Today was cleaning day. I organized and prioritized the product backlog. It is important to do some serious cleaning once in a while, because if you don’t, the backlog will look like this forest: intimidating and dangerous to enter.
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I often get asked ‘what is the best tool for requirements engineering and requirements management?’ The answer is not so simple because what starts out as a question about a tool only for one group of people quickly turns into a question about the underlying process and organization. 1,571 more words
TL;DR: To create a product backlog, “vertically slice” your user stories by grouping similar scenarios. Estimate the work and value of these slices instead of the user story. 642 more words
Personas is a very powerful technique. It allows you to capture a useful knowledge about the users and their needs and in the result to write great stories instead of a long wish list. 680 more words
Having provided a brief overview of my Agile journey, I thought that I would take a closer look at my introduction to software development and my role as a Product Owner. 999 more words