Software Engineering Study Material

Download the notes from the links below –

Sommerville Ebook

Software Metrics

Risk Management

XP and Agile Process

 

Feature Driven Development (FDD) in Software Engineering –

http://www.agilemodeling.com/essays/fdd.htm

http://csis.pace.edu/~marchese/CS616/Agile/FDD/fdd.pdf

http://sharif.edu/~ramsin/index_files/sdmlecture13.pdf

 

More links to study from –

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unified_Process

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapid_application_development

http://istqbexamcertification.com/what-is-rad-model-advantages-disadvantages-and-when-to-use-it/

http://www.bvicam.ac.in/general/courseMaterial/MCA%20II/SE/Lecture%20Notes/UNIT-II.pdf  (putnam model)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Putnam_model

 

Evaluation Sheet –

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Science Fiction

The topic of our group discussion was science fiction. There were no specific details about whether we have to talk about science fiction movies, books or anything else.

We started off by  defining science fiction on which each member of the group had different opinion but according to me we all were giving the same defination but with different limits or boundaries.

At last we decided, Science Fiction is a genre of fiction dealing with imaginative content such as futuristic settings, futuristic science and technology, space travel, time travel , faster than light travel, parallel universes and extraterrestrial life.

Then there was a discussion about difference between science fiction and fantasy. One of the member suggested that fantasy is a part of science fiction which was later corrected that science fiction is a branch of fantasy.

Fantasy taken alone can include things that have already been proved impossible to be created or discovered. For ex :- travelling back in time is proved impossible by many scientist but many fantasy movies and novels have shown people travelling back in time.

Whereas science fiction generally deals with things, events that are possible or probable to be achieved in future.

Thus we can say science fiction has much more restriction when it comes to imagination as compared to fantasy.

Then the point discussed was application of science fiction on which we all contributed many points such as mere entertainment, scientific ideology, or motivation for people to show interest in science. Also it a source of ideas and motivation for scientists all over the world to create something new and useful.

As it was a short period group discussion, we only got chance to discuss these topics but everyone of the group learned from this group discussion and also were happy to be part of a group discussion with such interesting topic.

GROUP MEMBERS:
CHEERAG SHARMA
ANMOL PARASHAR
AKSHAY SAINI
YATIN VIJ
KARTIK KHATRI

Open the Windows

By:
Abhishek Srivastava
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All of us should open the windows of our lives ,and explore the opportunities awaiting for us. Just, because someone chooses to pursue a field by chance , it should not limit his/her understanding of world ,and oneself. We shall not be burdened by the thoughts ,and opinions of others, rather we shall create our own opinions ,and follow our hearts.When you open the windows of your life, you allow fresh ideas to take over your rusted thoughts. This initiates a change in life which will eventually

When you open the windows of your life, you allow fresh ideas to take over your rusted thoughts. This initiates a change in life which will eventually felicitates progress. It is important for all of us to realise, we are all special ,and made for a purpose. Our ultimate goal of life should be to find that purpose and pursue it. This is not going to be easy, you will find naysayers criticising your beliefs ,and posing as obstacles to your goals. You should always ignore them, and concentrate on your goal.Literally, when we open the windows, we allow our rooms to be filled with fresh air. Oxygen is important for our smooth functioning of our

Literally, when we open the windows, we allow our rooms to be filled with fresh air. Oxygen is important for our smooth functioning of our brain ,and our overall health. When we are healthy, we can do more good work and through our work bring a change in the society.So,

So, its my humble request to all you reading this – Open the windows of your life and conquer the world outside. You have only one shot at life to BE REMEMBERED.

