Project Development Lifecycle for OBIEE

Considering the RUP there are four life cycle phases of a project- inception, elaboration, construction, and transition. As an OBIEE developer you will be mostly working during the designing, developing, testing, and implementing phase. Sometimes there is involvement in requirements gathering phase but more chances are to work in the refining the requirements. You can define the OBIEE project Life cycle as below: The initiation/inception phase: Creating business case, Project planning and feasibility study. The elaboration/planning phase: Resource Planning, Requirements gathering and analysis The execution/development phase: Design and development. This is where as an OBIEE developer I worked the most. The transition/closure phase: Deployment, operations and maintenance. The normal Software Development Lifecycle is also very similar to this. These are the default Steps in SDLC: •System Study •System Design •Software Development •System Implementation System Design: •Known as the “How” phase, the system design determines how to implement the system study

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Contract Of Employment Explained

Contract of employment like every other contract is an agreement between and employer and an employee which describes and states the condition of employment. It is always advisable for one to be sure of what the contract states before signing and accepting the contract as once signed it is binding on both parties. A well prepared contract of employment is a statement of the capacity in which the employee is employed, it covers and shows the name of the job, pay, allowances, hours of work, holidays, leave, pension arrangements, and should refer to the relevant company laws and policies as is applicable to the employee. In a more refined way, a contract of employment is defined as an employment agreement voluntarily entered into by the employer and employee which stipulates and defines the conditions of employment. Most contracts of employment are in written form which makes it applicable and governed

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Top 3 Secrets For Mom’s Who Own a Home Based Business Yet Would Like to Maintain Their Sanity

Are there days when you feel like you’re home based business is doomed? Or days when you have seriously questioned if being a stay at home mom was the right choice? Mixing mommy hood and home based businesses can be a scary combination.  Many moms who survive will figure out a few tricks of the trade the hard way at the expense of lost business or with frustrated children who lash out.  Please, let me spare you at least some of those lessons. Here’s what I’ve found to keep my home based business moving forward while maintaining a happy household without losing my mind: SUCCESS SECRET#1:  Schedule Your Business Time.   Make your family time family time and your business time business time.  I used to try to just hop on the phone and/or computer throughout the day when I got a free minute, but soon I’d find myself in the middle of toddler meltdown with

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Facts on Aerial Photography

The art of photography has grown greatly. From those old pictures that were black and white and some images were even blurred to what the modern society has, which is defined through clarity and detail, the art of photography has certainly suffered great changes. Actually, so grand have the modifications been that today, people have something called aerial photography to refer to. Although the entire technique seems to be specific for the modern society, it is worth knowing that this people made use of aerial photography in 1858. The first person to have taken photos from impressive heights was balloonist Gaspard-FĂ©lix Tournachon. If you want to get an idea of how aerial photos looked like back in the 1850s, then you could look at one of the vintage postcards, because this is how this technique functioned. Of course today, things have changed greatly and photos taken in this manner, as

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