Elements of Good User Stories

The first element of a good user story is that it’s something of value to our customers. What’s valuable? Something they would pay for.

For example, which restaurant do you think your hungry customer would rather dine at?

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User stories have to make sense to business. That’s why we always try to write them in simple terms that they understand and stay away from any technical mumbo jumbo.

That doesn’t mean that we can’t use connection pooling or design patterns when building our systems. It means that it’s better ...

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