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ISYS 1108作业代做、Software课程作业代写、Python编程

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ISYS 1108作业代做、Software课程作业代写、Python编程
School of Science
ISYS 1108
Software Engineering Project Management
Team-Based Assignment: Part 2
Assessment Type: In a group of 5-6 (no individual submissions will be accepted).
Assignment artefacts, except Sprint planning and retro notes: Submit online via Canvas → Assignments → Team-based
Assignment, Part 2. Clarifications/updates may be made via announcements/relevant discussion forums.
Contributions Form: Submit online via Canvas → Assignments → Team-based Assignment → Contributions Form. Each
student will receive a final mark Based on a final mark for the project and their individual contribution.
Due date for the Assignment submission: 23:59, 18th October 2020 (Sunday of Week 12).
Unless special consideration has been granted, the late penalty is 10% of the total mark for the assessment per business
day late for up to 5 business days late (so the maximum late penalty is 50%). Submissions more than 5 days late are not
accepted.
Due date for the Contributions Form submission: 23:59, 18th October 2019 (Sunday of Week 12).
Weighting: 40 points (worth 30% of the total score, i.e., 1 point = 1% of the total score)
1. Overview
In this assignment, you continue working in the same team and on the same scenario as you did in Team-based Assignment, Part 1.
When you start working on the team-based assignment:
1) If you have questions on the assignment tasks and/or the corresponding course material, you might
• bring these questions to weekly feedback sessions held by lecturer, or
• post them in the discussion board Written Group Assignment folder, or
• come to the Assignment feedback sessions.
Please prepare your Questions for the session properly, as this is planned not as pre-check of your work before you
submit, but as opportunity to answer your questions on the material and to clarify your doubts.
2) Your team must perform 3 sprints To complete the software development. Here is what needs to be done:
• Each sprint must start with a sprint planning meeting. To start Sprint 1 properly, you need to have a complete Product
Backlog (you can refine it over the Sprints 1-3). This is where your team will get together and decide which features are
to be completed in the sprint. The subsequent sprint planning meetings will also need to focus on carry over from the
previous sprints.
• At the end of each sprint you are to produce potentially shippable product and corresponding Scrum artefacts.
• Sprint 1: Weeks 7+8, Sprint 2: Weeks 9+10, Sprint 3: Weeks 11+12
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3) Each of the sprint you will require to have:
• Sprint planning notes
• Sprint backlog
• Sprint retro notes
• Potentially shippable product (including all the test cases)
 as well as update your burn-down chart and product backlog.
The first three items are easy to produce as they will pdf documents (based on Word and Excel templates) however the
proof of potentially shippable product is a bit tricky: Whatever you produce at the end of the sprint, keep those files
separate in a directory and when you start the new sprint, make a copy of those files and work on the new set of copied
files, i.e., DO NOT overwrite the set of files from the earlier sprint. If you do, there will be no proof of what you produced
at the end of the sprint.
We also encourage you to use github for version control.
2. Assessment Criteria
This assessment will determine your ability to:
1. Follow Scrum methodology to manage a software development project, also using project management tools.
2. Create corresponding Scrum artefacts and write relevant documentation by recalling concepts taught in class,
understanding and applying concepts relevant to solution, analysing components of the problem, evaluating different
approaches.
3. Ability to provide references where due.
4. Meeting deadlines.
5. Seeking clarification from your “supervisor” (tutor) when needed via discussion forums.
3. Learning Outcomes
This assessment is Relevant to the following Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):
• CLO 1: Illustrate a working knowledge of how to plan, execute and close projects to required standards
• CLO 2: Use a range of proprietary and non-proprietary project management tools to carry out and report on your team
projects
• CLO 3: Use project management frameworks that ensure successful outcomes
• CLO 4: Analyse and apply critical project management concepts, such as: Why Projects Fail; Project Governance and
Methodologies; Software Development Life Cycles – From Waterfall to Agile; Software Engineering Fundamentals; Software
Requirements Engineering as basis for Project Management; Hybrid methodologies; Planning and Scheduling; Risk and
Issues Management; Quality Assurance; Change Management; Release Management; Service Delivery and Support; The
Team Dynamic; Collaboration and Communication skills; Organisations, People and Culture
• CLO 5: Apply critical analysis, problem solving, and team facilitation skills to software engineering project management
processes using real-world scenarios.
