Category Archives: Requirements Management

How Functional are your Non-Functional Requirements?

Recently a small post on Slashdot concerning an article by Dan Crawford, on the performance of modern dynamic languages in general and JavaScript in particular, showed up and Dan’s site was quickly “slashdotted“. The next day the article was followed up with an … Continue reading

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Requirement: Have a Plan. Check!

Ok, that sounds cheesy, but after thinking about the Arquillian posts I thought I’d better tell you where I’m going. As Eric Raymond wrote, many developers write software to “scratch” a “personal itch”. My itch causes me to write also, but not … Continue reading

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