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June 03, 2011
In part one of this two-part interview with EBG Consulting's Ellen Gottesdiener, we learn about techniques used to elicit requirements and hear about the differences between Agile and traditional requirements elicitation.
March 22, 2011
Requirements management continues to be a challenge to software development organizations, but tool vendors are working to address those challenges. In this interview with Forrester analyst Mary Gerush, we hear about five important ALM trends in ...
April 15, 2010
Eliciting software requirements is a human-intensive activity, and any process requiring user input is never a walk in the park. Learn techniques that can help project leaders make the right choices in eliciting and then analyzing requirements needs.
November 16, 2009
Requirements elicitation is software development teams' toughest problem today, reveals a TechTarget survey. Most teams rely on use cases and requirements management tools to get requirements right. Agile and lean development practices are also ...
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Learn when and how a business analyst should engage developers during the process of defining requirements. Continue Reading
Do persona-based requirements make it easier to test software? Learn if there are tools designed to make testing software easier. Continue Reading
How does managing requirements differ in an Agile environment versus a mixed-methodology environment? How do Agile project managers document business requirements? Continue Reading
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In software development today, the overuse of user stories has become a common waste of time and resources. Continue Reading
A rep from Blueprint, a requirement modeling company, explains the difference between the Agile and Waterfall requirements-gathering processes. Continue Reading