The technique of expressing requirements as user stories is one of the most broadly applicable techniques introduced by the agile processes. User stories are an effective approach on all time constrained projects and are a great way to begin introducing a bit of agility to your projects.
This session explain how to identify and write good user stories. It describes the six attributes that good stories should exhibit and presents thirteen guidelines for writing better stories. Learn how user role modeling can help when gathering a project’s initial stories. Because requirements touch all job functions on a development project, this tutorial is equally suited for analysts, customers, testers, programmers, managers or anyone involved in a software development project.
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