[thelist] Web Development Methodology

Ken Schaefer ken at adOpenStatic.com
Fri May 7 08:45:44 CDT 2004


I would add that any generic Project Management book can fill you in on
gannt charts, resource levelling etc.

Rapid Development by Steve McConnell is worth getting IMHO.

There are also lots of development methodologies. Graham Leggett alluded to
one popular method (when he talked about using two developers working on
code at the same time, which is a hallmark of:) - Extreme Programming.

Depending on what language/environment you work in, there are probably other
aids as well (e.g. J2EE -vs- VB specific aids).


From: "Les Lytollis" <leslytollis at dimensions-corporatewear.co.uk>
Subject: RE: [thelist] Web Development Methodology

>Gathering user/project/technical requirements
>Budgeting projects

"Mastering the requirements process" Robertson & Robertson.

There are some freely downloadable templates for the process at

>Planning the various stages of Web development / maintenance
- read up on RUP/Extreme Programming + UML depending on the formality
you require
www.rational.com are good places to start

Les Lytollis
Web Developer

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ken Chase
> Subject: [thelist] Web Development Methodology
> I was wondering which resources (books, software, Web sites...)
> people would recommend to... with regards to:
> - Gathering user/project/technical requirements
> - Budgeting projects
> - Planning the various stages of Web development
> - Web site maintenance scheduling
> - etc...

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