Hi all. I am in a new role within software QA and this was one of several questions presented to me by a CTO of a fortune 1000 company. I have an SME to strategize, develop and oversee this project but I thought I would use his question on this forum to see what would surface. So thank you to Joe for at least asking more questions. Otherwise, the responses are just rude, condescending and unnecessary. Sorry to have intruded on your open forum for intelligent conversations.
Chris, some of the responses may have been facetious, but consider the following:
1. You are very new to these forums, unlike the respondents. Lurking and reading for a while might have been a good idea.
2. Defining your terminology would have been helpful (you've actually still not answered Joe's question.) Perhaps you don't know yourself what it means. In which case asking said CTO what he or she meant might have been a good idea.
3. Look back at your original post - it is very demanding. For example "please provide me with a strategy to set up a generic solution delivery life cycle..." The "please" might have made it somewhat polite, but with the use of "provide me" it is still like ordering a meal in a restaurant.
Peter I am unaware of your grievance or why you continue to take your time to mock my initial "generic" question. Regardless, please with a cherry on top could we have a clean slate? My CTO in question used the exact phrase "generic solution delivery life cycle" which I was also a bit confused with, hence my initial attempt at a posting. To clarify though, he is asking about deliverable solutions to SDLC optimization and from a consulting perspective. It is still vague and likely not the absolute best question for this forum but I thought I would give it a try.