Category Archives: Product Management

Prioritizing vs. Sequencing the Product Backlog

A primary tenet of agile software development is doing the highest business-value work earlier. The idea is that you achieve a minimal marketable feature set as early as possible so that a) you can issue releases earlier and b) if … Continue reading

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Non functional requirements – a tale of two cities

I’ve been thinking about non-functional requirements lately. Ilities, some might say. It occurred to me that there are two classes of non-functional requirements: those that are visible to the user and those that are hidden. Performance and usability are examples … Continue reading

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