requirement gathering, technical analyst, test case, Test Plan, tester, testing

A clear cut difference is there between a Business Analyst and a Business Technology Analyst. In previous blog I mentioned the essential skills required in a business analyst. Here let us highlight the essential key skills required in a person to become a business technology analyst. Those are as...


December 11, 2009  10:00 AM

Twelve Core Qualities of a Business Analyst



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business analysis, business analyst, business expectation, business need, business process, business requirement, business skill, client relationship, documentation, functional issue, functional testing, integration testing, process flow, project management, project skill, requirement analysis, requirement gathering, Software Project, system analysis, technical issue, Test Plan, test strategy, UAT, user acceptance test

Business Analysis is the core of project management. It is the first major activity starting after project initiation requiring multifaceted skills. Some of the skills or qualities required are prime than the other. The prime qualities are those which make a...


August 17, 2009  1:00 PM

Dear software developer – what is your mileage?



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
developer, documentation, planning, software development, software requirement, software testing

I have two sets of developers. Both bunches contain quite considerable number of developers. Let us call it first set of developers and second set of developers. Both sets have their own unique way of functioning and performing. First set of developers work randomly with no documentation, no...


June 29, 2009  10:00 AM

Outsource in a software project without losing control over it



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
documentation, handholding, outsourcing, post implementation, project component, project control, project execution, project implementation, project management, project offload, project outsource, project phase, Project Planning, requirement analysis, requirement freezing, requirement gathering, software design, software development, Software Project, software testing, training

We learnt in earlier two posts about the strategic decision of a management to outsource a complete project or part(s) of a project depending on certain factors, and the factors respectively. In this post let us see at the various components of a project that are most widely outsourced or otherwise...


February 23, 2009  10:43 AM

Top 15 Pain Areas in a Software Project Lifecycle



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
approach and deliverables, customer requirements, Customer requirements understanding, documentation, Learning from Past, Measurement of Overrun, Methodology and Standards, methods, pain areas of a software project, Post implementation support, Project Repository, Project Status review, Quality – man, Risk analysis, Role clarity, software metrics, Software Project, Software Project Lifecycle, software project management, Team building, Version Control

Following are the top 15 pain areas of a software project. All points listed below appear somewhere or the other in a software project lifecycle. The ratio of pain from a particular below listed item may vary from project to project within an organization, and also from...


January 12, 2009  10:04 AM

Top 5 Quality killers in a software product



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business management, business requirements, customer requirements, defect free software, Development, documentation, Project Development, Project Lifecycle, project management, quality assurance, SDLC, software, software development, software quality, software quality assurance, software requirement, software testing

In software development project what matters most is the timely accurate delivery that gives the benefit of defect free product, customer satisfaction, profits, market edge, growth, motivation across the organization etc. All this is not easy to achieve having so many enemies in and outside the...


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