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January 31, 2016

Humor: Business Requirements Cafe Menu

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"Business Requirements Cafe Menu"

 $$$$  Validated and specific Functional, Nonfunctional and Transitional Requirements on a bed of Business Rules accompanied by a generous portion of Data Requirements paired with Process Improvements and ending with a tantalizing Traceability dessert
 $$  Specific Functional and Nonfunctional Requirements on a bed of Business Rules
 $$  Functional and Nonfunctional Requirements with a small portion of Data Requirements
 $  Ambiguous Functional Requirements - al la carte
 $  Invalidated Nonfunctional Requirements - al la carte


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