Professional Communication for Recruitment and Employability – Presentation

Group 1 – Job Interview
Aditya Prakash
Cheerag Sharma
Kartik Khatri
Karan Ajith Kumar
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Group 2 – Group Discussion
Prakhar Kumar
Apul Gupta
Ayush Gaur
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Group 3 – Group Discussion
Akhil Pillai
Shristhi Sawhney
Shreya Ahuja
Manish Murthy
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Group 4 – Interview
Ankit Kumar Gupta
Sharmistha Dutta
Shivangi Chauhan
Deepika P.U.
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Group 5 – Group Discussion
Shubham Singhal
Medha Mahrishi
Sweety Dixit
Shekhar Verma
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Group 6 – Group Discussion
Rajat Sharma
Deepak Chauhan
Puja Sinha
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Group 7 – Interview
Akash Dave
Yatin Vij
Akshay Saini
Anmol Parashar
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Group 8 – Group Discussion
Deepshikha Sethi
Bhavya Mannan
Gaurav Garg
Vikalp Jaiswal
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Group 9 – Group Discussion
Priya Parashar
Tanuja Jha
Ishani Luthra
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Group 10 – Group Discussion
Abhishek Srivastava
Shubham Mehta
Anish Parhi
Shubham Krishna
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Group 11 – Interview
Aayushi Varshney
Vinya Gupta
Aayushi Srivastava
Saloni Bansal
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Group 12 – Résumé
Ketan Verma
Harsh Tyagi
Pranjal Gupta
Rakshit Jain
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Group 13 – Group Discussion
Akshay Mohan
Konjarla Saicharan
Akshay Kumar
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Group 14 – Group Discussion
Upmanyu Sharma
Shivam Verma
Utkarsh Agarwal
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Group 15 – Interview
Arjun Gupta
Akshit Verma
Karanvir Singh
Umang Aggarwal
Jatin Khurana
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Group 16 – Group Discussion
Umang Talwar
Anmol Sirohi
Shriti Verma
Raj Sharma
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Effective Written Communication – Presentation

Group 1 – Web Based Writing
Shubham Singhal
Shekhar Verma
Shubham Krishna
Medha Mahrishi

Group 2 – Netiquette
Bhavya Mannan
Vinya Gupta
Gaurav Garg
Vikalp Jaiswal

Group 3 – Note Making
Deepshikha Sethi
Sweety Dixit
Shubham Mehta
Apul Gupta

Group 4 – Web Based Writing
Sharmishtha Dutta
Shivangi Chauhan
Deepika P.U.
Ankit Kumar Gupta

Group 5 – Types of Letters
Umang Talwar
Anmol Sirohi
Deepak Chauhan
Shriti Verma
Raj Sharma

Group 6 – Web Based Writing
Priya Prashar
Saloni Bansal
Ayushi Srivastava
Tanuja Jha

Group 7 – Netiquette
Akshay Mohan
Karan Ajith
Akshay Kumar
Konjarla Saicharan

Group 8 – Web Based Writing
Aditya Prakash
Cheerag Sharma
Kartik Khatri

Group 9 – E-Mail
Upmanyu Sharma
Shivam Verma
Utkarsh Agarwal

Group 10 – Spellings
Akshit Verma
Arjun Gupta
Jatin Khurana
Umang Aggarwal
Karanvir Singh

Group 11 – Business Memos
Akhil Pillai
Akshay Saini
Ishani Luthra
Aayushi Varshney

Group 12 – 
Shreya Ahuja
Shristhi Sawhney
Puja Sinha
Harsh Tyagi

Group 13 – 
Rajat Sharma
Anmol Parashar
Akash Dave
Yatin Vij

Group 14 – Web Based Writing
Ketan Verma
Manish Murthy
Rakshit Jain
Pranjal Gupta

Group 15 – Business Memos
Abhishek Srivastava
Prakhar Kumar
Anish Parhi

Podcast! Let’s voice over!

