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As requirements are being gathered and prioritized, they also need to be documented. In Diagrammatic Notations and Software Requirements Specification Writing, we discuss and practice the process of turning requirements into something readable to the customers at a high level, and the developers. When a designer or developer reads your document, they should be able to understand the overall idea, the scope, the domain, the resources, the expectations, and why alternative choices are not selected. To create a document in this way, you use a balance between storytelling (with pictures!) and complex diagrams....
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por Regina M

4 de ago. de 2020

Extremely hard getting peer assessments. Check forums week 5 to see what I am talking about. Also, her teachings were like she taught phds.

por Adnan H

7 de jun. de 2020

Very Informative and knowledge full

por Prashanta D

13 de nov. de 2018

very nice experiance

por Simone K

29 de oct. de 2020

Excelente curso!

por Sazzad H

19 de jun. de 2020

good one

por 121910320018 V S

21 de dic. de 2020


por Tushar U

18 de may. de 2019

This course is good to understand requirement management and emphasize on basic modules for requirement drafting .

por R N G

22 de dic. de 2020


por Jamie W

29 de oct. de 2021

I have taken all the courses in this series and I would give them all one star only. The instructor is clearly reading a script and only presents each concept at a very high-level. If you want to learn about anything in these courses, get yourself a book instead. The slides are uninformative. The quizzes cover details not disclosed to you in the lesson. I pride myself in taking very clear notes. Some of my notes were written verbatim but were not the correct answer to the quiz question...This particular course had the same slide show twice and therefore missed a whole presentation of slides that had pertinent information on them to the quiz. All in all, Coursera has been a disappointment for me. I will be using Pluralsight for all my future needs.