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Non Functional Requirements in Agile Software Development

Date of Event: 
Thursday, October 3, 2013 - 5:30pm
Abstract: 

Functional requirements (FR) are a primary focus of Agile software development while non-functional requirements (NFR) are often not emphasized. However, good quality software needs to consider both FR and NFR. Lack of attention to NFR has been documented to be the cause of many software failures. The "NERV Methodology: Non-Functional Requirements Elicitation, Reasoning, and Validation in Agile Processes" can potentially benefit Agile software development organizations in addressing NFR.

Directions: 

Directions can be found on the map of the Electrical Engineering/Computer Science Building.
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Room: 

Keller (EE/CS) 3-320 (Look for signs)

This Month's Meeting
Program Manager: 
Alex Dietz - Saint Jude Medical
Speakers: 
Darshan Domah - UnitedHeath Group
Topic: 
Non Functional Requirements in Agile Software Development
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Location: 
University of Minnesota, Keller (EE/CS) Building
Schedule: 

5:30 - 8:00 p.m. at The University of Minnesota
5:30 start for networking, 6:15 start of meeting

Parking: 

We have reserved parking at the Washington Avenue Ramp! If there is event parking, tell the parking attendant when you enter that you have a reservation with TwinSPIN. If there is no event parking, take a ticket and Free parking tickets will be handed out at the meeting. .

Speaker Bio: 

Darshan Domah, Ph.D., PMP, CSM is a Senior Scrum Master/IT Project Manager at UnitedHeath Group in Plymouth. He has previously worked on Agile efforts at several organizations including Best Buy, Express Scripts, and Boston Scientific. His IT domain experience includes avionics, medical imaging, medical devices, retail, Pharmacy Benefits Manager, and Healthcare. Darshan has a PhD in Information Systems, an MS in Software Engineering and a BS in Electronics Engineering.*