requirements Archive

Lean Software Development Achieving Better Requirements

Agile approaches help by acknowledging the uncertainty and noise that surrounds software development projects. Their solution to this is evolutionary or emergent development. The question now is how can we improve on this? How to make the

Lean Requirements

Agile development practices introduced, adopted and extended the User Story as the primary currency for expressing application requirements within the agile enterprise. However, as powerful as this innovative concept is, by itself the user story does not

Efficient Ways to Work with Requirements

This talk is about the cooperation between test organisations and the people working with requirements. How do we work as efficiently as possible? When during the project lifecycle can we gain from each other? How do we

From User Requirements to Product Value

Five Guidelines for Writing Need Statements. User Requirements usually are just raw data that describes a symptom or a limited solution. As an agile practitioner, I want to present “translation” guidelines for user requirements so that they

Beyond Test Driven Development: Behaviour Driven Development

Test Driven Development (TDD) has become quite well known. Many developers are getting benefit from the practice. But it is possible that we can get even more value. A new practice is getting attention these days: Behaviour