The concept of software development

The concept of software development is briefly discussed in SLP 3 to reinforce how software project are initiated, managed, and developed. A classical framework known as the systems development life cycle (SDLC) is introduced as the model to group the major tasks into eight phases: project initiation, systems analysis and feasibility studies, logical analysis and design, acquisition or development, implementation, operations, post-audit, and maintenance.

Tomar, N. (2011, April 28). The systems development life cycle: Part I and II. Retrieved from

SLP Assignment

After reading the SDLC articles, please answer the following questions.

Describe the major phases of the SDLC. Explain why it is important to understand the concept of SDLC in the IT profession.

SLP Grading and Expectations:

Your paper will be evaluated on the following criteria:
•Complete the cost benefit analysis in a Word table. The accompanying explanation must be written in 2-3 pages and be double spaced. Include a cover page with the assignment and two outside sources.

The essay will be graded on these requirements
•Precision: the question asked is answered.
•Clarity: Your answer is clear and shows your good understanding of the topic.
•Breadth and Depth: The scope covered in your answer is directly related to the questions of the assignment and the learning objectives of the module.
•Critical thinking: Incorporate your reactions, examples, and applications of the material to business that illustrate your reflective judgment and good understanding of the concepts.
•Your short essay is well written and the references are properly cited and listed.

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