System Development

System Development

System development is the profession of improving and changing systems. System developers implement applications and programs for the backend processing systems used in business context. System development is also about innovation and to conduct advancements for solutions. The process of designing, constructing, and testing new programs and applications is called software development. It can include the internal development of customized programs, or external software applications for third party vendors. Depending on the scope of projects, it’s important in system development that the software that is build is compatible with the broader system environment. The system environment is often tightly integrated with backend processing systems, behind-the-scenes, that usually don’t consist of graphical user interfaces. This is why system development and system managenet often is in close context, as the services and software packages and servers/operating systems has to be tuned in fine balance.




The right tools and techniques have a huge impact of the success rate of projects when collaborating in teams. It is very common to use some sort of Git technology to collaborate on code in software development. Solutions with Git also usually has integration with task boards, Wiki’s and documentation features to increase collaboration. Websites are often used for presentations, marketing of brands, and often intranet solutions. The tools does not need to cost money for starters as there are many free alternatives with great quality, especially with open source solutions. Also tools for office, communication, image manipulation and none the less software editing software are available from open source distributions.


In computer hardware and software product development, documentation is the information that describes the product to its users. It consists of the product technical manuals and online information (including online versions of the technical manuals and help facility descriptions). The term is also sometimes used to mean the sourceinformation about the product contained in design documents, detailed code comments, white papers, and blackboard session notes. Ca also contain Frequently asked questions (FAQ), manuals, and guiding videos.


 





Scrum is a framework that inspire teams to collaborate. By using Scrum, teams learn through experiences, while being self-organized when solving tasks, and reflecting in retrospective. Development with Scrum goes in cycle with the product backlog, sprints, testing and retrospective phases. In that way products are created gradually, including regular documentation and team meetings. The daily stand-up is one of the practices that is suggested with Scrum, to ensure that the members of the development team is on the same page, every day. Regular meetings with the product owner is also common with Scrum, every third week or so. Scrum is one of the most acknowledged software development methodologies in the agile genre.