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Webinar Recap: How To Write Good User Stories

December 19, 2019

On December 17, 2019 Inflectra and Sriram Rajagopalan hosted a live webinar: How To Write Good User StoriesIf you missed the webinar, here is a recap of the most important take-aways:

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Blog: How To Write Good User Stories

December 19, 2019

In the following blog post, Sriram Rajagopalan - Inflectra's Enterprise Agile Champion explores how-to's of writing good user stories and gives practical recommendations on how to achieve just that.

This blog complements Inflectra's December 17th webinar on the same topic, with the webinar recording available inside. 

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Webinar #Recap: Estimating User Stories in the Agile Space

May 23, 2019

On May 7, 2019, Inflectra and Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan  hosted a live webinar on Estimating User Stories in the Agile Space. The webinar is part of Inflectra's Tier 2 agile webinar series called: Deeper Dive Into Agile: Practical Tips On Managing Agile Projects.

If you missed the webinar, we understand - and are happy to share with you the most important take-aways.

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Agile Backlog Refinement with SpiraTeam

November 8, 2018

One of our customers had some questions about using SpiraTeam to manage and refine the product backlogs. Since this topic comes up quite a bit, we thought it would be useful to write an article that describes how we recommend using SpiraTeam for backlog planning, management and refinement in a typical Scrum project.

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Can Use Cases Replace User Stories?

May 20, 2015

User Stories are often characterized by relatively short, uncomplicated and informal descriptions, whereas Use Cases are often longer, more formally structured descriptions of not only the user need but also other details. Can Use Cases strike a balance between the need for agility and the need for more information, and if so, how? Read More

User Story Testability

March 5, 2015

The language used to define user stories in Agile projects tends to be less prescriptive than that in traditional projects. This means that many developers and testers assume that this means that they are often less testable, when in fact the reverse is true. This article explains why. Read More

Customer Support is an Asset Not a Liability

May 6, 2014

In the rush to streamline and cut costs, there is a tendency towards reduced customer contact with real people. This poses real challenges in industries such as computer software that depend on frequent customer feedback to make sure they are building systems that actually meet their end users' needs. Read More