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Formal Technique Review (FTR)

FTR is a quality assurance activity performed by software engineers.It involves the analysis of final product (Software) by a group of technically skilled people following a specified and documented process

SEI-CMM Model(Software engineering Institute- capability Maturity Model)

CMM model is given by the software engineering institute. SEI-CMM model help the organization improve the quality of this software.

Software development life cycle model (SDLC)

A software development life cycle is the series of identifiable stage that a software product undergoes during its lifetime. The final stage in the life cycle of any software product is usually the feasibility stage.

Information technology effecting the global business market

Now day’s information technology (IT) is affecting the local/domestic as well as international business market in every industrial domain for global standards. If we look at the complete picture of current IT effects we will realize the use and relev

By Ailsa Singh posted   2 months ago

Evolution of ITeS in India

Primarily, the software IT industry in India was worth Rs. 184.5 billion (US$ 4.2 billion). If the value of in-house development, which is taking place at many large corporates, is added then this figure would touch around Rs. 220 billion (US$ 4.8 billion).

By Elena Glibart posted   2 months ago

Where to Create Blog

In this article, we will discuss some blogging websites.

By Jayden Bell posted   2 months ago

Why do you need System Cleaner?

A computer has several use- downloading all manner of files, surfing the internet, installing and uninstalling apps, watching movies, playing games and many more. It can be less reliable, slower and less capable depending upon the type of software yo

By Anand Pandey posted   2 months ago


Distributed computing Services give data innovation (IT) as an administration over the Internet or committed system, with conveyance on interest, and installment in view of utilization.

By Jonas Stuart posted   8 months ago


Programming item improvement can happen by either innovation push or by marketpull. Indian firms appear to have been driven more by the previous than by the recent. BANCS 2000 began with a particular prerequisite of a bank (outside business sector pu

By Samuel Fernandes posted   8 months ago


Eastern Software Systems (ESS) is a little programming firm situated in Delhi that has fabricated an endeavor asset arranging (ERP) programming bundle, MakESS, focused at little firms. Contending ERP items from global industry majors, for example, SA

By Jonas Stuart posted   8 months ago

SWOT Analysis OF Indian IT Industry: Weaknesses

Now we examine “W” of SWOT and learn weaknesses that are needed to be take care for the smooth operation of software development in India

By Elena Glibart posted   8 months ago

An Overview of Indian Software Development Industry

India has built itself on traditionally rich academic learning’s of mathematics and science. Today, it has the world's largest technically skilled workforce with over 4 million engineers, scientists, and other technologists and the second largest Eng

By Jeet Verma posted   9 months ago

Rapid Expansion of IT sector in India

The economic effect of the Innovative and technologically inclined services sector in India—accounting for 45% of the country's GDP and 35% of export earnings as of 2007, while employing only 30% of its workforce—is summarized as here: "Today, Bangal

By zack mathews posted   9 months ago

Behaviour of Potential Domestic Software Clients in India

Software Organizations looking for software services realize that India has a massive number of technically talented skilled professionals available at a very lower cost. These organizations wish to use this talented workforce in order to undergo the

By zack mathews posted   9 months ago

Patterns of Success in the Indian Software Industry

While policy reform has put in room for many of the conditions for future growth, the lack of domain expertise skills originating from small domestic and local markets, limited university research and interactions with the commercial sector remains.

By zack mathews posted   9 months ago

Education System and Software Development in India

There were 251 universities and 11,553 colleges in India in 1998. Still, as of 1996, only 8% of the eligible population attended any college or university. Further, the interaction between university and the IT industry is minimal.

By zack mathews posted   9 months ago

Changing Trends of IT Industry in India

In early days, since software development could not come to India, Indian programmers were sent to developed countries. It began in 1974 when Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) export programmers to US clients. Other firms followed including foreign IT

By Mark Devid posted   9 months ago

Architecture of Software Development Services in India

Tools and Utility software: These are programs that help applications to work and perform better, such as database management software (DBMS’s).

By Samuel Fernandes posted   10 months ago

The static Keyword: Multiple Static Blocks

A static block is executed only once when the class is loaded. Our class may contain multiple static blocks.

By Samuel Fernandes posted   10 months ago

Package Statements in java

The package statement allows us to group logically related classes into a single unit. In our earlier programs, we have used import statements such as the following:

By Allen Scott posted   10 months ago

Inheritance in Java: Object Creation Process

To better understand the object-creation process, let’s begin with a simple case of two-level inheritance, where we have just a base class and its derived class.

By Royce Roy posted   10 months ago

Method Overloading

In our example of the previous post, the classes Asset, BankAccount, and SavingsAccount defined two constructors.

By Jayden Bell posted   10 months ago

Inheritance in Java: Instantiating a Subclass

In the previous post, we learned how to create a single-level class hierarchy of an arbitrary depth. We created an asset management system, and the top-level class in this system was Asset. We derived several classes from Asset to represent various r

By Allen Scott posted   10 months ago

Class Concepts in Java (Part-1)

A class is a template that encapsulates data and the methods that operate on this data, as in the Employee or Automobile class described earlier.

By zack mathews posted   10 months ago

Encapsulation in Object Oriented Programming (OOPS)

Another big concept associated with object-oriented programming is encapsulation. Every class contains some data in its fields. We hide these fields by declaring them private. We define getter/setter methods to access them.

By Royce Roy posted   10 months ago

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