4 October 2016

Tool-based Requirements Gathering in Agile

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Requirements gathering is a vital process in software development life cycle. It becomes more challenging in an agile environment where the requirements are iteratively changing and new requirements are continuously coming in. Click Here To Create Your First Requirement in ReQtest & Become a Business Analyst Pro (Free 10-Day Trial) In an agile environment, it […]

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23 June 2015

Writing Requirements for Your App

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For a software delivery company, as soon as the idea for a new application is conceived or presented to the team by a client, the next step involves mapping out all the components of the final product. This pre-development phase is vital to reduce the risk of errors later in the project, and ensures that all […]

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1 June 2015

A Quick Template for Creating User Personas

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User personas are an easy and effective way to condense knowledge about your users into a practical and interactive tool, which will guide you in the development of software solutions that meet their needs. In this blog post, I share some simple ideas about how to best go about creating user personas, as well as […]

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16 February 2015

How to maintain your product backlog and sprint backlog using ReQtest

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Everyone loves a good list! This simple yet insanely useful tool plays an important role in keeping professionals on track and helping delivery teams realise the vision of their clients. In software development, we talk of two main lists which guide the progress of our work from start to finish: the product backlog and the […]

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5 February 2015

Requirements Management for Product Owners

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A lot has been said on our blog about acceptance testing and how automated software can simplify this process. Most of the information we share here is primarily geared towards helping testers to carry out their job more efficiently and effectively. In this blog post, however, I’ve decided to shift tracks and write about requirements […]

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