International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process
Discovering, Analyzing, and Managing Requirements in Agile Projects
If you have been working on agile project, you know life is different for every. The fast pace nature of agile project dictates that discovering, managing, implementing, and testing requirements is all done very differently from how a traditional waterfall project do. Bulky requirement documents have no place in agile projects. Some even claim that detailed requirement description is not necessary to start writing design and code. Test professional are, in many cases, faced with the challenge of having to test against incomplete, possibly ambiguous requirements. Interestingly enough, although this is the norm in agile projects, we found that this is also the cases in many projects that use a traditional waterfall approach. This course has been designed to help the agile team including product owners, business analysts, tester, and developers deliver systems that meets intended use within the time constraints and the fast pace of agile projects.