4. Assessment details
Note: Please ensure that you have read sections 1-3 of this document before going further.
Marking Guide: Please check the marking rubrics on the last page. 
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Important:
1) Each of the documents will also be marked for its professional presentation and writing standards.
2) Only artefacts submitted in Canvas within the ZIP file will be considered for marking. Any artefacts uploaded to external
resources (e.g., Google Drive) or links to ClickUp, github, etc. cannot be considered for marking.
Your group must submit ONE zipped file. The following directory structure must be used to create file system for submission:
• Product Backlog (use the provided template, submit in PDF format)
• Sprint Backlogs for Sprints 1, 2, and 3 (use the provided template, submit in PDF format)
• Burn-down chart (use the provided template, submit in PDF format)
• 3 demo-videos, presenting the shippable product increments of each sprint and the corresponding flow over the three sprints,
as well as challenges faced by group and how were they solved
• Video on how the Team selected their DoD and performed testing according to it, with examples
• One PDF file, where the following documents are collected together (use the provided template, create PDFs of each Word file,
and then glue them together):
• Sprint Planning Notes for Sprint 1,
• Sprint Retro Notes for Sprint 1,
• Sprint Planning Notes for Sprint 2,
• Sprint Retro Notes for Sprint 2,
• Sprint Planning Notes for Sprint 3, and
• Sprint Retro Notes for Sprint 3.
• Sprint 1
• Product (a directory containing all code of the potentially shippable product at the end of the sprint)
• Test cases and results of testing:
o in the case of manual testing – a spread sheet containing all test cases to test the Product developed within Sprint
1 and the corresponding test results (use the provided template, submit in PDF format);
o in the case of automated testing – corresponding code and videos of its execution.
• Sprint 2
• Product
• Test cases and results of testing
• Sprint 3
• Product
• Test cases and results of testing
In the case you prefer to use ClickUp for this project, you have to create a directory containing ClickUp screeshots of your board,
which cover all elements That present product and sprint backlogs (instead of submitting the corresponding templates). Your
backlogs will be marked based on these screenshots only, so failure to provide all required data might lead to losing marks for the
corresponding rubrics.
5. Referencing guidelines
What: This is a group assignment and all submitted contents must be your own. If you have used sources of information other than
the contents directly under Canvas → Modules, you must give acknowledge the sources and give references using IEEE referencing
style.
Where: Add a code comment near the work to be referenced and include the reference in the IEEE style.
How: To generate a valid IEEE style reference, please use the citethisforme tool if unfamiliar with this style. Add the detailed
reference before any relevant code (within code comments).
6. Submission format
It is the responsibility of each student in the team ton check the files are submitted correctly. Please verify that your submission is
correctly submitted by downloading what you have submitted to see if the files include the correct contents.
Submit one .zip file online via Canvas → Assignments → Team-based Assignment, Part 2 → Team-based Assignment 2. 
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7. Academic integrity and plagiarism (standard warning)
Academic integrity is about honest presentation of your academic work. It means acknowledging the work of others while
developing your own insights, knowledge and ideas. You should take extreme care that you have:
• Acknowledged words, data, diagrams, models, frameworks and/or ideas of others you have quoted (i.e. directly copied),
summarised, paraphrased, discussed or mentioned in your assessment through the appropriate referencing methods,
• Provided a reference list of the publication details so your reader can locate the source if necessary. This includes material
taken from Internet Sites.
If you do not acknowledge the sources of your material, you may be accused of plagiarism because you have passed off the work
and ideas of another person without appropriate referencing, as if they were your own.
RMIT University treats plagiarism as a very serious offence constituting misconduct. Plagiarism covers a variety of inappropriate
behaviours, including:
• Failure to properly document a source
• Copyright material from the internet or databases
• Collusion between students
For further information on our policies and procedures, please refer to the University website.
