2012/01/01 1 Comment
User Stories are a special kind of requirements definition that’s quite common with agile teams. A big advantage of User Stories is that they can be understood by all participants – customers, users, project managers and software developers. They look something like this:
As a <type of user>, I want <some goal> so that <some reason>.
If you just started to work with User Stories you might be looking for some good resources to learn how to write good stories. Here are a few for you. If you know more please share them with us and leave a comment.
- New to agile? Remember a user story is more than a card!
- Essential XP: Card, Conversation, Confirmation
- The Three C’s of User Stories – Just the card is not enough
- New to User Stories? An Introduction
- Extremeplanner: Writing Good User Stories
- Roman Pichler: Writing Good User Stories
- The Easy Way to Writing Good User Stories
- Patterns for Splitting User Stories
- Agile Chalk Talk: Writing Good User Stories
- How to Write Great Agile Development User Stories: Defining Customer Value
- Writing Effective User Stories
- User Stories Applied: For Agile Software Development by Mike Cohn