Software Requirements: Practical Techniques for Gathering and Managing Requirements Throughout the Product Development Cycle
Without formal, verifiable software requirementsand an effective system for managing themthe programs that developers think they’ve agreed to build often will not be the same products their customers are expecting. In SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS, Second Edition, requirements engineering authority Karl Wiegers amplifies the best practices presented in his original award-winning
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If I was teaching a class on the documentation artifacts that a BA uses in a typical waterfall style SDLC this would be THE book. If you are not looking for that topic in particular this book might be a 4(or possibly even 3) stars.
First the good things.
- Excellent discussion and overview of all the major requiremetns documentation artifacts that are used today.
- Covers not only the documents but tries to also cover the "why" behi ...more
This book fully covers the topic of requirements analysis and helped me to delve into this step of software development lifecycle.
The books is very easy and interesting to read, most of chapters starts with real life story that helps you to understand a problem and than author gives you a possible solutions.
Of course applicability of given solutions, approaches and patterns depends on your project size and developments ...more
На самом деле суть аналитика - в особой форме мышления. Плюс ответственность. Этого достаточно. По опыту. Всё просто и это далеко не самая сложная профессия, к тому же интересная.
В конце книги приведены примеры документов Vision и SRS - довольно полезные. Нашёл несколько фишек для себя.
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