Certified Professional Requirements Engineering in Malaysia

I am so happy today because i just got certified by International Requirements Engineering Board  (IREB ) as a Professional Requirements Engineer. I sat for the CPRE-FL exam about 3 weeks ago at Kuala Lumpur hosted by Malaysia Software Testing Board (MSTB) which is the partner of IREB for my country. What can I say to those who going to sit for the exam is the exam quite tough so you need to understand the concept of ‘requirement engineering’ instead of reading and trying to remember all the terms. The questions are not predictable and based on real situations. So, the best way is to understand the concept and use you logic thinking. 1 more thing, don’t bother looking for the trial questions as you won’t be able to get it in google. The only source you can get for the trial questions is to buy the CPRE app in apple store or android market.Here is the link and info for the app : http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/certified-professional-for/id487045315?mt=8

certified professional requirements engineering trial questions

I already bought the app and believe me there is no single question in the exam same like in the app but you can still use it to help you understanding the concept.

What is Information Architecture-PART 1

I bet many of you had heard about the term and that’s why you “google” the word and find my blog…hehe. Ok dudes, now I would like to tell you the real meaning of “Information Architecture”. According to Uncle Wiki, “Information Architecture is the art of expressing a model or concept of information used in activities that require explicit details of complex systems” while according to  Information Architecture Institute, ” Information Architecture is the art and science of organizing and labeling websites, intranets, online communities and software to support usability”. So, which one is more accurate? Actually, both of it are true and have the same meaning. For me, I imagine that  Information architecture like the center part of football field  because that’s where the game started and ended. Don’t get what i mean?take a look of the diagram below which show you the roles of an Information Architect…

Roles of an Information Architect

The journey begins…

Holla people on planet earth…my first entry for the blog…Yeahhh, finally I manage to created a blog of my dream..haha (obviously a newbie).Ok guys, nothing much to say, just want to share with you guys some amazing quotes by some amazing men on this planet…

1) “If you can’t make it good, at least make it look good”-Bill Gates

2) “You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them.By the time you get it built,they’ll want something new”-Steve Jobs

3) “I think a simple rule of business is, if you do the things that are easier first, then you can actually make a lot of progress”-Mark Zuckenberg

4) “Confusion and clutter are the failure of design, not the attributes of information”-Edward Tufte

5) “The information is in the people, not in your head”-Edward T. Hall

6) “If you can understand this quote, then you have at least 5% analytical skill in yourself  “-Salehudin Said