The “Initiative Hochschule” supports Universities of Applied Sciences with practical knowledge and software. In the course of this effort microTOOL deepens its cooperation with the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin. Ursula Meseberg, Managing Director at microTOOL, will hold a guest lecture on agile planning with Use Case 2.0. This lecture will introduce the new Use Case 2.0 concept by Ivar Jacobson. Mirko Pracht, Head of Consulting at microTOOL, will teach at the Hochschule as a guest lecturer on software technology. “We will begin by clarifying some basic IREB terminology, meaning the approach to requirements engineering as recommended by the International Requirements Engineering Board. This is a solid basis for the students’ professional life. After that we detail the requirements analysis and the subsequent requirements design,” says Mirko Pracht. The Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin and microTOOL look back on a long-standing cooperation. Of particular interest in this are the current microTOOL products in-STEP RED and objectiF RM, with their integration of project management, requirements management and requirements modeling. An active approach to knowledge transfer rounds out the cooperation.
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