Use Case and User Story Techniques for Elicitation and Description of Software Requirements
Join us for our June IIBA Seattle chapter meeting! We are very excited to have Dr. Kivanç Ahmed Dincer as guest speaker.
Use Case and User Story Techniques for the Elicitation and Description of Software Requirements
This talk is going to present two popular requirements elicitation and description techniques, namely use cases and user stories. He will discuss the pros & cons of their distinct and joint use in agile software development projects. Additionally, he will share the results of some recent case studies from the software industry and their effectiveness in different project settings.
We will have additional social/networking time after the talk.
Kivanç Ahmed Dincer, Ph.D
Kivanç Ahmed Dincer is a faculty member in the School of Engineering and Technology at the University of Washington teaching courses on professional software development and software quality assurance. He has a Ph.D. in Computer and Information Science from Syracuse University and M.Sc. in Computer Science from Iowa State University.
Dr. Dincer has over 20 years of working experience in the IT industry at various roles such as software developer, business analyst, software architect and designer, software tester; project, program, and portfolio manager; researcher in university and national research institute environments; faculty member in computer science/engineering and information technology programs; trainer of project and quality management, and process improvement, and software development practices; quality control/assurance expert; and IT consultant.
Dr. Dincer currently holds the following professional certifications: CBAP (Certified Business Analysis Professional), PMP (Professional Project Manager,) CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), CSQE (Certified Software Quality Engineer), Certified Software Test Expert, and CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor.)