Linkedin Webinar 2 June 2021

Colin Hammond is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Analysing Software User Stories Time: Jun 2, 2021 04:00 PM London Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86800467511?pwd=UkxtdytIMEZoU1Y2d21Db0VrNVBjUT09 Meeting ID: 868 0046 7511 Passcode: 718034 One tap mobile +16468769923,,86800467511#,,,,*718034# US (New York) +16699006833,,86800467511#,,,,*718034# US (San Jose) Dial by your location +1 646 876 9923 US (New York) +1 [...]

Book recommendations

Some of our favourite books on software: Software Measurement and Estimation Applied Software Measurement: Global Analysis of Productivity and Quality, by Capers Jones The Economics of Software Quality by Capers Jones and Olivier Bonsignour Quantifying Software by Capers Jones Software Estimation: Demystifying the Black Art  by Steve McConnell A Guide to Software Size Measurement (free) by  Charles [...]

Requirements Engineering – automated

Requirements Engineering - what is it? The activities of requirements engineering typically include following: Requirements elicitation - Discovering needs and wants regarding the software product. Requirements analysis– examining, interpreting and verifying requirements, includes checking for defects, tracing requirements to business objectives.  This can include diagramming. System Modeling - is a form of requirements analysis, it means [...]

Cost of Delay and WSJF

All software work is time sensitive and there is a real cost of delay.  The speed at which new or improved software is implemented matters. Always. Being the first to implement an innovative capability can be be the competitive edge that makes one company thrive leaving its competitors to struggle. "speed and security are the keys [...]

Test User Stories with these 10 Tests

How do I test user stories? On most software activity the user stories are a terse reminder of the conversations between product owner, developer and tester. Although user stories are very short, the form is commonly misused and this leads to ambiguity, unnecessary discussion and rework.  In this article we set how to test user stories [...]

Shift Left Testing

Shift left - defined Shift left or shift left testing is the concept of performing quality assurance work as early as possible in the software development cycle to reduce the overall work required to deliver high quality software. Even in Agile there is a sequence that is followed in software development which is typically as follows: [...]

Improve Software Quality – Efficiently

A Universal Technique to Improve Software Quality Everyone wants to improve software quality as much as possible, provided that it does not slow down delivering new functionality. It just so happens that there is a single technique that can dramatically improve the quality of software development.  In this article, you will learn two key fundamentals: Knowledge [...]

Visualising Software Requirements

17th June 2020, Marlow, UK. ScopeMaster announces the auto-generation of requirements model diagrams from written software requirements.  Rather like  use case diagrams, this new charting feature allows you to explore your software requirements like never before, giving instant insight into validity, completeness, consistency and complexity. Many people think visually.  ScopeMaster takes written requirements, interprets them analyses [...]

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