Tag: sdlc

Waterfall and Agile- An Engineer’s Perspective

Waterfall and Agile- An Engineer’s Perspective ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Last time I talked about validation and verification and how they apply to both software requirements and engineering. Today, I’d like to cover another topic we talk about in our training and how it relates to engineering; software development lifecycles (SDLC) for Waterfall and Agile. Again, to begin, I’d like to start with the definition […]

The Four Attributes of High-Quality Requirements

The Four Attributes of High-Quality Requirements ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Here at ArgonDigital, we are often asked what actually constitutes “good” requirements. If you gathered a group of project team members and started making a list of all the qualities that would define a “good” requirement, you would quickly become overwhelmed. We have narrowed the massive requirement wish-list down to the four essential qualities that […]

What do you do when your product passes UAT and fails when it’s released?

What do you do when your product passes UAT and fails when it’s released? ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Let’s say you’ve been engaged in a project that’s much needed by the company. Let’s say that it has had a past filled with failure. Let’s say that it’s on the chopping block to be cut, due to being a seemingly money pit. Let’s say that you’re on a super awesome team to turn the […]

A Business Analyst’s Checklist for User Acceptance Testing

A Business Analyst’s Checklist for User Acceptance Testing ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

A while ago, Joy wrote a post about how to prep for a UAT (User Acceptance Testing). I would like to add to that, with my own experience, for what is needed in order to prep for a UAT.   I had a client once who was building an internal software product, failed their UAT, […]