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Smartest Way To Manage Requirements And Changes For Any Software Project 
Allmostapp guides provide most of the multi-disciplinary knowledge needed for software development in plain English. It is multi-disciplinary because it requires business analysts to gather and analyze requirements, programmers to code, UI designers to build interfaces, project managers to manage...
…The mindset of visitors using web software can be broadly classified into four groups. Each category has a peculiar set of characteristics and users enter these applications with a different mindset. It is best to first understand which type your application belongs to and what are the most important components for success…
…what is Web 2.0 and how is it different from Web 1.0? Most people think that using a lot of Ajax and bold color schemes turn an otherwise 1.0 site into a 2.0 site. No! There is a lot more to Web 2.0 and let us figure out what it is…
…While we tried making this article light-hearted with such a comparison, we really want you to understand that the attitudes needed are similar and you just have to apply them correctly depending on the situation – dating or web software development…
…According to surveys by the Standish Group, 20-25% of projects fail (or are challenged… never mind the terminology… just know that either the vendor and/or the customer is adversely impacted, and that is bad) due to poorly defined requirements…
…Now, you may be using Functional Specs or Use Cases or SRS or combinations thereof to achieve what has been stated above, or if you have embraced Agile, you may be talking in terms of User Stories. Whatever you do and however you do, ensure that documentation is not overdone and only the absolutely necessary documentation required to achieve the purpose is created…
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