Expressing Requrirements as Users Stories - an Agile Approach
Expressing requirements as user stories is one of the most broadly applicable techniques introduced by eXtreme Programming and adopted by other agile development processes. User stories are an effective approach for capturing requirements from an agile project, not just those using XP. In this session learn what user stories are, how they differ from other requirements approaches, and why you should consider using them. You also will learn the six attributes all good stories must exhibit and see how to get started with user stories. Whether you are a developer, requirements analyst, tester, manager, or even a customer interested in applying agile techniques to your projects, this session is for you.
- The differences between user stories and other requirements documentation
- Attributes of "good" user stories
- Examples of User Stories from agile development projects