Configuration Management

Configuration Management: A challenging task!

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Do you know the following situation? A software project is restarted and the individual tasks are distributed within the project team. Sometime if (nearly) all roles are assigned – no one has thought about the configuration management. Often this role is quickly assigned to the project leader, because – so the assumption -there is anyway […]

Are you still writing documents or are you already specifying?

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You want to start a new project, the product to be developed is already set in broad terms. You decide that now is the right time to structure these rough ideas, functions and solutions and to write it down. This point in time and the questions that arise now are subsequently examined in more detail. […]

Non-Functional Requirements – A challenge?

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According to my observation requirements engineering in general doesn’t get the appropriate attention. If you consider software and/or hardware projects which failed, you can see that often a missing or incorrect requirements engineering is one of the major causes. If we go further and consider the types of possible requirements, then you can make a […]

Requirement Categories – Why they are useful?

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When I reflect the current state of requirements engineering, then I recognize the following: There are a number of good tools for documenting requirements There are good and established methods for creating natural language requirements There are still relatively few standardized methods to properly handle recurring categories of requirements