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Confused about – Epic, story, task and sub-tasks?

As the teams starts using JIRA and practicing Agile, I have found, it is very common to get confused by terms like

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Managing queue length

Optimizing the software engineering is no easy task. The intangibility of software assets in combination that most of the engineering happens at the human brain makes it difficult to see the whole picture. 666 more words


Welcome, University of Bristol

“At the University of Bristol, we have been using Mammoth very effectively for the past few months. We are now using it with a 170 faculty staff to facilitate the major collaborative review of the medical undergraduate programme.

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Exploratory testing isn't just playing!

Exploratory testing is something that has been discussed, put on CV’s, and probably put in the syllabus of testing exams, but I wonder if we really understand what it is. 309 more words

Use Cases vs. User Stories in an Agile World

When applying agile development processes, are user stories superior to use cases? The article Use Cases in an Agile World states that they serve different purposes but none is better than the other. 45 more words


Prioritisation of User Stories

MoSCoW stands for:

  • Must have (or Minimum Usable Subset)
  • Should have
  • Could have
  • Won’t have (but Would like in future)

‘Must Haves‘ are features that must be included before the product can be launched. 133 more words


Key points about User Stories

  • A user story is a start of a conversation. It should be groomed and organically grown by the product owner and the team. As a —-, I want —-, so that ….
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