Effective User Stories and Use Cases 2.0

PT21972
Summary
This course starts with user stories as requirements and explores how developers and BAs can use the underlying discourse and narrative structures that form the basis of user stories to produce highly effective and testable requirements that then form the basis for highly effective application and systems designs. This class covers both the use of user stories and the new use case approaches from initially working with stakeholders in the requirements phase, through the transition of use stories and cases into testable requirements and designs that can be implemented. The class includes a number of the use case innovations like use case points for estimation and use case slices, as well as the best practices in user stories such as the use of quantified examples.
Prerequisites
There are no firm prerequisites for the course however students should have a basic knowledge of software development methodologies like Agile and an understanding of basic quality and requirements concepts.
Duration
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
The course is designed anyone who needs to work with use cases or user stories

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