This course teaches the concepts of systems analysis and design for those desiring to work in the field of information technology. Initially, an overview of an information system and the software development
- Identify the software development life cycles (SDLC).
- Examine waterfall and iterative methodologies.
- Learn how the DevOps culture leads to continual learning and experimentation.
- Develop an understanding of the DevOps technology value chain.
The DevOps Handbook: How to Create World-Class Agility, Reliability, and Security in Technology Organizations. ISBN: 978-1942788003
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The CIT department provides Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) licensing to all students enrolled in CIT courses. If this is your first CIT course—or if it has been more than one semester since you’ve taken a CIT course—you will receive an invitation e-mail before the second week of the semester. This invitation will allow you to register for the BYU-Idaho Dreamspark/MSDN website.
The Online Tutoring Center provides tutoring for CIT courses. You must request and schedule a tutor. Plan ahead! You cannot request a tutor a few hours before the due date and expect to receive help.
You will work with a team to complete presentations every week. It is recommended that you have
This is a 3 credit course; therefore, you are expected to work at least 9 hours/week.
You will work in teams to complete the several
This course requires effective teamwork. In CIT 262 you won’t just discuss gospel principles, you will implement gospel principles. In other words, the gospel is integrated into this course in the way you teach, learn and work with the members of your team.
You'll notice that the content pages say "see the Calendar for due dates" rather than listing a specific due date. Since I-Learn applies a single due date and time to every time zone, an assignment due on Saturday at 11:00 pm in Idaho would be due at 7:00 pm in Hawaii. Therefore, the Calendar will automatically show you the time adjusted to your location instead of having specific due dates listed on the content pages.
On that note, the assignments usually proceed in a weekly order. You can see the actual due dates and times on the Schedule for each week.
Late work is not accepted. However, your Instructor may extend the deadline if you experience extenuating circumstances. Contact your Instructor to discuss personal or emergency situations.
Your grade will be calculated as follows:
- Quizzes/Exams = 390 points
- Presentations = 750 points
- Final Paper = 50 points