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Gold plating (software engineering)

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Gold plating in software engineering or Project Management (or time management in general) refers to continuing to work on a project or task well past the point where the extra effort is worth the value it adds (if any). 249 more words

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Principal Oracle Financials Systems Analyst-very competitive base + bonus

Perm role in Greater Boston, MA area

My client is growing and is seeking the following:

We are looking for a versatile and motivated Principal Systems Analyst with significant Oracle E-Business Suite experience. 318 more words

Requirements requirements

I have learned over time that the requirements are the single most important thing in the development process.  I have seen time and time again users who had only a general idea of what they needed only to complain that it was the IT department fault.   67 more words

General

Cognizant’s Basel III Compliance Accelerator powered by ZDLC

Overview

Basel compliance is a far-reaching set of activities touching multiple parts of a global bank; this solution pertains specifically to data traceability.

Too see how it works, see these videos of the tool in action. 658 more words

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Fear of leaving the shore

Choosing the right methodology for your company? Agile or SDLC – it doesn’t matter as long as everything is going fine.
Questions arise when things start going wrong in the organization. 197 more words

Agile

Discovering Agile Application Lifecycle Management

When I was researching Agile Application Lifecycle Management, I realized that there is no standard definition of it. About 80 to 100 vendors offer 500+, what they call “Agile ALM solutions or part of their ALM offerings”. 292 more words

Agile ALM

Security threat - Security misconfiguration

Good security requires having a secure configuration defined and deployed for the application, frameworks, application server, web server, database server, and platform. Secure settings should be defined, implemented, and maintained, as defaults are often insecure. 633 more words

Security