This is the second part of a two-part article on software requirements gathering.
In the first half we discussed:
Now let’s dive into it.
It is widely recognized that a substantial portion of software defects (up to 85%) originates in the requirements engineering phase of the software development process (1).
The reasons behind this statistic are often: poor, ambiguous, incomplete or unclear specifications. …
I’ve been working in the software development industry for ten years and leading a team of ten developers for five.
Should I choose one thing, the uttermost important, among all the ones I learned during this time I’d undoubtedly say: Software requirements specification.
Why is it so important?
Because EVERYTHING regarding the success of the project depends on it. The requirements document you’ll write after the software analysis will be the only (or one of the very few) document that both you and the end customer will rely on when something goes wrong or doubts arise. …
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