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Requirements Engineering – FCIH Microsoft Club

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Microsoft-Club Helwan
Requirements Engineering session

JOIN US FOR THIS EXCITING EVENT

Let’s start, to share our knowledge and find ways to make a difference.

Let’s Start with our First Session with,

“Requirements Engineering session”

(E.g. RE is the branch of software engineering concerned with the real-world goals for functions of, and constraints on software systems).

Come and join us this event @ FCI-H. 🙂
Agenda:

· Who Am I; a programmer or developer or…?
· What and Why of Analysis..!!!
· The “Others” needs
· Requirements Management
· Requirements Elicitation
· Requirements Analysis
· Requirements Communication

Speaker’s Bios:

Marwan Hamad is currently System Analyst in Link Development. In 2004, He started the journey of analysis in ITWorx while he had the honor of working in the enterprise sales field at Microsoft Egypt. Marwan observed the best practice of Business Process Reengineering (BPR) by providing dynamic workflow based on strategic objectives to Vodafone Egypt and New Horizons. Marwan was honored from the Ministry of Youth in 2004 for transferring European Project Management practices to the Egyptian NGO’s. Marwan studied Applied Business Computing in the University of Sunderland, UK.

DON’T MISS OUT
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
FCIH main campus, Hall 7 (beside the mosque, 2nd floor)
Faculty of Computers & Information – Helwan University

Hope to see you there!
Microsoft Club – Helwan
Referral Code: Club08

Contact us: msp-helwan@student-partners.com

P. S. RE session mainly for all students, everyone is welcomed.
P. S. If you know anyone else who’d enjoy this event, please forward this email to them now.

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December 17, 2008 - Posted by | Announcements, Concepts, Microsoft

1 Comment »

  1. I believe construction of such projects requires knowledge of engineering and management principles and business procedures, economics, and human behavior.

    Comment by control valves | June 10, 2009 | Reply


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