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Schaumburg Township District Library
Merging Agile Methods with Use Case Best Practices
Douglas Shimp – NetObjectives
Capturing functional requirements with Use Cases is a software development best practice. Agile development processes are proving themselves to be effective. How do we marry the two in a seamless, painless, way? The answer is to combine the iterative nature of agility with incremental development of use cases. It turns out they work very well together, as this talk explains.
Discussion of Agile Software Development
· Purpose and Philosophies
· Managing the work being done
Use Case Development (the six questions)
· What Does The System Do?
· What Does This Use Case Do?
· How Do We Make It Do That?
· What Pieces Do We Need?
· What Could Go Wrong?
· How Do We Handle This One?
Integrating Use Cases into Agile Development
· Introducing the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
· Use Cases Populate the WBS
· Calculating Earned Business Value (EBV)
Who Should Attend
Those who want to understand how to develop requirements for a software system. It is applicable for all who must be familiar with developing requirements for a software project, including analysts, architects, programmers, testers and ...
About the Author
Douglas E. Shimp has 15 years experience in the technology field. He has played all roles in software development (developer, QA, Analyst, Manager, Leader etc) and has established himself as a leader in the field. Most recently Doug worked in the finance industry as a leader for the management and development of core finance technology. The finance company was a child for a much larger parent that needed an emergent business/technology trend setter to push its IT systems forward. Doug was successful in enabling the parent company to attain a dominant market position by providing incubation space for the innovation of key finance technology. One of Doug’s distinctions is his focus on the interaction of technology and corporate cultural issues. He is certified by both Cockburn and Associates to teach “Writing Effective Use Cases” and Advanced Development Methods as a Scrum Master.
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