Finally a truly hands-on approach to learning systems analysis and design, with a running project for students to complete.
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David Harris has been teaching Computer Information Systems at the College of the Redwoods since 1977. His courses include database applications, programming and systems analysis and design. He received his MBA from California State University Long Beach and his bachelor¿s degree at the University of California Los Angeles. Professor Harris has 11 years experience as a programmer/analyst in the telecommunications industry in addition to his teaching experience.Review:
Section 1: Introduction 1. Information Systems in the Small Enterprise 2. Project Initiation Section 2: Analysis 3. Process Modeling 4. Data Modeling 5. Object Modeling 6. System Modeling Section 3: Design 7. System Design 8. Database Design 9. Report and Query Design 10. Process Design Section 4: Development 11. Prototyping 12. 4GL Programming 13. Networking Section 5: Implementation 14. Testing, Documentation, and Training 15. Conversion, Maintenance, and Review Appendices A: Project Management B: Student Portfolio Projects C: Technical Writing and Presentations
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