This book expands on VB6 UML Design and Development to provide a complete guide to properly oversee VB projects. The methodology is illustrated in practice by a real Windows DNA application - from identifying the goals of the client, through the design and development of the application, to its final deployment and distribution. Risk management is demonstrated with a risk tracking example. The methodology centers on work teams with the four phases of cyclic methodology and the issue of resource allocation tackled. Major technical concepts are introduced so project managers can see how different frameworks can affect the design and technology of a project. As the range of complex, and diverse enterprise wide concerns and activities increase the need to centralize control grows. With multi-tier and n-tier applications, developers are required to build even more complex systems. Therefore the need for project management increases. Visual Basic is one of the most popular software development environments. However VB projects are not always designed properly and therefore prone to fail. By following a project through all phases this will enable the entire process of professional softwarThe technology is definitely moving toward building fnternet and intranet solutions, and our Visual Basic applications ... We can create one application, which presents each user with forms that are appropriate for the tasks they need to perform.
|Title||:||Professional Visual Basic Project Management|
|Publisher||:||Wrox Press - 1999|