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Google Analytics Monitor Wordpress Plugin

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Google Analytics Monitor is a Worpress plugin that does not just add Google Analytics tracking to your website but also offers you a overview of the most important metrics in the WordPress backoffice.

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5 Thoughts on Agile Requirements Analysis

Posted on June 29, 2014 | Tagged as: , | 0 comments

Agility has become a widely practiced approach for developing and maintaining IT and software products. But there are still some concerns to use it for large or critical systems. “Requirements first” is one of the strongest arguments of the agile opponents. As a requirements engineer I totally agree with this… but when you take a […]

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Web Analytics Fundamentals

Posted on March 23, 2014 | Tagged as: , , | 0 comments

Web analytics – sometimes often called web tracking or web controlling – describes the collection and analysis of visitors behavior on a website. It is a cross domain activity, containing aspects from defining a business strategy over the technological implementation to a daily routine in analysing the data. For each professional website, setting up a […]

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Hints for good User Stories

Posted on October 8, 2013 | Tagged as: , , | 1 comment

User stories typically describe requirements to a software system. For the client, who puts the requirement, the story offers a concrete and valuable benefit. For the development team, the story states what must be implemented and integrated in the software system. Following these two aspects, a user story is an instrument of connecting client and […]

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Testing Life Cycle – Part 2

Posted on February 3, 2013 | Tagged as: , , | Comments Off

The first part of the testing life cycle covered component and integration tests as an essential part of the testing process. As these parts mainly focus on tests on development level, system and acceptance tests follow an use case or requirement approach.

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