Requirements challenges are the most frequently cited cause of software project failure. This course gives you an in-depth understanding of the three purposes of requirements and how to make sure that yours are grounded in reality. You’ll practice applying proven techniques for exploring user needs, capturing requirements, and controlling changes.
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