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Importance of short_stories.0001

  1. 1. Writing Short Stories Amir Kolsky, © 2011 Net Objectives 1 info@netobjectives.com www.netobjectives.com 1 Copyright © 2008 Net Objectives. All Rights Reserved. 4 June 2011 SB07212008 Writing Short Stories When, Why, How, Huh? 2 Copyright © 2008 Net Objectives. All Rights Reserved. 4 June 2011 Amir Kolsky Senior Consultant Certified!!! Scrum!!!! Master!!!!!!!!!! Coaching, Instruction in Design Patterns, Lean Software Development, Scrum, Test-Driven Development Caveat! amir.kolsky @netobjectives.com
  2. 2. Writing Short Stories Amir Kolsky, © 2011 Net Objectives 2 3 Copyright © 2008 Net Objectives. All Rights Reserved. 4 June 2011 What You Can Do Next A lot of our time is spent helping others with: – Writing stories & ATDD – Eliminating technical debt Test driven development Agile design QA and Deployment – Assessing, implementing and coaching teams and organizations through agile and lean transitions Technical practices Process Product development and management Enterprise portfolio management – Contact us: amir.kolsky@netobjectives.com http://www.netobjectives.com 4 4 June 2011 Background Stories about stories
  3. 3. Writing Short Stories Amir Kolsky, © 2011 Net Objectives 3 5 Copyright © 2008 Net Objectives. All Rights Reserved. 4 June 2011 The Reality Writing stories is one of the hardest aspects of agile development facing agile and lean teams today. 6 Copyright © 2008 Net Objectives. All Rights Reserved. 4 June 2011 Entrenched in Agile Culture Introduced in XP And In Scrum Use Case Heritage
  4. 4. Writing Short Stories Amir Kolsky, © 2011 Net Objectives 4 7 Copyright © 2008 Net Objectives. All Rights Reserved. 4 June 2011 Common Conventions Fit in an iteration (revolution / sprint) As a …. I want …. So that …. Must have an acceptance criteria Broken into tasks (scrum) Scheduled (XP) Swarmed on Promise for a conversation Throw them away (XP) Written on cards Story points Capture business value 8 Copyright © 2008 Net Objectives. All Rights Reserved. 4 June 2011 Different Sizes Massive to Small Epics Features Volumes User stories Scenarios

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