Our approach towards software development is a holistic one. We created comprehensive program as we saw that more and more training programs are focused on “development” work and as such do not give you insights about how your coding will convert into a beneficial solution.
A software solution that meets customer “Requirements” and delivers perfect “use cases” using the latest “technologies” while focusing on solid “Quality” principles. Our training is designed for people who have already studied core skill such as a programming or testing and need hands on experience on real world projects and work with professional software development teams.
This is one of the oldest but, still used SDLC. This is sort of the fundamental building blocks of the various other SDLC. Our approach is to train you on each phase and identify opportunities to connect into other SDLC. It is a hands on, research oriented, approach where you will participate in all phases of the SDLC.
It’s recommended for business analyst, developers, designers, and quality assurance folks.
This is the most growing and is followed by many small to medium size companies and projects. In a simple sense, this is mini waterfall repeating over the life of the project. In practical terms, the development starts early while next iteration requirements and use cases are still being finalized. Our projects will give you day to day opportunity to engage and participate in iterative and incremental solution while following agile principles.
It’s recommended for all technology professionals including product managers and project managers.
This is ideally suited for Enterprise Software Development where the software is going to be used by lots of users in the organization trying to perform roles & responsibilities. To put simply, RUP methodology manages risk and sub divides its activities into 4 phases such as Initiation, Elaboration, Construction, & Transition. Each phase is detailed and documented using standard models to answer all questions and minimize risk of developing something lesser than the required solution.
It’s recommended for Engineers who work for or are planning to work for large organizations developing enterprise software solutions.