Comment lines, Botzum, Brown, Hambrick: Why do non-functional requirements matter?

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Keys Botzum, Kyle Brown, and Geoff Hambrick

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: January 18, 2006

Functionality is important, of course. But if you don't consider non-functional requirements, then your solution could very well be practically useless.

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