Navigating the table of IT elements
In earlier posts I have given some background to the table of IT elements; why it looks like it does and who might benefit from it. I have also started to create the elements themselves.
The next lesson is how to use the table as a learning aid, whether you want to dip in to individual elements or take a more structured progression through the content. Bear in mind that each element is presented as a small self-contained chunk of information and there is no prescribed ‘course’ or list of modules to follow. There is additional information available in blog posts, helpful articles and the glossary, some are linked to Elements, but others are there for you to find and browse as you wish.
This infographic should help get you started and navigate from left to right in the table, or jump about as the muse takes you! Remember the post about interrogatives, the colours represent 4 of the questions that one might ask of a software development project, a change initiative, or IT and computers in general
Why – What – How – Where
If you don’t want to wander randomly around the table in 8 gazillion different combinations, why not try something slightly more logical.
(Ed. it’s not really 8 gazillion)
From Testing follow links to Quality, Usability, Waterfall or Projects
As always thank you for your feedback and comments here or email me. Please read on for part 4 of 4.
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