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New Post 1/30/2008 4:23 AM
User is offline Adriano Comai
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Requirements-by-Example, and Requirements Document Template -  
Modified By ModernAnalyst.com  on 1/30/2008 9:26:02 AM)

I have published a new Requirements Document template
for software development projects, aligned with my Requirements-By-Example Guide (http://www.analisi-disegno.com/requisiti/Requirements-By-Example.htm)

It is a modular template. Each section can be a separate document, or
remain just a section of the composite document. Each section may be more or less formalized, depending on actual needs and preferences.

The Requirements Document template is intended to be used in
non-life-critical projects, because it does not explicitly require -
even if it allows - the traceability of requirements.

The template can be found at:
http://www.analisi-disegno.com/requisiti/RequirementsDocumentTemplate.htm

Adriano Comai
www.analisi-disegno.com

 
New Post 1/30/2008 10:42 AM
Online now... Adrian M.
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Re: Requirements-by-Example, and Requirements Document Template -  

Hi Adriano,

Thank you for sharing this with the community!  It looks like this is high-quality stuff.

Thanks again and keep on sharing the knowledge.

- Adrian


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New Post 1/30/2012 3:35 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Requirements-by-Example, and Requirements Document Template -  

 Adriano, interestings stuff.  I'll be readin this next weekend.

 

Have you seen the Specification by Example stuff by Goijko Adzic?

 
New Post 1/31/2012 7:42 AM
User is offline Tim G.
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Re: Requirements-by-Example, and Requirements Document Template -  

 Adriano, 

Thanks for publishing this artifact, I think it's great and will definitely help up and coming (and experienced) BA's navigate through the eliciation process. Even if it is not used as the source of truth for the requirements documentation, per your comment on traceability, it will help. Should all of these questions be proposed to both the business and the technical teams at the same time? Should a BA work with the business first then follow up/clarify with the IT team after? 

 
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