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= Risk Management

Ris= k ID

Ris= k Area

Imp= act

Lik= elihood

Pri= ority (Impact * Likelihood)

Sta= tus (Open or Complete)

1

No specific experi= ence with ASP.NET

7

2

14

Open

2

No specific experi= ence with ADO.NET

9

2

18

Open

3

No specific experi= ence with .NET Frame Work Web services

8

1

8

Open

4

No specific progra= mming experience with C# or .NET

10

1

10

Complete

5

No specific experi= ence programming with using a web service to interface an MS SQL 2000 database<= /span>

9

1

9

Open

6

No specific progra= mming experience at all

10

0

0

Complete

7

No specific XML da= ta experience

8

1

8

Complete

8

No specific XML sc= hema experience

7

1

7

Complete

9

No specific SQL da= tabase experience

10

0

0

Complete

10

Unexpected hardwar= e of software purchase required with no funds available

6

0

0

Open

11

Catastrophic Hardw= are failure

10

2

20

Open

12

Catastrophic Softw= are failure

10

1

10

Open

 

= Mitigation Plans

 

Pre= ventive Action(s)

Con= tingent Action(s)

Tri= gger(s)

Risk #1 Is being worked on diligently as we speak by reading and researching a book called “Essential ASP.NET with Examp= les in C#.”

Use Java Script in the absolute worst case scenario.=

Spending any more than just one day trying to do the prototype for this will be a great indicator.

Risk #2 Is being worked on diligently as we speak by= reading and researching another book called “Pragmatic ADO.NET Data Access = for the Internet World.”

At present I don’t have a viable back plan for= this since no other DBMS data access layer that I know of or have experience w= ith would knowingly work flawlessly with this project. I did receive a “Deklarit” License for .NET not long ago for another DBMS. but haven’t looked into it yet.

When comes time to start coding the data base schema= that I create with knowingly no knowledge of how to.

Risk #3 Research how best to implement the SaveData() and GetData() methods for each of the components.

Conduct prioritized emergency research and problem resolution steps.

For Risk #1 the trigger is spending more than 4 work= ing days on a web-service-related problem.

Risk #4 is already mitigated with evidence to show f= or it.

 

 

 Complete the summer session web services class=

Conduct prioritized emergency research and problem resolution steps.

For Risk #3 the trigger is spending more than 4 work= ing days on a web-service-related problem.

Risk #6 is already mitigated with evidence to show f= or it.

 

 

 Complete the summer session web services class=

Conduct prioritized emergency research and problem resolution steps.

For Risk #5 the trigger is spending more than 4 work= ing days on a web-service-related problem.

 Complete the summer session web services class=

Conduct prioritized emergency research and problem resolution steps.

For Risk #6 the trigger is spending more than 4 work= ing days on a web-service-related problem.

Risk #10 is already mitigated with evidence to show = for it.

 

 

Keep hardware and software in good working order.

Draw on available credit line to fulfill the current hardware of software need.

For Risk #8 the trigger is an unexpected hardware or software failure.

Keep hardware in good working order

Draw on available credit line to fulfill the current hardware need.

For Risk #9 the trigger is an unexpected hardware fa= ilure.

Keep software in good working order

Draw on available credit line to fulfill the current= software need.

For Risk #9 the trigger is an unexpected software fa= ilure.

 

 

Update: 11/24/04

Over the last month since I last evaluated risks, I ha= d at large and what appears to be five major risks that halt or otherwise sabota= ge the progress of my Puzzle – 3D Style project: