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Lecture 3

IST 352 Lecture Notes - Rapid Application Development, Computer-Aided Software Engineering, Systems Development Life Cycle

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Fall 2016

Department
Information Studies
Course Code
IST 352
Professor
Corsello
Lecture
3

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IST 352 | September 8, 2016
Systems Analyst
A go between you interact with users, managers, other companies, technical specialists,
vendors and supplies, etc.
Likely won’t work with a CEO
Helpful skills: negotiation, problem solving, adaptability, creativity, decision making,
commercial awareness, time management, motivation, teamwork, communication
When you go into an organization, USERS own the systems IT just supports it
Systems are paid for by the department
Information Systems Analysis and Design
Complex organizational process
Used to develop and maintain computer-based information systems
History
1950s: focus on efficient automation of existing processes
1960s: advent of 3GL, faster and more reliable computers
1970s: system development becomes more like an engineering discipline
1980s: major breakthrough with 4GL, CASE tools, object oriented methods
1990s: focus on system integration, GUI applications, client/server platforms, Internet
The new century: Web application development, wireless PDAs, component-based
applications
A Modern Approach
Application Software
o Computer software designed to support organizational functions or processes
Systems Analyst (also called a Business Analyst)
o Organizational role most responsible for analysis and design of information
systems
o That’s what this course is about
Developing Information Systems
System Development Methodology is a standard process followed in an organization to
conduct all the steps necessary to analyze, design, implement, and maintain information
systems.
SDLC Systems Development Life Cycle
Traditional methodology used to develop, maintain, and replace information systems.
Phases in SDLC:
o Planning
o Analysis
o Design
o Implementation
o Maintenance
Phases in SDLC
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find more resources at oneclass.com IST 352 | September 8, 2016 Systems Analyst  A go between – you interact with users, managers, other companies, technical specialists, vendors and supplies, etc.  Likely won’t work with a CEO  Helpful skills: negotiation, problem solving, adaptability, creativity, decision making, commercial awareness, time management, motivation, teamwork, communication  When you go into an organization, USERS own the systems – IT just supports it  Systems are paid for by the department Information Systems Analysis and Design  Complex organizational process  Used to develop and maintain computer-based information systems History  1950s: focus on efficient automation of existing processes  1960s: advent of 3GL, faster and more reliable computers  1970s: system development becomes more like an engineering discipline  1980s: major breakthrough with 4GL, CASE tools, object oriented methods  1990s: focus on system integration, GUI applications, client/server platforms, Internet  The new century: Web application development, wireless PDAs, component-based applications A Modern Approach  Application Software o Computer software designed to support organizational functions or processes  Systems Analyst (also called a Business Analyst) o Organizational role most responsible for analysis and design of information systems o That’s what this course is about Developing Information Systems  System Development Methodology is a standard process followed in an organization to conduct all the steps necessary to analyze, design, implement, and maintain information systems. SDLC – Systems Development Life Cycle  Traditional methodology used to develop, maintain, and replace information systems.  Phases in SDLC: o Planning o Analysis o Design o Implementation o Maintenance Phases in SDLC find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com • Planning – an organization’s total information system nee
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