Group 1 – Stench of Kerosene
Shubham Singhal
Priya Prashar
Ayushi Srivastava
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Group 2 – Stench of Kerosene
Ketan Verma
Harsh Tyagi
Pranjal Gupta
Rakshit Jain
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Group 3 – The Gift of the Magi
Akshay Saini
Yatin Vij
Umang Talwar
Anmol Sirohi
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Group 4 – Stench of Kerosene
Anmol Parashar
Rajat Sharma
Puja Sinha
Akash Dave
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Group 5 – The Gift of the Magi
Shristhi Sawhney
Shreya Ahuja
Akhil Pillai
Manish Murthy
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Group 6 – The Gift of the Magi
Konjarla Saicharan
Karan Ajith
Akshay Mohan
Akshay Kumar
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Group 7 – Stench of Kerosene
Tanuja Jha
Aayushi Varshney
Deepshikha Sethi
Saloni Bansal
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Group 8 – The Gift of the Magi
Ishani Luthra
Shubham Mehta
Apul Gupta
Abhishek Srivastava
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Group 9 – The Gift of the Magi
Prakhar Kumar
Ayush Gaur
Anish Parhi
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Group 10 – Stench of Kerosene
Akshit Verma
Arjun Gupta
Jatin Khurana
Umang Aggarwal
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Group 11 – Stench of Kerosene
Sweety Dixit
Shekhar Verma
Medha Mahrishi
Shubham Krishna
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Group 12 – A Fly in Buttermilk
Bhavya Mannan
Gaurav Garg
Karanvir Singh
Vikalp Jaiswal

Group 13 – The Gift of the Magi
Sharmistha Dutta
Deepika P.U.
Ankit Kumar Gupta
Shivangi Chauhan
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Group 14 – The Gift of the Magi
Vinya Gupta
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Group 15 – Stench of Kerosene
Raj Sharma
Deepak Chauhan

Group 16 – A Flowering Tree
Upmanyu Sharma
Utkarsh Agarwal
Shivam Verma
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Group 17 – The Gift of the Magi
Kartik Khatri
Aditya Prakash
Cheerag Sharma

Destiny

Shivangi Chauhan
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Being an investment banker in the busy city of Mumbai, I hardly get chances to visit my village to meet my relatives. The list of my relatives is not very long. It includes some of my younger siblings and their families and my Uncle and Aunt. At the tender age of 7, I lost my parents and since then my uncle and aunt bought me up. Also, my uncle and aunt had no children so they loved me and my siblings as their child. That’s why, I also love them as my parents.

However, managing to get leave I decided to visit my village to see them. In the morning, I woke up early to board the train LTT Express. After 6-7 hours, I reached Chapra Station. Yes, that’s my village. The beauty of my village is spellbinding. The mountains, rivers, kutchha roads give a majestic feeling. My Uncle was waiting to receive me in the platform, but I noticed tears rolling down his face. I was amazed to see my bubbly uncle crying and I asked the reason. He told “Child! Let’s reach the home first then I will explain you”

After a walk of some 5 minutes through the beautiful surroundings, we reached our home. I found my aunt lying in the bed and it seemed to me that she was very ill. Uncle asked me to change my clothes and have some breakfast. After that, I again reminded him to tell me the reason for he is so sad.

He started-”Your aunt is very ill from several days. She has a disease. I don’t remember the name but the doctor mentioned that the disease is incurable. In this disease, the person’s own immune system starts to attack it’s tissues and soon destroys the body. I tried for every possible way to save your aunt. We went to big cities but they also mentioned that this disease is incurable. Now I wonder how I can save your aunt. The doctor said that only God can save her and I don’t believe that there exists any God, so I know that it is not possible to save your aunt but I would try my best otherwise I would like to die with her’.

I gave him support and asked him to have patience. Days passed by and finally the day came when I had to leave. I didn’t wished to leave but had no choice. I went back to Mumbai and started working. I stayed at a regular contact with uncle through telephone. I was unable to focus on my work since my whole attention was towards my aunt.

I again took holiday and went to my village in night. This time the whole village looked like a disaster prone area. It was raining heavily. Huge thunderstorms cracked in the sky. I was nearing to my aunt’s house when suddenly a thunderstorm fell in my aunt’s house’”.

