Conclusion

The objective for this chapter was to implement several image-processing functionalities that enable the user to alter the image on the pixel level. All required functionality that was scheduled for this iteration went through the core workflows: requirements, analysis, design, implementation, and test. The implementation was run, and initial unit testing was performed. In addition, we updated the project planning documents. The code documentation was generated, and the project is ready for the end of iteration review.

8.7.1 Review

Based on the goals set for this iteration, we review the following work artifacts to decide whether the project can proceed to the next iteration.

  • Requirements: Refine the requirements and system scope.
  • Analysis: Analyze the requirements by describing what the system does.
  • Design: Develop the design of the functionality implemented in this iteration by using UML.
  • Implementation: Implement the required functionality.
  • Test: Unit-test the implemented features.

All these criteria have been fulfilled, so the project can move on to the next iteration in the construction phase.

Before we move on, however, we update the defect tracking sheet because one of the developers identified a scenario in which the application crashes. This defect is set to high priority and is scheduled to be fixed in the eighth iteration.





. NET-A Complete Development Cycle
.NET-A Complete Development Cycle
ISBN: 0321168828
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