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Breaking up a large User Story into smaller parts (contd..)

In my previous post (Breaking up a large User Story into smaller parts (contd..)), we talked about how to break down the User story into smaller slices that still provide benefits to the User. This breakup would also enable the Product Owner to be able to look at much smaller sections of User Stories and […]

Breaking up a large User Story into smaller parts (contd..)

In the previous post (Breaking up a large User Story into smaller parts (contd..)), we talked about using a functionality based method for breaking down the Use Cases into multiple smaller User Cases, rather than trying to break it down by Application Layers, even if Application Layers seems easier to do, or even seems more […]

Breaking up a large User Story into smaller parts (contd..)

In the previous post (Breaking up a large User Story into smaller parts – Part 1), we talked about trying to break down the User Story into smaller more discrete parts, such as separating the positive and the negative parts of the logic into separate User Stories. In this post, we will talk about more […]

Breaking up a large User Story into smaller parts

It seems like one of the most obvious statements to make; after all, when you are getting any kind of instructions on the Scrum methodology, one of THE things said is to ensure that the User Stories are short, defining descriptive tasks. It is paramount that the User Story does not describe a large process […]