Tag: visual models for software requirements

2-Minute Models Part I: Decision Trees Video

2-Minute Models Part I: Decision Trees Video ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

I’m a big fan of visual models. So much so that I decided to make a visual representation of discussing decision tree models (instead of typing up a wordy blog post). Hope you enjoy!     My Part II video for 2-Minute Models will cover decision tables. Be on the look out for that post […]

An Exercise in Documenting Current State: Reddit and the BDD

An Exercise in Documenting Current State: Reddit and the BDD ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Introduction “Let’s be honest; someone knows how all this stuff works, right?” This is a phrase that may come up in many, many projects in several different SDLC atmospheres. Companies, over years and years of IT innovation, restructure, re-programming, retrofits, etc., contain a cobweb of functionality and features of many products that will often rely […]

User Stories: Purist vs. Realist

User Stories: Purist vs. Realist ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Over the past decade, agile project management has taken the technology world by storm. Its benefits are far reaching throughout the organization. Upper management gets more predictability, product managers are able to pivot/adjust easily, and engineers take ownership in the process and do what they do best just to name a few. By far, Scrum […]