Excellent! There is a lot of great practical info you can apply in real life. I would suggest instructors include some more info about SPM in the framework of startups (rather than client framework).
It is very good knowledge. But my English poor for that, was, sometimes. So was hard to understand and catch information. As a result 90% for grade. It is ok. But it is ok.\n\nViam supervadet vadens
par Shane D•
Very good course. Really useful for understanding how to elicit clients and produce software requirements. Highly recommend for all Product Owners/Managers
par Giacomo C•
I liked the course very much. I learned several things in a concrete way. The examples are very useful and the idea of having a scenario is very useful.
par Alberto C•
Nice course, well explained and organized. Assignment are doable and peer-assignments are helpful towards good understanding of the concepts. Great work!
par Hugo A C G d S A•
Very good content and good exercises. However, I would like to have even more practical exercises related to eliciting requirements, quality requirements
par Eshan B•
Just so many things to learn. I am taking away full bag of precious information from this course. Thank you so much for creating this wonderful course.
par Emilio F•
Very good. I find a very good idea to include the topics about reducing the ambiguity, because it's one of the biggest problems in the real world.
par Madhusudhan R K•
Very useful module with respect to user stories, requirements and Client needs. This is helping me in real time as I am into product management.
par Fabian F•
It was a good and, in my opinion, comprehensive course on working with and manage Client Needs and Software Requirements. I would recommend it!
par Aliaksandr L•
Thanks a lot for such insightful & structured course! I've got relevant & crucial knowledge of processes to do with requirements. Best wishes!
par Sumit G•
Like fine wine, the course is getting better as I dive deep into the specialization. Go ahead and take this course to get your basics cleared!
par Mariam G•
It's great. They explain everything and give you tools for your clients. The exercises are really good and realistic. I Totally recommend it.
par Hussein H•
Good introduction to Requirements Gathering in general but more specifically agile techniques (e.g.: User Stories, Use Cases, Story Boards)
par Mylene M G A•
Really good course about Software Requirements, I would strongly recommend taking the specialisation, It can provide valuable information
par Gaurav C•
Amazing course the two presenters are excellent. You get to learn how user stories and use cases are written on the client's requirement
par Simon L P•
As a developer on multiple web application projects this was very helpful in defining, organizing, and prioritizing requirements/tasks.
par Vladislav S•
Great Course, thanks to Tutor! By the way, Karl Wieger's "Software Requirement" is a good addition for this course and specialization
par Pierre S•
Excellent course to understand how to exchange with customers and stakeholders as well as improve requirement formulation. Thank you
par Markus M•
A very good overview on requirements engineering, for me as a practitioner. It was good to see non-agile as well as agile approaches
par Artem K•
Very informative and efficient course. As a project manager i think this course is the most important from the whole specialization!
par Kateryna C•
It was very interesting and useful.
The experience of grading other students' work after doing my own assignments was very unique :)
par Shaikha A•
I know about the general about requirements but after this course I learned a lot and I learn how to get what client really need :)
par Raghu K V•
Excellent course. The explanation of various types of requirements and the kind of ambiguities that they could have is really nice.
par Jiel S•
A lot of material to digest, but the projects were fun. Excellent delivery of terms and importance of understanding requirements!
par Ruban J•
Excellent course. Something I was missing personally in my knowledge. I have already started applying the knowledge gathered here.
par Claudio C•
Good in general and nice very nice explanations. A bit more complicated in graded tests than other courses but definitively nice.