Sessions

Marguerite Stearns
I Write Requirements... Do You?
Marguerite Stearns

I Write Requirements... Do You? A workshop for writing requirements that goes beyond just telling you they need to be SMART

Room: Jefferson
Topics: Requirements;
Tags: Agile; Requirements

Faye Thompson
Who Are We Building This For, Anyway?
Faye Thompson

User personas are invaluable tools for developing a deeper understanding of our users' needs, motivations and tolerances.

Room: Jefferson
Topics: Requirements
Tags: Requirements

Craig Burton
Writing Great Requirements - Tips for Project Managers from an Engineer's Perspective
Craig Burton

Writing requirements seems simple on the surface: just describe what you want. Unfortunately, "what you want" is rarely enough to make informed engineering decisions. What are some common pitfalls in requirements? How can you avoid them?

Room: Appalachian
Topics: Project Management; Requirements
Tags: Agile; Requirements

Mike Amundsen
Twelve Patterns for Hypermedia Service Architecture
Mike Amundsen

Code Patterns and Best Practices for Building Autonomous Clients The speed of feature release for web and mobile apps continues to increase, but it can grow costly and time consuming to constantly rebuild and redeploy client applications—especially through app stores, where updates can take more

Room: Jefferson
Topics: Application Development; Requirements;
Tags: Architecture Practices; Development Practices; Requirements; Web Services

Emily  Harshman
Writing Requirements as User Stories
Emily Harshman

Developers are key in driving well-written user stories. This session will show good user stories and how you can coach your product owner toward writing effective and well-written user stories. This session covers estimating techniques of user stories and how to improve estimates over time.

Room: Jefferson
Topics: Requirements;
Tags: .NET; Accessibility; Agile; Architecture Practices; Big Data; Clojure; Cloud; Continuous Deployment; Cross-Platform; Database/SQL; Design (UI/UX/CSS); Development Practices; DevOps; Functional Programming; Hardware; iOS/OSX; IoT; Java; JavaScript; Mobile; PHP; Project Management; Python; Requirements; Ruby/Rails; Scala; Security; Soft Skills; Software Process; Testing; Web; Web Services; Windows 8/10; Other Languages; Other

Marguerite Stearns
Big A little a What Begins With A? Business Analysis in Agile...
Marguerite Stearns

Big A little a What Begins With A? Business Analysis in Agile...It is the Activity Not the Title What is Big A little a What are Requirements (IIBA) How do User Stories & Acceptance Criteria correlate the idea we have of Requirements Where Does Business Analysis occurs in Agile Why BA Should

Room: Heartland
Topics: Project Management; Requirements; Soft Skills
Tags: Agile; Project Management; Requirements

Jeff Strauss
User-Driven Development: This Is Not a UX Talk
Jeff Strauss

Modern developers acknowledge the importance of user experience. But do we really focus on it? Considering and developing your interface first will improve efficiency and reduce rework. Retrain your mindset, modify your process, improve your results, and become a Problem Solver!

Room: Burley/Cumberland/Derby
Topics: Application Development; Requirements; User Experience;
Tags: .NET; Architecture Practices; Development Practices; JavaScript; Requirements; Software Process; Web

Faye Thompson
Great Business Analysts Think Like Freaks
Faye Thompson

Freakonomics authors Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner provide a useful framework for critical thinking in their 2014 book How to Think Like a Freak. This session shows how we can apply that problem-solving frame work to requirements elicitation and analysis.

Room: Appalachian
Topics: Requirements
Tags: Requirements

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A software development conference in the Louisville, KY area on June 7-9, 2017 designed to cover all aspects of software development regardless of development stack.

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