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Part: IV Questioning XP Concepts > Requirements: Documentation or a Conversatio...

Chapter 16. Requirements: Documentation or a Conversation?

At the end of the day, if the software doesn't meet the user's needs, it is still lousy software, regardless of how it was created.

The traditional software engineering approach to software development assumes that requirements are relatively static. As such, it is assumed that requirements can be documented, agreed on, and then signed off with change control procedures put in place to control scope creep on projects.


  

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