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I have no idea what this will be like, except as shown below, and have no relationship with the organizers or sponsors, but thought some of you might find this of interest.
The Principles Behind Writing Good Requirements
Is your team the victim of poorly written requirements? Are you still hoping your team will build the right solution without first identifying requirements? Are you letting your developers guess what requirements will fulfill customer needs?
If you answered ?yes? to any of these questions, you?re taking a big gamble!
In a perfect world, requirements are spelled out to a ?T? and truly reflect user and customer needs. In reality, teams often forge ahead with ambiguous requirements or, worse, with no requirements. The end result is software that does not meet user or customer needs, and requires expensive rework.
During this Webinar you will learn:
Tips and techniques for writing GOOD requirements Hints for identifying and removing requirement ambiguity
This Webinar includes live exercises on recognizing and creating good requirements allowing you to immediately apply what you?ve learned."
~ Emily Berk ~
On the web at www.armadillosoft.com *** Armadillo Associates, Inc. ~
~ Project management, developer relations and ~
extremely-technical technical documentation that developers find useful.~
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