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The hardest single part of building a software system is deciding precisely what to build. No other part of the conceptual work is so difficult as establishing the detailed technical requirements…Therefore the most important function that software builders do for their clients is the iterative extraction and refinement of the product requirements." - Fred Brooks in No Silver Bullet - Essence and Accident in Software Engineering Experienced Java developers recognize that capturing and refining the requirements is one of the most important, yet difficult, parts of building a software system. An iterative software development process that incorporates the right tools can facilitate effective requirements management. Product Background MKS added requirements management to their software configuration management (SCM) product offerings with the recent release of MKS... (more)

AccuRev 4.0 Facilitates Effective Team Software Development

Sharp tools make software development quicker and more productive. They automate manual tasks to speed development. They provide useful information intuitively to enhance productivity. Eclipse, the powerful and well-designed IDE, is such a tool. Few Java developers would want to return to a text editor, command-line compiler, and standalone debugger after experiencing the power of this integrated development environment. In the same way that an intuitive and elegant IDE aids modern software development, a cutting-edge yet robust software configuration management (SCM) tool enable... (more)