Uses Cases are still Useful

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Use cases are, indeed, heavier and more difficult than either user stories or backlog items, but they bring value for that extra weight. As not-Einstein said: “Make things as simple as possible, but no simpler.” (The attribution to Einstein has been debunked, it seems.)

Source: “Why I still use use cases“, Alistair Cockburn, alistair.cockburn.us

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