Kristen Walcott-Justice

Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
University of Colorado System
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Requirements Gathering for Secure Software Development (Coursera)

In Software Requirements Elicitation for Secure Software Development, we're going to discuss the overall software requirements process as it applies in waterfall, spiral, and agile models. You'll learn about each of these processes and your goals as a software requirements analyst. This is not an easy task! [...]
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SRS Documents: Requirements and Diagrammatic Notations (Coursera)

As requirements are being gathered and prioritized, they also need to be documented. In Diagrammatic Notations and Software Requirements Specification Writing, we discuss and practice the process of turning requirements into something readable to the customers at a high level, and the developers. When a designer or developer [...]
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Sofware Requirements Prioritization: Risk Analysis (Coursera)

Risk Analysis, Assessment, and Prioritization looks at how you can manage conflicts at system levels, but it can also be applied to lower level assessments. How do you manage and document conflict, along with alternatives? In analyzing alternatives, you must consider risks. In this course, we'll look into [...]
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Requirements Specifications: Goals and Conflict Analysis (Coursera)

In Requirements Goal Development and Language Analysis, we move from the spoken word to precise writing. A first step in this is writing goals. We will talk about goals used in requirements engineering and, from this, writing use cases from what we learn. Use cases can [...]
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Requirements Elicitation: Artifact and Stakeholder Analysis (Coursera)

In Elicitation: Artifact and Stakeholder Driven Analysis, you will learn to use both recorded and presently unrecorded knowledge in your elicitation techniques. As you get started in finding out about the new product, you must first learn about the product that was (if there was one) and then [...]
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