Resources - Coggle Diagram
Programmer/developer - They are in charge of the design, installation, testing and maintenance of software systems.
Tester - Review software requirements and test scenarios, execute tests on software and analyse test results on database impacts, errors or bugs, and usability
Database designer - responsible for defining the detailed database design, including tables, indexes, views, constraints, triggers, stored procedures, and other database-specific constructs
Operator - Uses equipment to assist with manufacturing, packaging, and other steps along a production line.
system analyst - They analyse and design techniques to solve business problems using information technology.
Customer - Buy products to help the company generate profits and grow
Project manager - has the overall responsibility for the successful initiation, planning, design, execution, monitoring, controlling and closure of a project.
Data is defined as facts or figures, or information that's stored in or used by a computer. An example of data is information collected for a research paper.
Project - Raising standards at QE for teaching and learning
Exam grades - useful as it shows how well the students are doing and if they need more help.
student feedback - shows the student views on the teachers and if their teachers are teaching their subject well with few problems
Ofsted reports - Helps show the college if they are doing well in teaching the students and could indicate if any improvements are needed
Planning a new high speed rail
Weather - Useful to know what the weather is usually like so that the right materials can be used
population of towns and cities - Useful to know so that they know which towns and cities to have the rail go through due to the higher populations.
Cost - Useful to know how much money is needed for everything so that they can get the right funding
Three places to get funding from
Investors will give out funding for a portion of the companies' profits
You can get funding from the public by getting donations from them if they like the product and think it is a good idea
Government funding for important projects like transport and healthcare
Three items of hardware useful for planning a project
Multiple workstations including printers and scanners to make sure that people have what they need to plan the project thoroughly
A digital projector so that people can present their ideas and information to the rest of the team
a centralised server so that everyone working on the project can save their plans all together
Project management software
Examples of software
Wrike - Keeps users up to date on their projects and has powerful reporting and analysis tools to write reports
Trello - Allows for a simplified way of making boards and charts with drag and drop items
Monday.com - Allows users to make Kanban boards, Gantt charts, and workflow automations for any type of project and works seamlessly with third party software