m-cubed (M3): Requirements Engineering in the SDLC

26Mar10

 

Over the past year (plus) I have been looking for a way to connect some pieces of my work and interests. Here’s a start.

 

m-cubed is a process evolving from process, knowledge, and software development – and including some “building block” concepts! Specifically, this methodology blends together a specific workflow process with quantifiable metrics based on open source or recognized Standards Development Organizations.

 

 

Since this is more than a blog entry I have uploaded the document to the SlideShare website, and you may read, download, comment, use, and let me know what you like or what needs to be changed. I am really interested in comments and feedback…so let me know.

http://www.slideshare.net/zenokie/m3-requirements-engineering-in-the-sdlc-20100326/

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