Another assignment in my CPSC 430: Software Engineering course was to gather requirements for a different implementation group. Myself along with 3 other students were in charge of gathering requirements for an honors program web application. In order to get the requirements, we needed to meet with the client. Once meeting with the client to discuss the ideas for the project, we planned out this document! I learned a lot about how to talk to someone to understand what they’re thinking. If possible, I would’ve loved to gather more feedback from the client and establish more constant communication.
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Prior to the implementation for What’s For Dinner, we were tasked with creating a project plan. Within the project plan, we finalized our requirements and developed a schedule for implementation. Prior to completing the document, I wish I had a more accurate timeline for each task. I had never developed an application like this before and there was a small learning curve.
Check out the Whats For Dinner Project Plan!
If you’re interested in seeing my work or experience, check out my resume below!
Tiffany Lower Resume
As apart of my Data Analytics class, I created a Shiny web app using RStudio and shinyapps.io to create a visual model of my research. Using the FBI Federal crimes data set, I explored correlations between types of crimes and populations by years. Prior to this class, I was unfamiliar with R and there was a small learning curve. Creating a Shiny app was really cool to have something interactive to show while presenting my research. If I had the chance, I would’ve had multiple types of graphs to show my results.
Check out my Github for the code!