A specification (often abbreviated as spec) is an explicit set of requirements to be satisfied by a material, product, or service.

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user's requirements verification, howto?

My question is: How can you verify the users' requirements early in the software creation process? I show the user specifications, prototypes, demos... but still users forget to share some ...
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Do you ever read language specs? [closed]

While trying to answer questions on SO site (particularly C++ questions) I find that most of the times one person or the other includes a quote from the standard. I myself have hardly read the ...
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Is it appropriate to go around your boss to receive an answer? If so how?

If you have a project and there are questions that need answered regarding a specific part of it but answers are not coming back to you because of a reason such as: "The project is not in scope and as ...
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I want to explain why the specification must not be changed during development period

I want to explain why the specification must not be changed during development period to the new planning department employee. Is there any cool document that does this?
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How do you create a software process for a project?

As I've written about in other questions here, the project that I'm working on now has no software process. That means no documentation (including hard copy requirements or specification), no source ...