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Software Requirements Management Videos and Tutorials

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Functional or Non-functional Requirements?

Can you agree that functional and non-functional requirements set the foundation for a successful software development project? If done wrong, product requirements distort the final result. Most importantly, this stage is difficult to redo later. Well, how to avoid miscommunication between the product owner and the dev team to set clear benchmarks for the product?

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The Requirements You Received Are Not Requirements

Too often when IT consultants receive software requirements for new features they are not requirements at all. At least, they are not defined as requirements. In most cases when identifying the problem the customer is likely to find a “solution” which is often what they present as requirements.

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My User Stories Aren’t Long Enough… Except When They Are Too Long

Product managers/owners often hear from our software development team that all of our user stories are too short, insufficient, skimpy, lacking detail. Except when we hear that all of our user stories are long-winded, verbose, overspecifying how instead of what. What’s really happening?

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Growing your Discovery Mindset

The Agile practices offer us an empirical discovery approach, rather than a predictive one, to develop a product. This, in turn, asks that we learn how to face uncertainty and leverage it, in a learning process that asks for the courage to make mistakes — wisely.

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Remote Ideation: Synchronous or Asynchronous?

Ideation in the UX design process can be conducted remotely: without having team members in the same room. This can be done synchronously (everybody participates at the same time) or asynchronously (people contribute at different times).

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Building Better Products by Engaging Hard to Reach Users

As technologists, one of the hardest things to remember is that we’re not our users and our assumptions can easily extend into our work. If we are not careful, we can easily end up designing products based on our assumptions and biases rather than insights from the actual audience.

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