Altiora Software Quality Publications produce a range of easy-to-use project management 'How To' documents. These industrial-strength step-by-step guides cover the IT development lifecycle from requirements definition, software specifications, design, project plan, quality plan, configuration management plan, test plan, implementation plan, through to user documentation production. They are basically plain-English, simplifed versions of the relevant IEEE standards.
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These publications are written by David Tuffley, an academic at Griffith University and Senior Consultant with the Software Quality Institute, a leading technology transfer agency based at Griffith. David combines academic rigor with an easy-to-read style. David believes people everywhere should have access to the best, most up-to-date information, as he outlines in this video:
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These useful how to guides have been developed in support of commercial software quality consulting activities. They use the 'sell don't tell' approach to software quality management. The author has produced a set of tools that project staff want to use because there is less effort in using an easy to understand template than there is to develop documents from scratch. These documents have formed the basis of a successful software quality consulting career.
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Two brief (~10 pages each) how to guides can be downloaded for free..
They are useful and relevant to any software development project and are intended to give prospective buyers of the full featured range of TCS how to guides an indication of their quality and usefulness.
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