by Ken Sipe
The agile focus of software development puts heavy focus on user requirements through user stories. However we can not lose sight of the non-functional requirements as well. The software could be written to the exact specification and desire of the user, however if it takes 5 minutes for a request response, or it only supports 2 users or it isn't secure, then we still haven't done our jobs as developers.
This session will focus on the non-functional requirements of software development, namely: Performance, Scalability, Security, and Software Monitoring and Management. Each subject area discussion will include, goals, design practices, tools, and where it fits in the software development life-cycle.
19th–22nd June 2012