Mastering Non-Functional Requirements
Mastering Non-Functional Requirements is an invaluable resource for analysts and architects looking to capture NFRs in their engagements. It outlines a comprehensive methodology for capturing NFRs, as well as providing a framework that can be used by these professionals to tackle the complexities of NFRs across various projects. With this book, analysts and architects now have access to an essential toolkit for understanding how best to incorporate NFRs into their workflows. It also provides checklists for the software quality attributes related to the business, application, data, and infrastructure domains. If you want to ‘go deep’ this book gives thorough coverage of non-functional requirements.
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Business Analysis Techniques
The business analyst now needs the widest possible array of tools and the skills and knowledge to be able to use each when and where it is needed. This book describes 99 business analysis techniques and explains the context in which they are used within a business analysis effort. Each of these techniques are specific “tools” that can applied at various stages of a project life cycle. In addition to showing how the various techniques fit within business analysis process the book is designed to serve as quick reference. Considering the amount of techniques covered this book, it is by far the best out there for business analysis tools and techniques.
Discovering Requirements: How to Specify Products and Services is a comprehensive book useful for anyone looking to get the most out of their projects. It contains a wealth of carefully checked tips and tricks, illustrated examples, checklists, summaries, keywords and exercises that will help you discover requirements and better understand the real problems you’re trying to solve. Additionally, guest boxes from other experts provide extra hints and advice that can further enhance your understanding or give new ideas on how best to approach a project. It includes a full chapter on product qualities and constraints and how to discover, document, and validate non-functional requirements.