A look back at the best from a year ago.
JAD is an acronym that stands for Joint Application Design. JAD sessions are collaborative meetings where the customers meet with developers to determine what the product needs to be or do.
Use Cases can be built up by combining other use cases. When a use case is made up of other use cases, the component use cases are known as subordinate use cases. The “parent” use case is referred to as the superordinate use case. This is known as composition. See an example of how composition works for use cases.
Enough of the debates about requirements and what we call them. Why don’t we just hire great developers and empower them to work directly with the customers?