Re: [usage-centered] FDD Features and Task Cases
- Yes, the term Feature was never completed
Se my post at the FDD community site on "A Feature by
any other name".
Features in FDD come after initial analysis. The PD
Features are definitely understandable by the
customer. The UI Features are too. Customers
comprehend a single View object and they understand
the notion that code must be written to process button
presses and their like. SI and DM are not understood
by the customer.
Hence, I tend to work with Marketing Features - which
would be your coarse-grained features - and either FDD
or Coad Features which are the Features as defined in
FDD for UI, PD, DM and SI.
The Feature template for PD and the architectural
partitioning are Peter Coad's contributions to FDD.
Sadly, there still isn't enough written down about FDD
in the other layers outside of PD.
I intend to re-launch uidesign.net in April with
irregular content. The recent material there will be
moving to my other site agilemanagement.net.
--- Jeff Patton <jeff621@...> wrote:
> BTW: I'd found and rooted around in your site
> sometime last year, but at that time it looked like
> you'd discontinued posting new content. Looking at
> it now I see lots of new stuff to read. I'll look
> forward to digging through it.
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