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User Story Example

I recently described User Stories and the composition of a User Story Card – Card, Conversation and Confirmation. I’m not really sure if you would consider this user story example to be good, bad or indifferent – I guess it depends what you’re used to – but here is an example nevertheless! This is the front of the card. The

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User Stories – Answers On A Postcard

If you’re capturing user requirements using User Stories, write them on a postcard… (a blank one of course!). A User Story Card should ideally comprise 3 parts: Card, Conversation and Confirmation… Card The heading section of the card should include the name/description of the user story, any reference numbers, estimated size, etc. Conversation Most of the front of the card

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User Stories

User Stories are a simple way of capturing user requirements throughout a project – an alternative to writing lengthy requirements specifications all up-front. User Stories are derived from XP (Extreme Programming), however they can just as easily be used for requirements gathering in any agile development methodology, or indeed in any home-grown development process. A User Story is a simple

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