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Requirements Engineering: A Practicum

Identifying, documenting, and communicating software requirements are key to all successful IT projects. Common problems in requirements engineering are “How do we discover the real requirements?”, “How do we document requirements?”, and “How do user stories fit into requirements?” Erik van Veenendaal answers these questions and more while helping you improve your skills in requirements engineering for both traditional and agile projects. With practical case studies and hands-on exercises, Erik illustrates requirements issues and solutions. Practice finding, specifying, and evaluating requirements while learning how to gather information through varied elicitation techniques. Exploring the advantages and disadvantages of each technique, Erik offers guidelines for developing both functional and nonfunctional requirements. Learn a rule set for determining how much documentation you need for “good enough” requirements. Explore requirements review techniques—walkthroughs and inspections—to determine what will work best for you. Collaboratively create a set of Golden Rules for requirements engineering that every project can use.