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July 07, 2013

Humor: Identifying the Critical Requirements

Humor - Cartoon: Identifying the Critical Requirements

Manager: "We have a big issue: we can't figure out which requirements are the critical ones."

Analyst: "I know this might sound kooky, but what if we ask the customer?"

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LSLahrson posted on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 3:08 PM
Is this is funny because tragically, it's the norm during requirements gathering, or it's funny because there's simple solution will be rejected?

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