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Non-Functional Requirements: Often Considered the “Missed” Requirements

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 -
7:00pm to 10:00pm
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July Session V         
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
7PM to 10PM Eastern Time Zone
In a perfect world every system would have no failures, be up 24/7, would respond before I was ready to do my next action, would never allow those into the system they don’t belong, etc.  But these quality attributes of a system may not be attainable, or if they are, at an extreme cost. There must be a balance between these competing characteristics.  To consider delivering the right functionality is not enough.  We will explore beyond the functional requirements and address the various types of non-functional requirements (quality attributes, design constraints and external interfaces) that are often the “missed” requirements in a project.

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Instructor: Eugenia [Gina] Schmidt, PMP, CBAP, PMI-PBA Throughout Gina Schmidt’s 25+ year career, she has successfully managed and participated in enterprise-wide multi-vendor projects while performing in a diverse number of roles: Enterprise Architect, Systems Architect, Business Analyst, JAD Facilitator, Program Manager, Systems Analyst, Programmer, Release Coordinator, Quality Assurance Coordinator, Business Process Manager, Risk Manager and many other management roles. She has worked for AT&T, PwC and Lighthouse Consulting Partners.
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Online - Zoom
Eugenia [Gina] Schmidt, PMP, CBAP, PMI-PBA
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Chapter Meeting