I remember arguing a few years ago with a use case advocate about what type of document best expresses the requirements of a system. He argued in favor of a well thought-out use case model. I argued in favor of the user’s guide. I have never seen a project that concluded with a perfectly accurate and current use case model even though some have tried. I have seen many projects that conclude with an accurate and current user’s guide. If you are writing new software that will compete with existing products, you can learn a great deal by studying the competing products.
- Chapter 5. Working with User Proxies
- from User Stories Applied: For Agile Software Development
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Released: March 2004
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