Month: April 2012

Requirements Management Articles
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Comprehensive User Stories

A user story is a high-level requirement of a feature provided from the perspective of a stakeholder. A comprehensive user story has acceptance criteria that cover all possible functional scenarios or conditions needed to satisfy the user requirements. In development and testing terms, this means defining positive and negative scenarios. This article defines what differs […]

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Challenging Requirements

This video discusses common failure patterns with requirements and specifications on agile projects and talks about ideas, patterns and practices for requirements and specifications that lead to much less rework, more consistent specifications with less functional gaps and ultimately happier customers.

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User Stories and Use Cases

What is the difference between user stories and use cases. This video shows the difference between them with examples, and also shows how they can be related.

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Business Analysis and Software Requirements Certifications

Certification has become a mainstream feature of professional careers. Various business analysis and software requirements organizations exists that offers both a community for sharing knowledge and certifications opportunities in a similar way than the Project Management Institute provides for project management domain. This article presents a list of business analysis and software requirements certifications currently […]

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Representing Domain Requirements and Domain Architecture in Software Product Line

Software Product Line (SPL) core assets development is an effective approach in software reuse in which core assets can be shared among the members of the product line with an explicit treatment of variability. This article propose an approach for transitioning requirements models to architecture levels to overcome the issue of variability at the requirements […]

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