Month: October 2011

Requirements Management Articles
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Discovering Business Architecture Value

In business use case (BUC), an abstraction of the system use case model, business actors with specific business goals interact with other business actors. It is primarily an external view of the business model or area of interest. This article explains how business use cases can help business architects, helping them to discover quality high […]

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Requirements Management Articles
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The Concept of the Minimum Viable Product

Does the word ‘minimum’ immediately raise your hackles? This article emphasizes that learning to prioritize, getting to production early, and subsequently delivering in small increments are key disciplines in the practices of Agile and continuous delivery. The term Minimum Viable Product (MVP) has been around, in various forms, for a long time. I’ve also heard […]

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Videos

Modeling the Business Domain in UML with Visual Studio

This tutorial describes how to use domain driven modeling in Visual Studio 2010 with conceptual class diagrams. Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate helps you understand, discuss, and communicate your users’ needs by drawing diagrams about their activities and the part your system plays in helping them achieve their goals.

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Videos

Tools of Analysis 1

This introductory video presents the concepts of physical and logical worlds in the context of business analyis.

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Requirements Management Books
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Agile Software Requirements by Dean Leffingwell

The title of one of the initial chapters of the book “Agile Software Requirements” by Dean Leffingwell is “The Big Picture of Agile Requirements”. This emphasizes that agile requirements are more than user stories on a small card. In this book, Dean Leffingwell presents the big picture of agile requirements, together with the small details that […]

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