After Squirrel argued passionately in a previous episode that non-functional requirements should be eliminated, we invite medtech expert and portfolio CTO Alex Hudson to visit and describe why he finds NFRs helpful. It turns out that the two positions are closer together than we might have thought, and we get fascinating stories about medical device design and 30-second page loads along the way.
- Alex Hudson: https://twitter.com/ealexhudson and https://alexhudson.com/
- Previous rant episode: https://soundcloud.com/troubleshootingagile/squirrels-rant
- Twitter debate with Alex: https://twitter.com/douglassquirrel/status/1207400245002457090
- The "ilities": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-functional_requirement
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