Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: User Stories vs. Agile Use Cases
- 2008/12/2 George Dinwiddie <lists@...>:
> David H. wrote:Thanks... as he goes and buys it...
>> We are also human and thus we are limited in what we can learn. I
>> would suggest we only learn the things that return most value to us in
>> the context we need to learn them in. If knowing a lot about Use Cases
>> enables me to write better User Stories in the end, then I am all for
>> learning about them.
>> I do not know anything noteworthy about Use Cases and yet I seem to be
>> capable of writing User Stories for complex problems. I would really
>> like to know whether learning about Use Cases can improve my
>> abilities. Any suggestions?
> There's a /really/ good book on Use Cases, though Alistair may be too
> modest to mention it. I think you would find reading it worth your
> time. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN=0201702258/
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