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This talk describes and critiques our experiences with using visual presentations of specifications-by-example for achieving client consensus on a recent project with a large healthcare provider in the UK. In the process, we describe a technique of using rich visual representations that parallel the textual specification-by-example scenarios. This allowed us to present the requirements to the stakeholders so they can understand, validate, and agree on them quickly and effectively. We illustrate the talk with practical examples from the project, and welcome discussion on the methods and approaches we have used.
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Visualising Cukes: A Case Study in using Rich Representations to Achieve Client Consensus on End-to-End Experience
Joe has over a decade of experience in business analysis and requirements engineering in both industry and academia, combining practical experience across a wide range of verticals — from FMCG to media — with a strong engineering background, anchored in a behaviour-driven approach to building solutions for customers. He uses this experience to allow him to translate with high fidelity between business and technical perspectives.
Chris has been leading engineering teams since 1999. He was pivotal in the BBC’s adoption of Agile in 2000-2001 using it to deliver the pioneering Multi-Screen Wimbledon Service for Sky.