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Developing School management system

 
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I am going develop school management .I have the requirements and this is my first project. I want to develop this project to test my knowledge. But I am not able to start
from which part to start..?
and what should be the proper way to develop any application
please help me ...
 
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I feels like you have asked a broad question that I cant give a direct answer at once.Normally proper way to develop an application is described by 'Software Development Models' like waterfall model, spiral model ect. I think you can get a very accurate answer by narrowing your question or being specific.Or if you have a problem in design,better try it posting the question in "OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring" section of the forum.
 
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Buddhika Mawella wrote:I feels like you have asked a broad question that I cant give a direct answer at once.Normally proper way to develop an application is described by 'Software Development Models' like waterfall model, spiral model ect. I think you can get a very accurate answer by narrowing your question or being specific.Or if you have a problem in design,better try it posting the question in "OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring" section of the forum.

thanks for your advice..
 
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I would start by nailing down the requirements of the project; that should be done in close cooperation with the people who will be using the system.
 
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Agree with everyone else.... However, this is your first program, and you are doing it to learn. IMO, Why wait? Just jump right in. Making mistakes is learning too.

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Ulf Dittmer wrote:I would start by nailing down the requirements of the project; that should be done in close cooperation with the people who will be using the system.

I am very clear about requirement but the main the main thing is to analyzing the upcoming problem and which part of coding I should start first.???
 
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Thanks to all for your individual ideas.
 
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