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Software Systems Development

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Naomi Holborough

on 28 January 2014

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Transcript of Software Systems Development

To understand the safety of systems we need to understand software, human, procedural and organisational aspects as well as system hardware. Interaction with its environment and other systems also has an effect on the safety of the system
My Background
My HP Journey
Online Application
HP Competencies Telephone Interview
Job Specific Telephone Interview
Assessment Day

Coolio Ltd.
Coventry City Council
Coolio Ltd.
Appointments with EC Employability Team

CAR Framework

Practice Tests

Core Competencies
Useful Resources
"Still defending the Office against paper cuts?"
Currently working for Hewlett Packard

Graduated in November 2013

4 years of studying at Coventry University
Analysis Techniques for Software
Mistakes In Specification
Mistakes In Design
Mistakes Implementation
Mistakes In Testing
Mistakes In Maintenance
Mistakes In Configuration Management
Mistakes in Change Control (new problems Introduced in curing known problems)
A safety case is defined as "a structured argument, supported by a body of evidence that provides a compelling, comprehensible and valid case that a system is safe for a given application in a given operating environment" (Def Stan 00-56)

MOD use safety cases to provide the argument and evidence that their systems are safe for their purpose.
What is Safety?
Safety management allows you to do safely what you want to do; it is not about avoiding something because it is harmful
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