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CHAPTER 3: REQUIREMENTS DETERMINATION System Analysis and Design, Fifth Edition by Roberta M. Roth, Alan Dennis, Barbara Haley Wixom
“During the analysis phase, requirements are written from the perspective of the business, and they focus on what the system needs to do in order to satisfy business user needs.”
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“Developers are creatures of habit and are generally very opinionated. You cannot just go there and tell them what to do. The most efficient way to introduce a technical practice is to lead by example. Ask them to pair with you and show them how you do it.”
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“If you've ever wanted to build and modify your own Minecraft CraftBukkit server, today is your lucky day becuase this book was made for you!”
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“The consistency boundary logically asserts that everything inside adheres to a specific set of business invariant rules no matter what operations are performed. The consistency of everything outside this boundary is irrelevant to the Aggregate. Thus, Aggregate is synonymous with transactional consistency boundary”
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“In this terrific set of one-on-one video sessions with experts in the continuous delivery field, Jez Humble interviews Eric Ries on the Lean Startup methodology; Gary Gruver on large scale Agile development; Jesse Robbins on DevOps and cloud computing; John Allspaw on DevOps and continuous delivery; and Elizabeth Hendrickson on Agile testing.”
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“ANPs become the logical representation of the entire application and its interdependencies on the Cisco ACI fabric”
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“Python Guide for the Total Beginner LiveLessons is an introduction to programming in Python. You will learn not only about the basics of programming and how to work with Python but delve into advanced concepts like object oriented programming, working with database, developing for the web, and creating games.”
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“An excellent, beautifully-laid out comprehensive survey of design as a discipline. The principles of the craft, the history of the profession, and the contemporary state of the industry are meticulously chronicled in this book.”
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The best-selling C++ tutorial - updated for the latest standards, and enhanced to be even more engaging for beginners

  • Teaches C++ as a first programming language, through short, simple chapters that can be completed in no more than an hour each

  • Includes well-crafted, up-to-date, and concise examples, and provides a C ...

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The need to handle increasingly larger data volumes is one factor driving the adoption of a new class of nonrelational “NoSQL” databases. Advocates of NoSQL databases claim they can be used to build systems that are more performant, scale better, and are easier to program.

NoSQL Distilled is a concise ...

“For the architecture to be effective as the backbone of the project’s design, it must be communicated clearly and unambiguously to all of the stakeholders.”
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Arguments Thinking with Data by Max Shron
“Arguments are built around claims. Before hearing an argument, there are some statements the audience would not endorse. After all the analyzing, mapping, modeling, graphing, and final presentation of the results, we think they should agree to these statements. These are the claims. Put another way, a claim is a statement that could be reasonably doubted but that we believe we can make a case for. All arguments contain one or more claims.”
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