By Therese Hansen | December 1, 2008
How do you get requirements right? Do you have to be clairvoyant to do requirements engineering?
At JAOO Aarhus 2008 Chris Rupp talked about exactly that and why it is so hard to get requirements right. She talked about different approaches to reading the customers mind, how you can match the techniques to your project based on the biggest threat in the project and how to ask the right questions to identify defects in a delivered requirements document.
Get the slides here and watch the video:
So requirement engineering is hard – how do you do it? Do you use several of the techniques that Chris mentions or do you do nothing when the initial specification is set? Are there impediments towards doing requirements engineering in your projects?2008 JAOO | Tags: Chris Rupp, JAOO Aarhus, requirements | 1 Comment »