Ch30 - Chapter 30 Agile Requirements Methods Mitigating...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 30 Agile Requirements Methods Mitigating Requirements Risk The entire requirements discipline within the software lifecycle exists for only one reason: To mitigate the risk that requirements-related issues will prevent a successful project outcome. If there were no such risks, then it would be far more efficient to go straight to code and eliminate the overhead of requirements-related activities. Requirements Techniques and the Specific Project Risks They Address Requirements Techniques and the Specific Project Risks They Address Requirements Techniques and the Specific Project Risks They Address Documenting Requirements Most requirements artifacts, Vision documents, use cases, and so forthand indeed software development artifacts in general, including the coderequire documentation of some kind. Documenting Requirements Do we really need to write this document at all? "Yes" only if one or more of these four criteria apply. 1. The document communicates an important understanding or agreement for instances in which simpler verbal communication is either impractical.communication is either impractical....
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