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In my previous post I have explained the context of my thesis, and the various software quality models that are evaluated. For my thesis I have extended the Software Quality Model of Willmer. Although it is not an exact implementation of the model, it is inspired by it. Also, the influence of the customer is processed into this model. The goal of this model is to translate customer desires into metrics, in order to calculate the total quality. When talking about software quality, it is either very concrete (I want a red car!) or very… Read Article →

Recently I am studying an important topic regarding system development, called requirement engineering. A great book covering this topic is from Sommerville, Software Engineering (version 8).  What I find fascinating is that, from a developer perspective, it is hard to tell if what you’re creating is actually that what the customer wants. Although I am used to using Functional Design’s, which cover the requirements, there are always multiple filters applied to those requirements (and their documents). And, even when finally a developer is building the software, the developer has its own filter applied as well…. Read Article →

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