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Join us in Irvine at our AgileSoCal April meeting.

User Stories vs. Use Cases - Tony Bresse



When transitioning to agile one of the biggest changes a team encounters is the user story. In the product backlog a user story should be a high level description of a requirement that allows the team to provide good estimates. But once a user story is readied for a sprint how does the high-level requirement enable a team to produce the right software and test cases? In this session we'll explore the tension between too-little and too-much requirements, and how one team uses both user stories and use cases to satisfy the business needs.


This workshop will cover the interactions between the Analyst, the Stakeholders/Product Owner and the Development Teams.


Join us at our next meeting on Wednesday, April 15th, where Tony Bresse leads us in a hands-on exercise to demonstrate when you use one or the other or both.


When: Wednesday, April 15th

Networking and food, 6:00 PM.

Activities start, 6:30 PM.

***** Always free, but YOU MUST RSVP to agilesocal@gmail.com !!! *****

See http://www.agilesocal.com for all the details.

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