Step 3 Analysis of existing & future system (Software Developer)…
Step 3 Analysis of existing & future system
Installation of the software once tested
Limited disk space available to install the software package remotely
Remove duplicate files or programs that company no longer uses through a disk clean up
Connect a external hard drive to run it smoothly
Run the task manager to see if the CPU working properly and not over heating. If there are many background applications exist shut them down.
Install the software in safe mode
Upgrade the RAM on the machine to double its size .
Discuss information in standalone meeting with project manager
Make a mind map or bullet point notes from the meeting
Ask frequent questions to grasp information better
Discontent with whats spoken during the meeting
Argue a point concisely and deal positively with conflicting views
Meeting is not well structured
Plan ahead before the meeting by laying out how much time to devote to each topic
Ensure the ambitions are clear right from the beginning on how you want the final result of the meeting to look like.
Provide the Finance Department with lists of computing resources that are required be ordered to help maintain high levels of excellence
Product of interest temporarily out of stock
Use the list of substitute products to purchase the nearest alternative to the one interested.
Find out of stock patterns so that in the future they can be purchased earlier
There a deficit in budget funding to accept order requests
Explain the bigger picture to the finance department and see if they can work a way around it
Write end user documentation and FAQ for the software built
Missing key elements such as a glossary or contents page in the documentation
Update the missing parts and send it over again
Software developer assumes knowledge readers don't possess and the terminology used is far to technical.
Get the documentation peer reviewed from other members of the staff before handing over.
Look at previews successful user documentation and try an comply the same writing standards when documenting information for current target audience.
Analyse user specification and convert requirements to design front-end graphical user interface using mock up software
Overly complex layouts that make the information from the design hard to assimilate
Add white space to the design if its to cluttered and not very easy to read
Portray the functional areas of the software clearly with appropriate graphical elements
Translate Gestalt laws perception into the user interface design
Use an information hierarchy to help with the layout
Wiring up basic hardware infrastructure in the business
Inconsistent labelling on different wires
Label wires based on destination
Colour coordinate the wires
Label terminal blocks that hold the wires
Disorganised Tangled wires
Tie the cables with Reusable millepede cable ties
Shorten the cable length if its too long
Purchase cable clips and screw them on walls
At the beginning of every business quarter, deliver a presentation to visitors on emerging softwares and ongoing projects
Not enough use of eye contact with the audience listening
After important points look for the person’s body language to what you’ve just said.
Preparation and practice difficulties
Practice by recording multiple times to check on speed and enunciation of voice.
Space out practice rather than cramming it all in the day before.
Use a timer when rehearsing because the rule of thump here is to keep it short, simple and to the point.
Congested with to much text in one slide
If the software developer needs all the text from that slide then add it on the speaker notes below.
Filter key words on the presentation and elaborate on it when talking
Software maintenance in Kolak Smart Foods only once up and running
The Senior Software Developer does not have a swift method for updating patches to newer security treats
The Senior Software Developer contacts other organisations who experienced this incident
The Senior Software Developer can seek information on methods of patching with other security experts from the British computing society