The reading material and assignments will be taken from the Test Discipline of the IBM Rational Unified process.
There are four assignments taken from the Test Discipline the keys at the top of the page are links to:
Introduction, Concepts, Workflow, Activities, Artifacts and Guidelines.
The assignments are taken from one of these six links.
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The textbook is
Managing Risk: Methods for Software Systems Development
Elaine M. Hall, Ph. D.
Addison-Wesley ISBN 0-201-25592-8
Prerequisite: Foundation courses. Continuous Risk Management is a system engineering practice with processes, methods, and tools for managing risks in a project. It provides a disciplined environment for proactive decision making to assess continuously what could go wrong (risks), determine which risks are important to deal with, and implement strategies to deal with those risks. The purpose of this course is to explain what Continuous Risk Management is; to help you understand the principles, functions, methods, and tools; to show what it could look like when implemented within a project; and to show you how a project could implement its own adaptation.