Product Life Cycle (PLC)

Software Development – Product Life Cycle

“Good analysis of the problem leads to a good design of the solution and
to decreased development time.”

1. Analysis

Analysis Stage
Analysis is the process of investigating a problem that you wish to solve with
your product.
Clearly define the problem that needs to be solved, the market niche that you
wish to feel, or the system you want to create and setting the scope of the
project.
Identify key sub components that compose of ...

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Mountain State Universtiy References

Mountain State University References

This page is devoted to list points of reference aquired during undergraduate studies in the field of computer science at Mountain State University. Each point of reference will list the class and method by which the references was aquired.

Unified Modeling Language
Fall I 2010 – CIS 120 – How to Program Java
Deitel – Java, How To Program 8th Edition (ISBN-13: 978-0-13-612371-2)
Deitel referenced the Unifed Modeling Language
http://www.uml.org
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Java Exception Handling

Java Exception Handling

Moutain State University Java Study Notes
(Week 1 CIS 220 Computer Science II)

Java exception handling is based in part on Andrew Koenig's and Bjarne
Stroustrup's paper, "Exception Handling for C++ (revised).
(Reference: A. Koenig, and B. Stroustrup, "Exception Handling for C++
(revised)." Proceedings of the Usenix C++ Conference, pp. 149-176, San
Francisco, April 1990.)

Only classes that extend THROWABLE (package.java.lang) dirctly or indirectly
can be used with exception handling.

Error Handling Overview Psuedocode

Perform a task

If the preceeding task did ...

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Entrepreneurship and Business Planning

Mountain State University Introduction to Business Assignment

Entrepreneurship and Business Planning

Small Business Case Study

Creating a business

Alys Navarro used to tutor her friends in math for free. She realized that
she was very effective at tutoring and has decided to create a math tutoring
business. She will not just try to explain the concepts, but will create a set
of questions that can help students determine whether they really understand the
concepts. She views this strategy as a competitive advantage over the ...

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Sunday Dress and a Polar Bear

Mountain State University Summer 2010 Semester English Assignment for week 5.

Essay assignment.

Sunday Dress and a Polar Bear

by Michael Stratton

The 21st century is plagued with men who wear dresses and woman that wrestle polar bears. Although it may sound biased to say such a thing, in all actuality, I am simply stating the facts.

The statement “woman that wrestles polar bears”, simply implies that the woman of today can easily do some of the jobs previously dominated by men. In the essay ...

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Software Company CEO

Mountain State University Summer 2010 Semester English Journal Checkpoint Assignment for week 5.

Essay assignment.

Software Company CEO

The CEO of a successful software company is guaranteed an extremely lucrative pay scale. The time and effort to become the CEO of a successful software company is great, and the time and effort involved in continuing any success is greater yet.

Many of the world’s greatest CEO’s were software programmers before they became business executives, some even who dropped out of college. Although billionaires Bill ...

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Honey Bees & Human Hair

Mountain State University Summer 2010 Semester English Assignment for week 3.

The readings by Klagsbrun and Lott rely on anecdotes, or brief stories, to portray a family member. Write an essay (2-3 paragraphs) in which you use two or three brief anecdotes to characterize one of your family members (Moseley & Harris, p. 136).

 

Honey Bees & Human Hair

Horror and laughter are emotions that are rarely shared. Bee nests and human hair serve a common purpose, as they both meet the needs ...

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Compiled and Interpreted Programs

Mountain State University Systems Architecture Discussion Assignment

Discussion Compiled and Interpreted Programs

Our assignment was to compare and contrast the execution of compiled programs to interpreted programs in terms of CPU and memory utilization.

Compiled Program
For most programming languages, there are four source code instruction types:
1. Data Declarations
Defines the name and data type of one or more program variables. When a compiler reads a data declaration, it allocates memory to store data item. The amount of ...

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