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A simple #noestimates priority board

Last year I was managing a small team that managing software delivery. We were doing small-scale software development. It was nothing fancy but coding, stories, and priorities were needed anyhow. 668 more words


Backlog Grooming and Definition of Ready

In two different team retrospectives the topic of the poor quality of user stories and lack of team planning on how to break stories down came up.   1,314 more words

Testers have forgotten how to plan tests......

The tester of 2015 cannot seem to plan tests in a general sense, as they are lost without a user story.

I’m being contentious here, but this is a serious subject, it’s not just done to provoke a reaction, although I would welcome a debate whether you agree or disagree with my viewpoint. 529 more words

Requirements definition for your agile team

In the previous post, we discussed what it means to be an agile analyst. If you missed it, please check it out here.

So you have worked with your client to understand their business requirements and justifications and have frantically scribbled what you heard (note: recording client interviews is a great technique for ensuring that you don’t miss anything important: there are some great apps for this available from both the app store and the play store). 671 more words

Business Analysis - Interview Questions

What is SMART Criteria for Requirement?

The requirement should be Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time Bounded. 

Can we use both Use Cases and User Stories in one project? 1,172 more words

BA Questions

User Stories – Agile Project Management

In a project when we adapt agile methodology to take it from start to finish, we always find that most of the time we are dealing with User Stories. 380 more words


Using “User Stories” To Capture What the Customer Really Wants (Conclusion)

In our last post here we looked at a simple model called the User Story that can be employed to help ensure that what a customer needs their software to do becomes, in the end, what it actually does.  475 more words

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