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The Quest for Software Requirements is an exceptional book and perfect for any professional looking to improve their skills in eliciting requirements. It contains over 2,000 suggested questions designed to help master the art of requirements gathering and ensure that all vital information is captured. It includes step-by-step techniques, insightful tips and tools, easy-to-use checklists, examples of non-functional requirements, and requirements-gathering questions. This resource provide readers with a powerful toolset to more accurately identify, classify and document non-functional requirements. Highly recommended!
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