Towards requirements engineering practice for professional end user developers : A case study

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Authors: Faily, S.

Journal: Requirements Engineering Education and Training, 2008. REET ’08

Pages: 38-44

Publisher: IEEE

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Authors: Faily, S.

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Journal: REET

Pages: 38-44

Publisher: IEEE Computer Society

ISBN: 978-0-7695-3628-6

DOI: 10.1109/REET.2008.8

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Authors: Faily, S.

Journal: 2008 Requirements Engineering Education and Training, REET'08

ISBN: 9780769536286

DOI: 10.1109/REET.2008.8

End-User Development has received a lot of attention in the research community. Despite the importance of Requirements Engineering in the software development lifecycle, comparatively little exists in the way of prescriptive advice or case studies on both Requirements Engineering and End-User Development. This paper argues that enduser developers can obtain practical benefit by adopting professional Requirements Engineering practices. We report on how these practices were fostered within a workplace environment and illustrate that evaluating the effectiveness of teaching such practices can lead to a better understanding of the relationship between End-User Development and Software Engineering in general. © 2008 IEEE.

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