Rational Unified Process - Planning an Iterative Project
This online training course shows learners how to move from a waterfall approach to iterative development and how to plan an RUP project. This course also discusses common mistakes made when adopting the RUP, and how to avoid them.
This lesson is part of our Rational Unified Process online training series which contains 18 hours of self-paced courseware. Our web-based training provides 1 year of unlimited access.
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Explain the key concepts behind iterative planning
- Build coarse-grained project plans
- Build fine-grained iteration plans
- Avoid common mistakes related to RUP implementation
- Avoid common mistakes related to iterative development
- Motivation and key concepts
- Project plans and iteration plans
- Building a project plan
- Determining the number of iterations
- Iteration planning
- Optimizing the project plan
- Avoiding mistakes when adopting the RUP
- Avoiding RUP-related pitfalls
- Avoiding mistakes when managing iterative development
- Avoiding iterative development-related pitfalls
- Avoiding mistakes in specialized work roles
- Avoiding work role-related pitfalls
This course is for anyone who wants to get the most out of using Rational Unified Process.
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