Short answer: No, this usage of nominal is just for rocket launches.
I found this definition in the definitions section of a certain body of U.S. Law on space launches:
Nominal means, in reference to launch vehicle performance, trajectory, or stage impact point, a launch vehicle flight where all vehicle aerodynamic parameters are as expected, all vehicle internal and external systems perform exactly as planned, and there are no external perturbing influences other than atmospheric drag and gravity.
The source is this: https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/14/401.7
Apparently this usage is legally acceptable in the context of a space launch.
To use it in a software engineering setting would be to borrow from another field of engineering. Using NASA-talk in a humdrum office is a bit jocular, even pretentious. It's like using military jargon: 'roger; copy that; affirmative'
Personally I wouldn't use it on a software project unless I was being cheeky, and only then with an audience likely to get the joke.