Practical Software Requirements: A Manual of Content and Style



Practical Software Requirements: A Manual of Content and StylePrecise, Practical Instructions On How To Distinguish Requirements From Design To Provide Clear Solutions.

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  • Paperback
  • 454 pages
  • Practical Software Requirements: A Manual of Content and Style
  • Benjamin L. Kovitz
  • English
  • 11 March 2017
  • 1884777597

10 thoughts on “Practical Software Requirements: A Manual of Content and Style

  1. Eric says:

    Hands down the best book I have ever read on requirements If you can look past the dated examples, absolutely every recommendation in this book is worth taking if you re interested in writing high quality requirements.

  2. Jim Butler says:

    Deep and unique I feel I ve really come to understand what a requirement is and how to communicate it to non technical people The reader, however, will have to be familiar with the concepts and terminology of software engineering or will miss some of the theoretical points The only drawback for me, was the concentration on Jackson s approach While the book ties the subject matter well to methodological components, I would suggest getting your methodology education elsewhere Skip the theore Deep and unique I feel I ve really come to understand what a requirement is and how to communicate it to non technical people The reader, however, will have to be familiar with the concepts and terminology of software engineering or will miss some of the theoretical points The only drawback for me, was the concentration on Jackson s approach While the book ties the subject matter well to methodological components, I would suggest getting your methodology education elsewhere Skip the theoretical why , chapter 12 and beyond Part III on style is where the value of the book lies and justifies the cost

  3. Lori Grant says:

    A should read book on product management for knowledge workers and entrepreneurs.

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