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Subject:Books on how to write software specs? From:71024 -dot- 3571 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM Date:Mon, 18 Sep 1995 11:10:05 GMT
Your questions highlight our problem - our programmers don't really know what
My impression is that they want a descriptive document that a new programmer
to get up to speed right away. What would you call this?
>From: Price, Becca
>Subject: RE: Books on how to write software specs?
>ask your audience what they expect to see in a software spec.
>BTW, do you mean spec as in requirements doc? or spec as in systems design
>spec that gets archived and only used when the program needs tweaking?