Gaining an understanding of Functional and Non-functional is foundational in creating applications. This course will define and discuss Functional and Non-functional requirements through in-depth scenarios, analogies, and visuals.
One specific activity within the software development process is dealing with functional and Non-functional requirements and using these ideas to help design better applications. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Aligning Functional and Non-functional Requirements, you will learn the clear definition of these terms, functional and nonfunctional requirements, where they differ and where they overlap, and to see what we should look for in an initial project specification. First, you will take ideas like reliability, scalability, and responsiveness into specific measurable targets that can be tested and verified. Next, you will break apart larger business goals into achievable chunks of work and estimate the level of effort involved and revise any requirements that aren't written well. Finally, you will explore how to several ways to apply these ideas when creating cloud based applications in Microsoft Azure. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of aligning all requirements needed to set up scalable and responsive applications.
Sahil Malik has been a Microsoft MVP for the past 8 years, author of several books and numerous articles in both the .NET and SharePoint space, consultant, and trainer who delivers talks at conferences internationally.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hello, My name is SATA Helmerich and welcome to this Microsoft has error Developer course aligning functional and nonfunctional requirements. We're taking one area, one specific activity within the software development process, dealing with functional and nonfunctional requirements and using these ideas to help design better applications. We will begin getting a clearer definition on these terms functional and nonfunctional requirements where the differ where the overlap to see what we should look for in any initial project specifications. We will break apart larger business goals into achievable chunks of work and estimate the level off effort involved and revised any requirements that aren't written well. We will take ideas like reliability, scalability and responsiveness into specific, measurable targets that can be tested and verified. This course is part of the Microsoft Azure Developer series, so we'll talk about several ways to apply these ideas when creating cloud based applications in Microsoft Azure. But this course is a little different from the typical Pluralsight Azure course. I won't be spending any time in visual studio are configuring. A lot of resource is in azure because this is primarily a course about ideas and about concepts, so it's a bit more lecture style, you will find a lot of scenarios, analogies and visuals. I've done my best to keep it as informal and conversational as possible, and I hope you enjoy the course.