Hello there, everyone!
Today was an irregular Tuesday for me. Firstly, my physical therapy session was canceled because of a heavy flash flood the previous day. I wasn't sure what to do with my extra four hours for the day. I'm a person who lets my own routine guide my day-to-day life, so it feels really weird when things go differently from the usual.
I spent that time doing research on "The 3Cs of User Stories" which I intend to add as another section inside my user story guide. I think I will update it tomorrow.
I also found some weird paragraphs on my user story guide, which I corrected so that it reads smoothly.
focus was so repetitive to read, I had to update it.
I posted the initial draft for my guide, "The Art of Writing Agile User Stories". I'm really happy and grateful that it was successful and well-received. It's actually the first serious guide I uploaded on this platform, so I was pretty worried about it. Thank you to everyone who supported me!
Here are the things I learned and worked on today:
- read up on the 3C of User Stories.
- according to the above, a user story should have:
Card- a written description of the story to be used for estimation and planning.
Conversation- ensure a clear understanding by discussing with others. This can be through asking questions, sharing ideas, and working toward solutions.
Confirmation- agree upon what to build, then record the said agreement. This allows for confirmation tests to ensure that the user story is completed.
- did more practice quizzes on Scrum (almost finished with Lapshin's quizzes, so I might have to get a different set soon).
Thank you once again for everyone's support! I wish you all the best, and have a good day.
This is not a guide, it is just me sharing my experiences and learnings. This post only expresses my thoughts and opinions (based on my limited knowledge) and is in no way a substitute for actual references. If I ever make a mistake or if you disagree, I would appreciate corrections in the comments!
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