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Tomazos:
    What do you call this brain-storming procedure?
    Is there an official name for this area of knowledge?
    Are there books and/or web sites about this sort of thing?

Just some keywords (& authors):

  • Try story telling to elicit typical user/system interactions, i.e. use cases from your users.
  • Find out about the important classes and their interdependencies:
    • Organize sessions with CRC cards: Class Responsibility Collaboration and
    • Do lexical analysis on business documents
  • Prioritize requirements / use cases in a group with MoSCoW-rules: Must / Should have / Could have / Won't have this time around
  • Schedule features / use cases in timeboxes

    Authors:

    • Ivar Jacobson
    • Martin Fowler (Very readable and small book: UML Distilled)
    • DSDM

    HTH


    In reply to Re: Re: Re: Writing a web message board from scratch by mAsterdam
    in thread Writing a web message board from scratch by tomazos

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[perldigious]: Hmm, thanks Lotus1... perldigious scribbles note to buy lots of opossums as "pets" in the future to hang around outside his property. :-P
[1nickt]: You must twist and pull! If you burn, use tea tree oil etc, the tick barfs (inside your blood vessel) and you get all the loevely bacteria in his gut transferred to yours.
[1nickt]: tweesers work just fine
[hippo]: Hope everyone else is enjoying their lunch too.
[1nickt]: However, note that it takes between 2 and 4 hours for a tick to be able to start transmitting bacteria. So even if it has burrowed in and started eating, if you get it soon you should be OK.
[perldigious]: 1nickt: No more red meat! It would be more humane to just kill you, wouldn't it! :-)
[1nickt]: Just don't make it barf.
[1nickt]: perldigious that's exactly what my stepson says.
[1nickt]: the tick that can make you a vegetarian
[perldigious]: Your Mother: Yeah, I have a tool for ticks that I use (mostly on my dogs thankfully), but it's just a cheapo one I got from my vets office... it works pretty good though.

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