How Do I Write Requirements Using Stories and Acceptance Criteria?—Part Two


or Customer) and those who possess the craftsmanship for delivering on the requirement, the development and delivery team. You will find that the more experience you have discovering and writing Stories the easier it will become.

About the Authors
Russell Pannone is the founder of We Be Agile and the Agile Lean Phoenix User Group, the Agile-Lean Adoption Lead and Coach at US Airways, and editor-in-chief of the Agile Journal .

With almost thirty years of system-software development and delivery experience, Russell’s focus is on working side by side with folks on real projects to help them deliver valuable system-software to production early and often. He gives those with whom he collaborates the best opportunity to beat the competition to market, realize revenue, and discover insights that can foster improvement. 

Geoffrey Bourne has over 13 years of experience in the financial IT field, having worked at J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs and several start-ups.  He has spent many years managing globally distributed Agile teams, and is the co-author of the upcoming Addison Wesley book Agile Answered .  He has a B.S. in Computer Science from Washington & Lee University and is a certified Sun Java Developer and PMP.  Geoffrey is currently a Senior Vice President at a major financial institution in New York City and manages the Private Bank, Personal Wealth Management, and Corporate Agile mobile groups. 

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