Was this a dream? Oh thanks God, it was just a dream. I was sweating profusely. I immediately decided to visit my village. Next morning I applied for leave and boarded the next train. I reached there till night and was amazed to see that it was raining there and the scene was exactly like a saw in my dream. I hurried towards my home and found my uncle’s dead body lying in the garden area near a beautiful white flower. The flower was majestically white with an orange center. And then I found my aunt’s dead body lying inside the house.

I started to cry and wondered how this happened. I wanted an answer to my questions. I was preparing for the cremation of my uncle and aunt when an old person came to me. He introduced himself as the neighbor of my uncle. I asked him if he had any information related to them. It seemed that he wanted to tell a lot to me.

He started-’ I was the closest friend of your uncle. Your uncle never believed in God while your aunt had a deep faith in God. Even when it was found that your aunt is sick, your uncle refused to pray to the god because he was a kind of scientific person. But one day, while your aunt forced your uncle to visit temple he narrated his your aunt’s sickness to a priest who was interested to know about them. The priest suggested the name of a flower ‘ Mesua Ferrea’. This flower is a remedy for various diseases and the priest said that it might cure your aunt’s disease as well.’

I interrupted ‘Ya I know that uncle had the plant of that flower in his garden but this was unable to produce flowers’.He said’ Ya you are right. Your uncle tried all the scientific methods to save your aunt but he failed. So he thought that he should try this last way, so he started praying to God day and night to get a flower from that plant.’ I said “Why didn’t he bought it from somewhere?”  He said “This flower is very rare to find…There are just few places where this flower is found”  I said “Okay then…what happened next?”

He said “Today just a few hours ago you came, heavy raining started and thunderstorms started to crack.I saw him praying to the plant in rain just like he was unaware of the fact that it was raining. I went to my house to have a rest. Just after some time a huge sound came from your uncle’s house. I hurried to see what had happened and got to know that a thunderstorm fell at your uncle’s house. I went further and found that a huge and beautiful white flower had grown from the plant but uncle was lying dead. Also your aunt’s body lied inside the house.”

I immediately hurried to the garden and saw that flower again. This time I saw drops of water falling from the petals of the flower. I felt that the flower is crying for their true love story and the raindrops were just like the flower’s tear. They loved each other so much that they were not able to survive without each other for a single day. My uncle’s wish was fulfilled and he died with my aunt. Their true love resulted in growing of a flower in such a plant which didn’t produce flowers for years. My uncle prayed so much from his heart that even God was forced to show a miracle. Just like the flower, my eyes were also filled with water. They were truly MADE FOR EACH OTHER…..’

Coloured life of mine with a colour black of society

Kartik Khatri
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My assumption to not go from that way was not correct I guess today my sympathy towards the poor people got a high alarm and I made my practices and doings in the line of politics. The reason of choosing politics cause in the way of my doings for the poor. Firstly, I started talking to the poor people of those roots only. I asked what they do. Since when they are here? What is the source of incomes and some more questions related to these financial conditions. The answers of them were like the delta coming down to at last the same reason that they are not properly seen after by the cooperative heads of the society. I thought that they must be some big personalities if the society but later on by gaining information, the big personalities were the municipality offices. Then I talked to the municipality members. The members were so busy that they don’t really take a charge of sayings of a common man. Their behaviour towards me was not so good. Then there in the office building someone said me that you need approach of some big man to get grip on them to speak your words. Then I made a little research work and got some of the big names that are known to the society and are VIPs. The one thing I noticed was that almost 95% were the politicians. Then I approached one of them they do not listen what we say attentively. Then I searched and gained more information about the working of the society and came to a point that I have to be big and good politician in order to listen the voices of the poor societies who urge for their family to survive and get the proper benefits given to every other member of the society. Today I am a well known party. Now I am the leader of one segment of the party of my region. Now my offices are always open just for the common people.