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There are two approaches I have seen for this. 1. The development team owns engineering quality With this approach the non-technical stakeholders (and Product Owner if using Scrum) focus purely on functional requirements. The development team owns the non-functional side of things, will set their own non-functional standards and will add their own work ...


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Scrum is based on the principles and foundations of the Agile methodology. A key principle is the recognition that customers can, and probably will, change their minds (what they want, how they want it, and when they want it). This volatility means that requirements cannot easily be addressed in a traditional predictive or planned manner. The Product Owner ...


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