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The systems development Life cycle (SDLC)

The systems development Life cycle (SDLC) is a structured process of creating or altering business solutions, including methodologies that people use to develop these systems and include a set of…

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Methodologies – The Waterfall Model

Methodologies – The Waterfall Model The main characteristic of the Waterfall model is a sequential progression through the different stages of a project from initiation to the delivery phase. The…

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Waterfall Model

Waterfall model The waterfall model is the most common methodology to use in large organizations, but it is not always the best. The waterfall model works best for small projects…

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Methodologies – The Spiral Model

Methodologies – The Spiral Model The Spiral model is a risk-oriented life cycle model that breaks down the development process into smaller phases. The objective of each phase is not…

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Methodologies – Evolutionary Prototyping

Methodologies – Evolutionary Prototyping Evolutionary Prototyping or Rapid Prototyping is an SDLC model used when developers face undefined or rapidly changing requirements. Business Analysts tasked with documenting the requirements can…

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Methodologies and the SDLC

Methodologies and the SDLC But that is how we did it at my last company! The methodology that you use is what determines how and when you do things.  It…

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Good requirements should be…

Feasible: The requirements must be technically, economically, and operationally possible. Necessary: The requirements must represent the real needs of the organization. Prioritized: The requirements must be ranked according to the…

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15 Questions to ask yourself when writing requirements

Often writing requirements can be stressful if you do not know what you or the client is expecting. I have put together a list of questions that I like to…

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Different Requirement Types

Most Business Analysts are familiar with functional and non-functional requirements, but some organizations like to be more specific when it comes to defining requirement types. Here is a list of…

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Functional vs. non-functional requirements

Functional Requirements Are things the system must do Describe user-required behavior Are also called behavioral requirements Can be documented in text, graphical, or matrix formats Non-Functional Requirements Are things that…

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