Chapter 16. Additional Topics

Throughout this part of the book we have looked at some topics that are frequently raised whenever user stories are discussed. We’ve looked at how user stories differ from other requirements methods and why user stories are preferable in some cases. We’ve looked at some common smells, or problems, with user stories and how to correct them. In this chapter we turn our attention to several additional topics:

  • handling nonfunctional requirements
  • whether teams should use paper note cards or software
  • the impact of user stories on the user interface
  • whether user stories should be retained after they have been developed
  • the relationship between bug reports and stories

Handling NonFunctional Requirements

A common stumbling ...

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