Writing requirements requires the ability to write clearly, concisely, and succinctly so others can design, develop, and test the product. This session covers 8 characteristics of writing a good requirement, reviews 4 steps to requirements gathering, and concludes with 17 tips for writing good requirements.
Come and learn how to craft a good requirement regardless of waterfall or agile approach. Yes, agile is a bit different, yet requires the same clarity, conciseness, and succinctness.
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Elizabeth Fraley will walk through one way to customize the OxygenXML environment. What you will learn:
- How custom actions can personalize your OxygenXML environment
- How custom actions work
- How to add menu items and toolbar buttons that will trigger your custom actions
- Save yourself time by automating repetitive tasks
- Where to go for help
This is your chance to ask questions with the author of the ebook that describes this process. If there’s time, she’ll give you another tip she learned after the ebook was published.
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