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1 SE3191: Welcome to the SDL Winter Dr. Rob Hasker Dr. Mark Hornick

2 SDL = SE SE SE SE real project Pulls many previous courses together Projects are large with both short and long-term deliverables Requires real-world practices Builds teamwork skills Uses real-world processes With some learning-specific adaptations

3 Predefined process frameworks help teams work together Scrum is a framework that is characterized by: Short development cycles (sprints) Dedication to performance and quality Self-directed teams/shared responsibilities Process discipline In SDL, not all Scrum elements are reproducible Product owner  Project sponsor/stakeholder Scrum Master  Instructor Shared Responsibility  Specialization In SDL, we also include additional process elements not always found in classic Scrum: – Instructor mentoring – Roles/Responsibilities (more later) – Grading

4 Planning & Reporting– Atlassian Jira

5 What do you produce? Product Code Tests Documents Project Plans Designs Reports Process Time/work logs Retrospectives Status Updates People s/Communication Minutes Reviews (Code etc)

6 Grading Policy Process This part of your grade is based on how well you work within the context of the SDL Agile framework. 40% Project and Product This part of your grade is based on what you produce. 40% People This part of your grade is based on how productively you use SDL time and being an effective team member. 20% Total100% See the SDL Grading page on Confluence for details

7 Attendance Policy Consider the SDL as a work environment, where attendance, timeliness, and productivity are important. – Unexcused absences are not permitted unless you clear them with your instructor beforehand. If you don't show up for SDL, you may be "fired". – Arriving late to the SDL or leaving early must be approved by your instructor. Chronic (repeated) lateness or truancy will affect your grade negatively or result in a failing grade. If you are late, you will be marked “absent” until you take action You are required to notify your team (via the team address) of any lateness or absence.

8 How to succeed in the SDL Communicate – Ask questions – Always make sure others know what you are doing Discipline – Meet your weekly and long-term deliverables On-time When you’re in the SDL, your “at your job” Hard work – This class is just as important as others – MSOE culture = 3-4 hrs/credit, or 9-12 hours/wk for SDL You must contribute equitably to your team’s project Work in the best interests of your team and sponsor

9 Meetings Lab meetings – Infrequent and short – Address team-wide issues/questions/concerns Instructor meetings – Weekly – Meeting minutes have to be posted on Confluence Daily Scrum meetings – Every time you meet – Weekly Status reports have to be posted on the Confluence wiki. Stakeholder meetings – As specified by the sponsor/stakeholder or as needed. – You will be responsible for arranging these, but get help from your instructor when you have problems. – Meeting minutes have to be posted on Confluence

10 Logistics and Tools  24/7 card access to SDL  Verify that you have access  Altassian JIRA/Confluence   Git/Bitbucket for DVCS   Jenkins/TeamCity for build    VM’s for development  url’s specific to your team/project  You need to install any tools specific to your project (C++, PHP, Python, C#, Tomcat, Rails, etc.).  You’ll be given shell access  You need to learn some linux

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