Inappropriate Constraints In many software practices, ‘business requirements’ end up not being actual business requirements. A requirement is something essential to the existence of the system.Read more
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The Problem. In many software practices, there is an overemphasis on use case modeling. Often, use cases are presented as the only technique for identifying and analyzing business requirements.Read more
Six things you can do to protect yourself from 18 common mistakes in Requirements and Specifications that will tank your project.
18 Red Flags. Here are eighteen things you should be on the alert for to help you recognize poor quality business requirements and domain specifications in your software practice.Read more