Implementation Phase; Research

Implementation Phase.

Implementation Phase
Implementation Phase
Resource:

The module “Getting the Most From Your Sprints” of the Plural sight course “Scrum Master Fundamentals – Foundations” with Jeremy Jarrell

Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One. The Director of Software Engineering for the company has determined that you will use an Agile approach for development of the program, including the phase of the program.

The Director has asked you to present to the rest of the team, including your intern, the phase for the program development.

Create a PowerPoint® presentation containing 14 to 16 slides, including an introduction and conclusion slide and detailed speaker notes, that includes the following:
  • A brief explanation of the Agile model and how an implementation phase works within the model
  • An example of a software management tool that can be used as you implement the design
  • A description of at least three user stories that will be critical to the design process
  • At least three technical design specifications for the program
  • A brief description of what a Scrum Master does in the phase
  • A simple illustration of a sprint used in the phase

Cite all sources using APA guidelines.

Networking Configurations Response

Networking Configurations.

Networking Configurations
Networking Configurations
For my first Post I will like to talk about networking configurations:

Networking Configurations are one of the most important part of the IT world.

We can find networking configurations in most the workplaces environments. In order to have communications between computers is require to have a network and it have to be configure.

I will like to post information that I found about networking configurations types:

“There are several different types of computer networks.

Computer networks can be characterized by their size as well as their purpose.

The size of a network can be expressed by the geographic area they occupy and the number of computers that are part of the network.

Networks can cover anything from a handful of devices within a single room to millions of devices spread across the entire globe.

Some of the different networks based on size are:
  • Personal area network, or PAN
  • Local area network, or LAN
  • Metropolitan area network, or MAN
  • Wide area network, or WAN (Study.com, 2018) “

When referring about networks I like to highlight of the importance of the VPN connections.

VPNs is secure connection to a specific servers on the network that keep the connection safe and secure to individual with the appropriate rights and access with the network.

Companies around the world uses a type of connections from home (called citric) which enable Remote Desktop access to company’s networks in order to work from home or any place that is outside physically from the work place.

There is so much that can be describe about this topic. Co-Students please read and lest start the discussion.

Reference:

https://study.com/academy/lesson/types-of-networks-lan-wan-wlan-man-san-pan-epn-vpn.html

Configuring IP Settings; Connecting To A Network

Configuring IP Settings.

Configuring IP Settings
Configuring IP Settings

Prepare an initial researched and cited discussion response early in the week about the topic, Configuring IP Settings, and follow with at least two researched and cited replies to other class members or your instructor.

Please provide complete, well designed and substantive (150 words or more) responses in the discussion.

Research and APA references are necessary for every post. Wikipedia is not an acceptable resource, nor is your textbook.

The purpose of the discussion is to go BEYOND the material covered in the text.

Post a minimum of three (3) meaningful, researched and cited contributions each week.

When there are high-quality posts submitted in the discussion, then, there is a better chance for a high-quality grade.

Any minimum work deserves a minimum reward.

The 5 x 4 grading rubric …

[5 Performance Levels: Incompetent (60%), Novice (70%), Pertinent (80%), Efficient (90%), Proficient (100%)] …

[4 Criteria Areas: Content, Required Format, Grammar/Spelling, References with each area having 25% effective value]

Avoid Creating new threads, Why?

When we create new threads, we introduce the possibility that someone could miss what we have to say because they have to leave one discussion to move to another just to see what is going on in that thread.

Because most prefer to respond to another’s comment, keeping all comments in one discussion thread works best for sharing our knowledge.

Keep in mind — One should not expect a maximum grade for minimum work effort.

Also please note: I do not like the repetition of information. Once a classmate has posted information on a topic, do not repeat that information.

You must choose a different topic or supply NEW information on that particular topic. Failure to follow this will result in your post not counting for that week

Quantum Computer; Research And Summarize

Quantum Computer.

Quantum Computer
Quantum Computer

1. Research and summarize the concept of the Quantum Computer and explain the concept of the Qubit as opposed to the traditional bit.

Assess the viability of actually building one of these contraptions and identify some of the main physical/engineering barriers that exist to actually building one of these devices.

2. Research and explain in more detail than given in the lecture pages how a Molecular switch works and what the prospects are for building a molecular computer that makes use of these switches.

3. Explain how a laser diode functions and what advantages this device has for transmitting information through fiber optics.

4. This 8 minute video was produced in 2005. At the time it seemed outrageous.

Watch the video and critically assess whether or not we are, in fact, moving in the direction the video suggests.

Note, this is a serious issue and I expect a thoughtful response from you.

The video link: http://idorosen.com/mirrors/robinsloan.com/epic/ols-master.html