Services - Process Engineering

By: Softmetaware  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Software Development, Software Development Process

This 5-day course for Project Managers, Business Analysts, and Software Architects covers the essential techniques for agile project management, agile requirements management, and requirements modelling that need to be in place before an organization embarks on Model-Driven Software Development (MDSD). Content:

Component-Based Development Fundamentals
  • Basic Object Technology concepts
  • Interfaces and components
Requirements Engineering
  • Use Cases
  • Unified Modeling Language (UML) concepts
  • Requirements specification with UML
  • Functional requirements unsuitable for specification with Use Cases
  • Specification of quality attributes
  • Business modelling with UML
Agile Project Management and Requirements Management
  • Timeboxing
  • User and stakeholder involvement
  • Scope trading
  • Validation of software-under-construction

Prerequisites: The course assumes knowledge of basic project management principles and assumes some practical experience in project management and software requirements engineering. The course does not require prior knowledge of specific notations and methodologies.

Keywords: Software Development, Software Development Process

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