The Art of Slicing and Dicing User Stories

A session at Agile Cambridge 2013

Thursday 26th September, 2013

4:00pm to 5:00pm (GMT)

Most agile software development teams grapple with user stories as a technique for understanding what needs to be developed iteratively. The presenters have been working closely together on new product development at Unruly and will talk about how they bring personas into their user story workshops.

Rachel and Michael will provide some useful templates and delegates will get a chance to practice applying them in the workshop. They will also talk about how to tease apart large user stories to find slices that can be delivered iteratively.

Come to this workshop to hear some techniques for uncovering useful user stories and how to slice them in a way to deliver value in small increments.

About the speakers

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Rachel Davies

Co-author of Agile Coaching book. Works at Unruly Media in London. Likes to get out for long walks.

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Michael Rawling

Senior User Experience Engineer at Unruly Media

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Agile Cambridge 2013

England England, Cambridge

25th27th September 2013

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Time 4:00pm5:00pm GMT

Date Thu 26th September 2013

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