The goal of this book is to teach you some of the fundamentals of developing use cases on software development projects. For beginners, this book will help you understand the basic concepts of creating use cases and use case models. If you are an expert in creating use cases this book can serve as a refresher guide.
Use cases provide a beneficial means of project planning because they clearly show how people will ultimately use the system being designed. This guide provides Business Analyst and Product Managers with a nuts-and-bolts approach for writing use cases. If you participate is software development projects this book is for you. This guide starts out by giving you the background of use cases and how they are used in organizations. It helps you understand the various types of use cases and how to write use cases and create use case models. The last chapter of the book will cover how to convert use cases into test cases.
DeEtta Balthazar has over 20 years of experience in the Information Technology field. She has managed a broad array of technology projects in industries ranging from financial, airline, healthcare, retail, and education. Her background includes Project and Product Management, Business/Systems Analysis and Business Intelligence. She holds a master’s degree in Adult Education and a dual bachelor’s degree in Information Systems and Marketing. She is a Certified Agile Product Manager and Business Analyst.