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Ashraful Alam is a Software Architect, who has 8 years of professional experience in Software Development industry. This Bangladeshi national is involved with project management and development of several US based software projects from his country. Already he has managed and developed several software projects, which are being used by several users of different countries, such as USA, Canada, Australia, and Bangladesh. While developing and managing a team, he contains and maintains a set of well defined engineering practices developed by him and other online developer communities.

Due to his willingness to give effort to improve and share better software development practices, Ashraf has been awarded as “Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) in ASP.NET category by Microsoft since year 2007 multiple times, which is a rare honor and prestigious reorganization among the developers around the world.

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Regarding software requirements, there are several scenarios, generally that should be illustrated, considering different conditions while using the software. When we use UML, two types of diagrams comes in place, one is 'Activity diagram' which preferably can be used from top level perspective or the 'Interaction diagrams' (Sequence/Collaboration diagrams) in that case.

On the other hand 'Screen Mockups' or 'Prototypes' are used to illustrate the snaps of the real software, well but mock-up are static in that sense, and are not able to give the idea about the accurate and dynamic behavior of the software.

I believe, an alternative visual language should be developed so that we can capture both requirements with same set of diagrams and notations and thus when both requirements will be full filled it will provide us a faster, clear and specific way to elicit, discover, understand and update the system requirements.

Posted on Saturday, July 8, 2006 2:56 PM Project Management , UML , Software Development | Back to top


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