We have won a contract to produce a prototype for the “Venue Access Management for Olympic Officials System” (VAMOOS) 2015. Thank you for the work that you have done producing Requirements [GP1] and Design Specifications [GP2]. You team must now implement part of the VAMOOS and to be responsible for demonstrating it to our client [staff from the module team].
The VAMOOS, which you are expected to produce for the client demonstration, is only part of the specification [GP1] and design [GP2] that you have already produced. You may find some of your earlier work useful, but should only use what is relevant to this task. In addition, the client has specifically asked for a data model, and this must take into account the requirements and constraints imposed on a data model by the framework.
Our client has provided as documentation: Client’s Sample Data & User Stories, Client Priorities and User Acceptance Test (UAT) [see Part 4] to be used in Agile planning. This includes some sample data and user stories which the client will expect your VAMOOS to handle. At the demonstration, the client will use the UAT to test your VAMOOS and may add some further unscripted tests. Your demo must run faultlessly, so test your software thoroughly against the UAT before the actual demonstration.
The demonstration will consist of the following steps designed to convince the client of the quality of our development processes and management:
¥ live running of your software against the UAT script
¥ a short presentation by your team
¥ a Q&A session
I am very busy at present with other aspects of our bid, but I am prepared to respond to any further questions you might have about the client’s brief.
In addition, technical support for the EasyPHP platform and CodeIgniter framework is available, but from a different source: the supplier, Hackitt Systems.