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Capstone Technical writing

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I am looking for someone to write a capstone project technical writing paper for me. The paper must be between 15-20 pages long. The project is building a music lab for a music store. The music store recently inquired some new software that will allow students to learn about composers, sight reading, ear training, theory lessons, and listening to various pieces of music played by a plethora of pianists. The music lab will consist of 10 laptops placed on tables lining the walls around the room. Each laptop will have an Akai Professional LPK25 25-Key Ultra-Portable Keyboard Controller plugged into it via usb/midi connection to play along with the lessons. The network will consist of all wireless connections with a single wireless router placed in the secure room close by. Because this will be a peer to peer network with very little internet access, a server would not be necessary. The store already had DSL and didn’t see a reason to change it. New music software will be installed on one sandbox laptop, tested and then installed on each laptop. Three more laptops will be designated to management. One sandbox laptop designated to the IT Admin for testing, another was designated for the store manager for the day to day operations, and the last was designated or the store owner. The format must be APA.
It must be constructed like this:
Writing a Summary

Provide a summary (about three to five pages) of your proposed technical project. Your idea paper will serve as the starting point for the summary. The summary, however, includes coverage of all sections in the proposal.

Writing a Review of Other Work

In this section (about two to three pages), you will review other work that is relevant to your technical project. Perhaps there are case studies of similar projects, comparisons of various solutions, or related articles. For example, if you are planning a network security project, you might choose to summarize articles that describe the business case for improved security, comparisons of various hardware and software products that are possible alternatives for your project, and case studies that relate to the project you are planning.

Writing a Rationale and Systems Analysis

This section (about two to three pages) discusses the reasons for implementing the project described in your proposal; they may consist of both business and technical reasons. It also summarizes the systems analysis that you have done for your technical project.

Writing Goals and Objectives

List the goals and objectives (five to eight pages) of your technical project. Describe each in detail and explain how the project will help to attain them. You should note that goals and objectives are not necessarily technical in nature. Some of them will reflect business or organization goals. You should also discuss how you would recognize reaching the goals and objectives.

Writing Deliverables

Explain in five to eight pages what types of deliverables your project will provide. For example, you could explain that your project will include some sort of formal report. It will likely also include a technical IT product and a user's manual or other documentation.

Writing Plan and Timelines

Include in your proposal a projected timeline for your technical project, with milestones. In this section, you will demonstrate the IT project management skills that you have developed during your degree program. Remember that these are estimates made before you even begin the technical project. It is not uncommon for project plans to require revision once the project is underway.

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