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Chapter 6. User Stories

With Pete Behrens

They have been at a great feast of languages, and stol’n the scraps.

—Shakespeare, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Act 5, scene 1

Introduction

In Chapter 3, Agile Requirements for the Team, we introduced the concepts and relationships among the key artifacts—backlogs, user stories, tasks, and so on—used by agile teams to define, build, and test the system of interest. We noted that the user story is the workhorse of agile development, and it is the container that carries the value strea...

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This lesson continues the topic of creating good user stories. It offers techniques for splitting large stories and applying visual modeling to the process.