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Capturing Requirements
   with User Stories
      By Llewellyn Falco
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Requirements Suck!

               What everyday
              household object
                  is this?
   ...
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Requirements Suck!
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Requirements Suck!
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Requirements Suck!
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Exercise #1

Scrabble
Requirements
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Exercise #1.5

Scrabble
Story
       Rules: The story must be told such as it
        is believable that you a...
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Exercise #1.5

Scrabble
Story
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Requirements Suck!




   So why do we use them?
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rules for
User Stories
     Be Specific

     Outlaw Conditional Words: If, maybe,
     sometimes, usually, c...
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Exercise #2

Web
Story
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real world example
 SmartCare           (Zambia)
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real world example
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real world example
 SmartCare                 (Zambia)




     There is a 38 year old woman named
     Mary P...
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Exercise #4

SQL Query
Story
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Exercise #3

Application
Story
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Contact




  Llewellyn Falco
   info@spunlabs.com
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Capturing Requirements with User stories - So Cal .Net Architecture

  1. 1. @isidore_us Capturing Requirements with User Stories By Llewellyn Falco
  2. 2. @isidore_us Requirements Suck! What everyday household object is this? Top Side Front
  3. 3. @isidore_us Requirements Suck!
  4. 4. @isidore_us Requirements Suck!
  5. 5. @isidore_us Requirements Suck!
  6. 6. @isidore_us Exercise #1 Scrabble Requirements
  7. 7. @isidore_us Exercise #1.5 Scrabble Story Rules: The story must be told such as it is believable that you actually saw it.
  8. 8. @isidore_us Exercise #1.5 Scrabble Story
  9. 9. @isidore_us Requirements Suck! So why do we use them?
  10. 10. @isidore_us rules for User Stories Be Specific Outlaw Conditional Words: If, maybe, sometimes, usually, could be, either, might Richer Use Cases: while short, stories don’t need to be artificially short
  11. 11. @isidore_us Exercise #2 Web Story
  12. 12. @isidore_us real world example SmartCare (Zambia)
  13. 13. @isidore_us real world example
  14. 14. @isidore_us real world example SmartCare (Zambia) There is a 38 year old woman named Mary Pari, she is suspected of having TB 3 Swabs -, +, + suspicion is confirmed HIV- Weight 46 Kgs Is given the following Prescription: [standard chart]
  15. 15. @isidore_us Exercise #4 SQL Query Story
  16. 16. @isidore_us Exercise #3 Application Story
  17. 17. @isidore_us Contact Llewellyn Falco info@spunlabs.com

How to effectively capture requirements with simple User Stories. This particular Deck is from the http://www.socaldotnetarchitecture.org/ group

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