Requirements Engineering compact in November and December 2014

microTOOL GmbH goes on tour in November with their new series of Business Breakfasts “Requirements Engineering compact – Four Sides to Your Coin”. Experts and consultants provide insights and give practical advice for the elicitation and visualization of requirements as well as traceability, agile release planning and possibilities of automated documentation. The new Use Case 2.0 concept by Ivar Jacobson will also be introduced.

The Business Breakfasts are aimed at leaders and R&D employees, contracting authorities, software and product manufacturers as well as service providers. In addition, users from norm and traceability-related sectors such as automotive or medicine are welcome.

Business analysts and requirements engineers will learn how to fill the gaps between use case analysis and the requirements for agile, incremental development of software and systems. Project managers will experience how to plan and execute projects based on requirements.

The Business Breakfasts 2014 take place on November 6 in Cologne, on November 13 in Hamburg, on November 27 in Munich and on December 11 in Berlin.

Products are getting increasingly complex, making Requirements Engineering a focal point of projects. The microTOOL Business Breakfasts are all about dealing with these complex requirements by improving and implementing a continuous Requirements Engineering workflow in organizations. Current trends in the area of Requirements Engineering are complemented by hands-on, real-world examples, giving insight and support for the implementation in projects.

The key issues for the Business Breakfast are Traceability, Agile Release Planning, Automated Documentation and Use Case 2.0.

  • November 6 2014, Cologne
  • November 13, 2014, Hamburg
  • November 27, 2014, Munich
  • December 11, 2014, Berlin

Breakfast is served at 9.a.m., presentations and discussions begin at 9:30 a.m., with possibility for exchange from approximately 12 p.m.

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