Trainings & Workshops
Formulation rules for specifications: Structured. Clear. Testable.
Textual specifications are often described in a misleading or imprecise manner. This presents a
significant project risk and makes it more difficult to verify and validate products being developed. With better specifications, you can reduce these risks, use your specifications more efficiently and create a solid basis of communication for everyone involved in the project.
- Language characteristics
- Basic principles of language
- Language in requirement engineering process
- A system of language rules to express requirements
- Expressing and reviewing requirements with an example project
You will learn about the significance of good requirements for development and testing. You will create unambiguous requirements which are easy to understand and can be tested. You will receive objective evaluation criteria for the identification of defects and you will learn methods and techniques for creating requirements. This will increase the quality of your documents, simplify and target your communication with your customers and contractors and increase the success of your projects with simple means.
Requirement managers, (technical) project managers, quality assurance managers, development engineers, test engineers
Specific Previous Knowledge:
Basic understanding of the processes in requirements engineering & management
Your Coach: Tim Jakobi