ProjectA-C in C#

Needs to be done with Visual Studio. Everything is included in all 3 projects. There is an excel spreadsheet that will be used to completed some of the information. There are 3 seaparte projects for this assignment.

  • Project A

    For this project, you are notsubmitting any code. Your deliverables for this project are as follows:
    1. Copy of the Project Backlog Report with entries completed for this sprint (what you have accomplished from the start of your work till now).
    2. Word or PDF Project Status Report.
    3. Screen captures of what your project looks like--not the code, only the forms that have been completed thus far.
    1. Project Backlog Report: You must complete this form honestly and accurately. When reporting time (actual and completed) your entries must be in HH:MM (hour and minute) format with leading zeros where applicable. For example, 01:05 is one hour and five minutes, and 00:09 is nine minutes. 2. Project Status Report:
    • What you accomplished during this sprint--since the start of your work.
    • What you are going to focus on between now and the next sprint--what remains to be done that you are going to work on next.
    • What roadblocks you encountered during your development efforts during this sprint.
    • What help you believe you need or what knowledge you need to gain in order to successfully complete the next sprint.
    3. Screen Captures: You are not submitting code, but rather screen-shots or captures of what your forms look like at this stage of your development. Simply incorporate these into your Project Status Report. Important: Your Project Status Report must be professional. Think of this as a report you would send to your boss or to upper management on the status of your project to-date. Please consult the following resources for help in formatting both a memo and report from Introduction to Professional Communications. Note, with respect to the "Report Organization" section you only need to focus on the information about the "Introduction," "Body," and "Conclusion." Link to Backlog Reporting Document: Project Backlog for Movies Manager Application.xlsx
  • Assignment

    Project B

    Like Project A, for this project, you are notsubmitting any code. Your deliverables for this project are as follows:
    1. Copy of the Project Backlog Report from Project A updated with entries completed for this sprint (what you have accomplished since the previous report).
    2. Word or PDF Project Status Report.
    3. Screen captures of what your project looks like--not the code, only the forms that have been completed thus far.
    1. Project Backlog Report: Complete this form as you did from Project A, but now it must represent everything you have completed since the beginning of the project (representing both sprints). 2. Project Status Report:
    • What you accomplished during this sprint--from where you left off with Project A till now.
    • What you are going to focus on between now and the next sprint--what remains to be done that you are going to work on next.
    • What roadblocks you encountered during your development efforts during this sprint.
    • What help you believe you need or what knowledge you need to gain in order to successfully complete the next sprint.
    3. Screen Captures: You are not submitting code, but rather screen-shots or captures of what your forms look like at this stage of your development. Simply incorporate these into your Project Status Report. Important: Your Project Status Report must be professional. Think of this as a report you would send to your boss or to upper management on the status of your project to-date. Please consult the following resources for help in formatting both a memo and report from Introduction to Professional Communications. Note, with respect to the "Report Organization" section you only need to focus on the information about the "Introduction," "Body," and "Conclusion." Link to Backlog Reporting Document: Project Backlog for Movies Manager Application.xlsx
  • Assignment

    Project C

    For this project, you are submitting your code, in addition to your reports.Your deliverables for this project are as follows:
    1. Zip of your entire project.
    2. Copy of the completed Project Backlog Report from Project A updated with entries completed for this sprint (what you have accomplished since the start of the project).
    3. Word or PDF Project Status Report.
    4. Screen captures of what your project looks like--not the code, only the forms that have been completed thus far.
    1. Project Backlog Report: Complete this form as you did from Projects A and B, but now it must represent everything you have completed since the beginning of the project (representing all three sprints). 2. Project Status Report:
    • What you accomplished during this sprint--from where you left off with Project B till now.
    • What roadblocks you encountered during your development efforts during this sprint.
    • What does not work with the code you have submitted, and a detailed explanation of why.
    • What you would have done differently had you had more time or known then what you know now.
    3. Screen Captures: While you aresubmitting code you will want to integrate screen-shots or captures of what your forms look like into your project report. Important Note: with respect to the third bullet point under Project Status Report above, your professor will be more lenient with grading for work that either is not complete or is not completely working as long as you are honest and detailed in your assessment of your own code. Don't think your professor won't find something that is left out or is not working; he or she definitely will.

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