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Because user story descriptions are traditionally hand-written on paper note cards, Ron Jeffries has named these three aspects with the wonderful alliteration of Card, Conversation, and Confirmation (Jeffries 2001). The Card may be the most visible manifestation of a user story, but it is not the most important. Rachel Davies (2001) has said that cards “represent customer requirements rather than document them.” This is the perfect way to think about user stories: While the card may contain the text of the story, the details are w...


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