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Punchlines ECN – 10th October 2012

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Here are the punchlines from our group (students from Centrale Nantes):

Amandine:

Status :

  • Meeting with Anne-Céline Grolleau of Centrale who has an expertise in the skills’ approach.
  • Write scenarios and UML diagrams of activity for the requirements of MarkUs.
  • Sent a poll to the students of Centrale to identify their needs for MarkUs.

Next steps :

  • Last consolidation and validation of the requirement.
  • Planning, management of the tasks.
  • Do a dashboard of the results of the poll.

Road block :

  • None

Alexy:

Status :

  • Meeting with Anne-Céline Grolleau of Centrale
  • Participation in the writing of scenarios and UML diagrams of activity for the requirements of MarkUs.

Next steps :

  • Last consolidation and validation of the requirement.
  • Finish the requirement document.
  • Continue learning Ruby on rails

Road block :

  • None

Nicolas:

Status :

  • Meeting with Anne-Céline Grolleau.
  • Participation in the writing of scenarios and diagrams of activity for the requirements.

Next steps :

  • finish the work on the requirements
  • analyse poll results

Road block :

  • none

Sebastien:

Status :

  • Meeting with Anne-Céline Grolleau.
  • Wrote scenarios and their diagrams for the requirements document.
  • Began to collect results of the poll.

Next steps :

  • Analyse the poll’s results.
  • Finish the requirements document.
  • Continue learning ruby on rails.

Nora:

Status :

  • Meeting with Anne-Céline Grolleau of Centrale who has an expertise in the skills’ approach.
  • Write scenarios and UML diagrams of activity for the requirements of MarkUs.

Next steps :

  • Last consolidation and validation of the requirement.
  • Writing comments for the requirement document.
  • Continue learning Ruby on rails

Road block :

  • None

Antoine

Status :

  • Wrote scenarios and activity diagrams for the requirement document

Next steps :

  • Finish the requirement document.
  • Focus on Ruby on Rails

Road block :

  • None

Written by amandine.lavergne

October 10th, 2012 at 8:27 am

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