A study analyzes emotions in software engineering

A study analyzes emotions in software engineering:

Since I don’t have time for a full post (I will write up a post on sensors sometime over the next few days), I’ll just share a quick article this time.

It discusses the importance of taking emotions into account when applying requirements engineering techniques, or in other words – trying to set up products that will both please the users (basically – not annoy them) and be clear enough for their engineers to develop without hating the process. No doubt – emoctional investment greatly affects product development: it’s what I try to do every day, and I love that this process in product development is recognized and formally studied (not to mention how much I liked the term “requirements engineering” 🙂 ). 

Hope you’ll enjoy the article – I’ll post something more complete over the upcoming days.

via tumblr http://vehpus.tumblr.com/post/18280378013 at February 26, 2012 at 02:05AM. Originally posted on http://vehpus.tumblr.com


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