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Stefan Sturm

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Usage of a common terminology as well as established techniques and methods - key success factors of Requirements Engineering

嘉宾简介:

Stefan Sturm has been in the field of software and system development for almost 30 years. His career path covered business analyst, requirements engineer, software architect, project lead to the definition of systems and development processes to create these systems.From 1999 to 2011 Stefan was Managing Director of a software company located in Karlsruhe, Germany. With his team, he designed individual software applications for global players as well as for small companies in many different industrial sectors.In 2011 he was appointed as Managing Director of IREB GmbH the operating company of International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB) e.V. In this position, he is responsible for all the numerous activities resulting from the worldwide growing success of the CPRE certificate.

演讲简介:

This lecture discusses the importance of Requirements Engineering (RE) in software/systems engineering and emphasizes the importance of high quality RE. To achieve high quality RE, certification models play an important role. They introduce common terminology as well as established techniques and methods – the key success factors of Requirements Engineering!

The three level CPRE certification model of IREB addresses the discipline of Requirements Engineering. The Foundation Level started in 2006 and is internationally well established: More than 50.000 professionals in over 70 countries have taken the exam. Since 2012 several Advanced Levels have been published, addressing specific topics in RE, recently as well in an Agile environment.

This presentation introduces the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB e.V.) and the certification model “Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering”. The structure and setup of the certification model are explained and important differences to other certification models are highlighted. The advantages of a common understanding of the terminology and the usage of widely acknowledged techniques and methods are outlined. It is explained how certifications contribute to that.