Monthly Archives: November 2014

Conference Talk: Tomer Peretz on “Ensuring Software Alignment”

Last week at the Twentieth International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality in Tel-Aviv, Tomer Peretz gave a talk about “Ensuring Software Alignment”. Title: Ensuring Software Alignment Abstract:  Knowing where to allocate the project resources is the one of the key … Continue reading

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Conference Talk: Dr. Amir Tomer on “Extracting Quality Scenarios from Functional Scenarios”

This week at the Twentieth International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality in Tel-Aviv, Dr. Amir Tomer gave a talk about “Extracting Quality Scenarios from Functional Scenarios”. Title: Extracting Quality Scenarios from Functional Scenarios Abstract:  Requirements specifications usually focus on the … Continue reading

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Conference Talk – Hayim Makabee on Software Quality Attributes

This week I participated in the Twentieth International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality in Tel-Aviv, giving a talk about “Software Quality Attributes”. Title: Software Quality Attributes Abstract:  The quality of software systems may be expressed as a collection of Software Quality … Continue reading

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The Minimum Viable Product and Incremental Software Development

The concept of the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) was popularized by Eric Ries in his bestselling book “The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses”. According to Ries, the MVP is the “version of … Continue reading

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