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New to Agile Scrum
Thursday / Feb 18, 2016 /

New to Agile Scrum

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For Scrum Sake
Thursday / Feb 18, 2016 /

For Scrum Sake

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  As in an Apple is not an Orange, nor an Orange an Apple (no pun intended!); a ‘Use Case’ is not Agile, nor is it a ‘User Story’, and should never be confused with ‘Agile’ or a ‘User Story’. Are User Stories and Use Cases both tools to draw requirements? Yes! But the similarity…

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Features, Themes, Epics, Story, Tasks, and SCRUM
Thursday / Feb 18, 2016 /

Features, Themes, Epics, Story, Tasks, and SCRUM

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“Scrum is not a prescriptive process; it doesn’t describe what to do in every circumstance”, per Ken Schwaber; a co-founder of Scrum. Features, a.k.a. User Stories, are articulated in the Product Backlog A Feature is the ‘What’ that a Stakeholder (the User or Customer) requires from the Product Owner. The Product Owner encapsulated these desires…

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