Requirements, Business Analysis, Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, and Design


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Requirements, Business Analysis, Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, and Design
Requirements, Business Analysis, Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, and Design
<emphasis role="bold">Introduction</emphasis> Before any code can be created for a software application, it is necessary to define the features, scope, structure, and user interfaces that will be developed. It is also necessary to define the methods of delivery of those features, and the platforms on which the application will operate. In addition, targets and goals for the application must be defined in terms of performance, security, reliability, and a number of ot…
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Capers Jones: Software Engineering Best Practices: Lessons from Successful Projects in the Top Companies. Requirements, Business Analysis, Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, and Design, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export