Diana Getman Speaks about Writing User Stories at Agile Hartford

On October 30, 2018 at 5:30 PM, Scrum expert and Ascendle Chief of Staff, Diana Getman will lead a discussion on “Writing User Stories: It’s Not as Difficult as You Think” at Agile Hartford. The event will be held at XL Caitlin, 100 Constitution Plaza, Lower Level Conference Area, in Hartford, CT.

More about this presentation:

We used to write hundreds of pages of software documentation spelling out every detail of the system to be built. Every function point. Every possible usage scenario. “The system shall do this…” and “The system shall do that…” They were works of art. The only problem? No one ever read them, and if they did, they quickly became obsolete as business conditions changed. Today the foundation of the agile process is user stories, a lightweight technique to rapidly capture business requirements that gets the team on-vision and successfully delivering on stakeholder needs.

By attending this talk you’ll: 

  • Learn how to write an effective user story title and what three parts of the title you should always include.
  • Understand how user stories are different and more effective than traditional software requirements specifications.
  • Learn techniques to handle non-functional requirements, technical constraints, and business domain modeling in the user story world.

For additional information visit:

Agile Hartford Event Page

Topics: ScrumUser StoriesLeadershipSoftware DevelopmentAgile, Project Management, Product OwnerAgile Training


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