Nothing is impossible for the person who doesn't have to do it himself.
The sooner you begin coding the later you finish.
Any project can be estimated accurately (once it's completed).
The most valuable and least used WORD in a project manager's vocabulary is "NO".
The most valuable and least used PHRASE in a project manager's vocabulary is "I don't know".
It takes one woman nine months to have a baby. It cannot be done in one month by impregnating nine women.
You can con a sucker into committing to an impossible deadline, but you cannot con him into meeting it.
At the heart of every large project is a small project trying to get out.
If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything.
Software Requirements and Project Management covers skills that are required to ensure successful medium and large scale software projects. It examines Requirements Elicitation, Project Management, Verification and Validation, and Management of Large Software Engineering Projects. At the completion of this unit, students are able to select and apply requirements engineering techniques for the elicitation, analysis, specification, verification and evolution of software requirements; select and apply project management techniques for process modelling, planning, estimation, process metrics and risk management; perform software verification and validation using inspections, design and execution of system test cases.Unit coordinator: Professor Mark Reynolds
|Assessment||% of final mark||Assessment Dates|
|Research Review||5%||5pm, Fri Sept 14.|
|Mid-semester test||10%||3pm Thu, Sept 20|
|Research Project||15%||5pm, Wed, Oct 24|
|Final exam||70%||End of Semester Examination Period|