The article in this attachment explains you how you can submit an article to ezinearticles.com
Step by Step procedure to post articles to Article directories: (eg: EzineArticles.com)
1) Login to www.ezinearticles.com
2) Create an account by clicking on “start your free membership”
3) Fill all the details and activate your account.
4) After the account is successfully created, then go to login page and login with your username and password.
5) Now select a category and subcategory (in our case category: computers and technology, Subcategory: Software). And fill other details like TITLE, Article Summary, Article Body, Keyword, Author Resource box and preview the article, click I agree check box, and submit.
Usually it takes 3 to 4 days for an article to be reviewed by the ezine team and we can check the status by logging into our account anytime.
In the article body, normally you will make one or two keywords as hyperlinks and give your website link. Procedure is like this: select a text(your keyword, in this case, “System Analyst” and click on the hyperlink url button, a new pop up box will open there u give the url of the website u want and click OK.
That’s it, fill the author resource box and Submit the article.
Most important is check all the spellings and grammar mistakes, because article will not be accepted if there are any mistakes in spellings.
After submitting, click on Article Manager: Article Home. Here u will know the status of the article.
All the best
The systems development life cycle (SDLC), or Software Development Life Cycle in systems engineering, information systems and software engineering, the process of creation or modification of systems and models and methods that people use these systems. The term generally refers to computer or information.
In software engineering the concept underlying many types of SDLC methodologies of software development. These methods provide the framework for planning and control of the creation of an information system: the process of software development.
Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a process used by a systems analyst for an information system, including requirements, validation, development of training, and the user (stakeholder) property. Each SDLC should result in a high quality system that meets or exceeds customer expectations, completed within the time and cost estimates, works effectively and efficiently in current and future IT infrastructure, and is inexpensive to maintain and cost effective for strengthen.
Computer systems are complex and often (particularly with the recent emergence of Service-Oriented Architecture) link various traditional systems supplied by different vendors. To handle these complexities, a number of SDLC models or methodologies are made, as the “cascade”, “spiral”, Agile, rapid prototyping, “incremental” and “sync and stabilize”.
SDLC models can be described along a spectrum of agile iterative sequential order. Agile methodologies like XP and Scrum focus on lightweight processes that require rapid changes along the development cycle. Iterative methods like Rational Unified Process and Dynamic Systems Development Method, which focuses on the limited scope of the project and develop or improve products through multiple iterations. Sequential or big-design up front (BDUF) models such as Waterfall, focus on the full and proper planning of major projects and guide the risk to obtain good results and predictable . Other models, such as anamorphic development, tend to focus on one type of development that is driven by design iterations of the function of development and adaptation.
Project management of a project can be defined with a project life cycle (PLC) and a SDLC, where something different activities. According to Taylor (2004) “Life cycle of a project includes all activities of the project, the development cycle of systems designed to meet the requirements of the product.
The purpose of the analysis system is to determine where the problem is an attempt to solve the system. This step is to break the system into several pieces about the situation and conduct an analysis of the objectives of the project, breaking down what needs to be done and an attempt to users so that certain requirements can be defined in turn.
Requirements analysis sometimes requires individuals or groups of client and service sides to lay down detailed and precise, often involves a lot of communication and understand these needs. Collection requirement is the most crucial such as communication gaps arise at this stage, and this leads to validation errors and bugs in the software.
In the design of systems engineering functions and activities are described in detail, including screen layouts, business rules, process diagrams and other documentation. The output of this phase of the new system will be described as a set of modules or subsystems.
The design takes as the original entrance to the requirements of approved document requirements. For each requirement, a set of one or more design elements are produced as a result of interviews, seminars and / or prototype efforts.
Design elements describe the desired software features in detail, and usually functional hierarchy diagrams, screen layout diagrams, tables, business rules, business process diagrams, pseudo code, and a complete entity-relationship diagram with a complete data dictionary. These design elements are intended to use the software in sufficient detail so that experienced programmers can use the software with minimal additional input for developing the project description.
The code has been tested at various levels in testing the software. Unit testing, system and acceptance are often performed. This is a gray area that so many different opinions on what the final testing and how much if any iteration occurs. Iteration is not generally a part of the waterfall model, but usually what happens in this phase.