Intramural sport management system (Master of Software Engineering)
Johnson, Christopher M.
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In today's world, software development can be complex and highly competitive. Several factors add to the complexity, particularly if the software has a web-based user interface and is a distributed application. In addition to the complexities involved during development, additional complexities arise in maintenance. For example, the software product may need to be modified to match with changing technology such as newer versions of operating systems and hardware. Software developers are thus forced to choose the right development approach while designing and implementing the software. This document describes the development of a web-based intramural sport management system. The product will be used by the Recreational Sports Department at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and hence has some features specific to the Recreational Sports Department. However, the product is easily extendible and modifiable in order to suit other sports management activities. This report describes the various activities in the life cycle of this software. It also includes the challenges faced during the development, the current status, and future work on the software.
Computer software -- Development
Intramural sports -- Management