Applying Requirements Patterns
In this course, you’ll learn how to drastically reduce the time you spend on defining requirements and at the same time greatly increase quality. Why constantly re-invent the wheel when you’ve already found a similar solution? Like in many other fields, you can fall back on proven solutions in requirements management and thus save time and costs. And such solutions do exist – in the form of requirements patterns. These provide solution models for a wide variety of analytical problems. These models are specified in a standardized manner and thus provide a basis for the analysis. Analysts can then select the right solution pattern on the basis of stakeholder requirements. The pattern is then adapted and fleshed out in detail.
This course will cover the most important requirements patterns, and include exercises on how to apply them correctly. After the course is over, these patterns will still be freely available to participants who want to apply them to their own projects.
Analysts, requirements engineers, business analysts, quality manager, testers
Fundamental principles of requirements management, practical experience with use cases
Content (Details as PDF – German)
Fundamental principles of patterns
- External interfaces
- External interactions
- Specification references
- Documentation requirements
Information structure patterns
- Specific data types
- Specific data structures
- Specific IDs
- Data life spans
- Archiving data
Information processing patterns
User interaction patterns
- User interface infrastructure
- Response time behavior
- Dynamic capacity
- Static capacity
- Multiplicity and mandate concepts
- Multi-lingual and cultural ability
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We offer this course also on several dates as a webinar and face-to-face training in German. You can find all upcoming dates for our open trainings in German on our Website.