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New Post 10/8/2021 4:58 AM
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When constructing the questionnaire, general guideline to determine the questions would be to ask “how, where, when, who, what, and why.” For how: “How will you use this feature?” “How might we meet this business need?” “How will we know this is complete?” For where: “Where does the process start? customer survey

 
New Post 3/14/2022 10:47 AM
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An important question concerns your work failures and how you dealt with them.

 
New Post 4/5/2022 7:51 AM
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  • What do I know about this feature?
  • Or, what assumptions am I making about this feature that I need to confirm?
  • What does this feature need to do?
  • What is the end result of doing this?
  • What are the pieces of this feature?
  • What needs to happen next?
  • What must happen before?
 
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