UML is a globally accepted standard for software modeling in the technology community. Visualization with UML gives a punch to the whole development process. UML TOOLBOX: 20+ UML Tools & Tutorials
5 reasons to discuss failure | IT Project Failures | ZDNet.com Readers frequently ask why this blog emphasizes failure rather than success. Although I try to presents facts in a balanced manner, the blog name (IT Project Failures) definitely tells a particular story. There are five key reasons I believe analyzing failures leads to greater insight and higher value than merely talking about success: Failure is instructive. Most of us have an instinctive aversion to discussing weakness, based on concerns that criticism may hurt our pride, reputation, and so on.
Network Blogs: Cancel your German trainings - Book "Java Pr Good news, SDN folks we are glad to announce that our book “Java Programming with SAP NetWeaver“ is now available ( English version) in a completely updated version. No more need to elaborate on your German language skills in order to get insight about Java and SAP NetWeaver. The updated version covers SAP NetWeaver Release 7.1 . You will find the state-of-the-art positioning of SAP NetWeaver as Foundation of the SAP Business Suite, as well as standalone platform for composition and integration. All major programming models such as Java EE 5, Java Persistence, Web Dynpro and the use of Enterprise Services are covered in detail.
The BABoK (Business Analyst Body of Knowledge) lists 10 techniques for gathering requirements. Here’s an overview of each one. For more details, check out the latest Guide to the BABoK. Ten Requirements Gathering Techniques -Tyner Blain
6 Tips To Double Your Requirements Interview Effectiveness -Tyne Being effective at interviewing is key to gathering requirements effectively.
Here are the 16 chapters and 91 essays that make up the book. Introduction chapter 1
Over the lifetime of this blog I've often written about using the latest Web-based software and tools to accomplish things on a completely different timescale than has been possible previously. Things like Ruby on Rails, mashups, syndication, and other lightweight software and service models seem to be changing the rules of the game out on the Web. What used to cost thousands to develop, now only costs hundreds, what took 5-10 people now only takes one or two. Many of these trends appear to be successfully optmizing for one all important variable in an increasingly time-challenged world; ease of development and consumption. Situational Software Platforms Begin to Emerge
INDEX for non-functional requirements I talked to Scott at Tyner Blain about my non-functional requirements series and he suggested that I create an index for them. As I add new posts, I'll add them to this list and make sure the index appears in the Popular posts section. Complete list of non-functional requirementsThis is a very early post containing the names of the different types of non-functional requirements.
Overview The Agile Unified Process (AUP)
Microsoft Architecture Journal, current issue online