8. Assessment declaration
When you submit work Electronically, you agree to the assessment declaration.
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9. Rubric/assessment criteria for marking
Excellent Good Needs improvement Inadequate
Product (max. 6 points)
3 shippable product increments that
should be done according to the DoD
(evidence of performed testing should
be provided)
6 points
Three potentially shippable product
increments have been successfully
demonstrated. Each increment is done wrt.
DoD, corresponding testing results
demonstrated.
4 points
Something was amiss, read marker's notes.
Overall you did a good job, reasonable testing
results demonstrated. You could have missed
out on - one of potentially shippable product
increment.
2 points
Lots of improvement needed. Please
read marker's notes.
0 points
You did not cover any of the requisite
points. You have not demonstrated any
of the shippable product(s)
Demos (max. 9 points)
3 demo-videos, presenting the shippable
product increments of each sprint and
the corresponding flow over the three
sprints, as well as challenges faced by
group and how were they solved.
9 points
Three potentially shippable product
increments have been successfully
demonstrated by video-demos (4-5 minutes
each), the flow of increments is clear, the
scenarios are well selected.
6 points
Good in most regards. Missing few points,
please check Marker's remarks.
3 points
Lots of improvement needed. Please
read marker's notes.
0 points
You have missed the point. There are
either too many mistakes (in which case
please read marker's comments) OR
this has not been submitted.
Product Backlog
(max. 5 points)
It will be checked for - its completeness -
logic and context (does it make sense?)
and, - professional layout
5 points
Excellent in all Regards. The document is
complete, contextual and cohesive. It makes
sense and reflects the work demonstrated
by the team in demo-videos.
3.5 points
Good in most regards. Missing few points,
please check marker's remarks.
2 points
There are a lot of issues here starting
with the misplaced content, obvious lack
of completeness with respect to the
scenario. Some of what you have written
seems out of context and place.
0 points
You have Missed the point. There are
either too many mistakes (in which case
please read marker's comments) OR
this has not been submitted
Sprint Backlogs
(max. 6 points)
3 sprint backlogs. It will be checked for -
its completeness - logic and context
(does it make sense?) and, - professional
layout
6 points
Excellent in all regards. The document is
complete, contextual and cohesive. It makes
sense and reflects the work demonstrated
by the team in demo-videos.
4 points
Good in Most regards. Missing few points,
please check marker's remarks. Always check
the final submission for layout, spell check and
redundant/missing information.
2 points
There are a lot of issues here starting
with the misplaced content, obvious lack
of completeness in terms of content.
Some of what you have written seems
out of context and place.
0 points
You have missed the point. There are
either too many mistakes (in which case
please read marker's comments) OR
this has not Been submitted
Quality Assurance (max. 8 points)
Video on how the team selected their
DoD and performed testing according to
it, with examples
8 points
Excellent in all regards. The video (7-10
minutes) demonstrate reasonable
justification of the selected DoD as well as
how exactly each of the performed testing
types was conducted.
5 points
Good in most regards. Missing few points,
please check marker's remarks.
3 points
Missing justification for selected DoD, or
the video does not cover all testing
types, or the video is much longer /
shorter then requested.
0 points
You have Missed the point. There are
either too many mistakes (in which case
please read marker's comments) OR
this has not been submitted.
Sprint planning and retrospective
(max. 6 points)
Notes for each sprint. It will be checked
for - its completeness - logic and context
(does it make sense?) and, - professional
layout
6 points
Excellent in all regards. The documents are
complete, contextual and cohesive. It makes
sense and reflects the work demonstrated
by the team in Demo-videos.
4 points
Good in most regards. Missing few points,
please check marker's remarks. Always check
the final submission for layout, spell check and
redundant/missing information.
2 points
There are a lot of issues here starting
with the misplaced content, obvious lack
of completeness in terms of content, or
some notes are Missing. Some of what
you have written seems out of context
and place.
0 points
You have missed the point. There are
either too many mistakes (in which case
please read marker's comments) OR
this has not Been submitted
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