What exactly is a “User Story” User Stories are the building blocks for creating features for users; they’re simply a means of describing a phase we’ll be implementing that will provide some form of value and functionality to the end-user. User stories are used by a Product Manager to communicate product needs or features to… Continue reading Fail to prepare, prepare to fail: writing the best user stories that ignite innovation.
No code is the next big thing and it’s only going to get bigger. To create fantastic apps, you don’t need to spend a lot of money, hire a lot of people, or wait for a long time and that is where no-code comes in. What is No-Code Tool “No-code” tools are software development tools… Continue reading NO-CODE TOOLS – THE NEXT BIG THING FOR STARTUPS
Agile teams have 5 main events to help their communication, ensure openness and drive transparency. As one of the principles of the Agile Manifesto states: “At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts its behaviour accordingly.” Sprint is an event in itself that contains all the work… Continue reading Tools for every event
What is a use case A use case is a description of a user’s interactions with a system or product. A user case can define success and failure scenarios, as well as any essential variants or exceptions. With the help of a use case model tool, a use case can be written or visualized. They… Continue reading User Story & Use Case: Differences (Part 2)
User story and Use Cases are two completely different terms in agile methodology, although they are both used by either the product or project managers to identify user goals, and Yes, they are also used in requirement gathering from the users, they are two different terminologies. What is a User Story A user story is… Continue reading User Story & Use Case: Differences