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This system is your system. This system is my system.
It seems evident to test designs or prototypes of software with end-users. But what about requirements?
Who works in RE and what competences do they need, particularly soft skills?
The Future How Viewpoint.
Insights for 13 crucial challenges
‘A large elephant is in the room but we are not able or brave or willing enough to point at it’
How to use requirements gathering techniques to determine product requirements from non-verbal subjects
A short and fun elicitation workshop for Agile teams and architects
What are the levels of granularity of functional requirements and why this is important
An approach for iterative and requirements-based quality assurance in DevOps
Do you know what acceptance criteria are?
Ensuring Software Quality beyond Micromanagement
Lessons learned from a European Framework Project
Anecdotes from a Requirements Engineer in the Real World
An experience report from the IREB Academy Program in Africa
Effective specifications to select off-the-shelf software
How to build a strong foundation for business analysis and requirements engineering inside a company
Are the practices recommended by the IREB CPRE-FL syllabus still useful in agile projects?
Reverse Modeling and Up-To-Date Evolution of Functional Requirements in Alignment with Tests
No Double Dutch! [An article of the Inside IREB series]
Effective product management is the critical success factor to make a product successful – across its life-cycle and across markets.
What do we learn from Gender Studies for Requirements Engineering
The Main Thing is Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing
State of the discussion: Requirements Engineering and Product Owner in Scrum
Delegation of requirement verification. A key technique for more mature requirements management.
Using Hypothesis Testing and Metrics to Drive Requirements Elicitation
Why Testers should have a closer look into Requirements Engineering
Transitioning successfully from the IT side to business – and 5 questions you should ask yourself before moving from the tech side to Business Analysis