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Non-Functional Requirements: Do User Stories Really Help?

This interesting article by Rachel Davies discusses if user stories can be used to express non functional requirements in agile software development projects.

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The Product Owner on One Page

Roman Pichler crafted a nice diagram that summarizes on one page the product owner’s responsibility together with the role’s key activities and artefacts.

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My Product Owner Will Kick Ass

This blog post is about what a great Product Owner should be like.

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User Stories are a Reminder to Collaborate

User stories are not a highly documented series of requirements but rather a reminder to collaborate about the topic of the user story—in other words, in agile development (good agile at least), the documentation is secondary to the collaboration. Source: “New to User Stories?“, William F. Nazzaro and Charles Suscheck, ScrumAlliance.org

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Agile, Multidisciplinary Teamwork

The article “<a href=”http://www.methodsandtools.com/archive/archive.php?id=17″>Agile, Multidisciplinary Teamwork</a>” by Gautam Ghosh presents techniques and tools used to create requirements with a team composed of the different participants of agile projects.

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Business Analysis in Extreme Programming

This article “Business Analysis in Extreme Programming” describes the myths associated with having business analyst between the customers and the development staff. This approach is indicative of agile processes, in which the questions is asked how can we avoid confusion and get closer to the source of information?

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