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The Benefits and Disadvantages of “Fast” and “Slow” ...

The Benefits and Disadvantages of Fast Development 

In the world of software, development speed is critical.

The Benefits and Disadvantages of Fast Development 

In the world of software, development speed is critical.

How Can Robotic Process Automation Benefit Your Business?
A brief overview of Robotic Process Automation, its impact on the workplace, and its similarities and differences to artificial intelligence.
A brief overview of Robotic Process Automation, its impact on the workplace, and its similarities and differences to artificial intelligence.
Agile Feedback Loops: Dynamic Governance in an Agile ...

The SilverLogic (https://tsl.io/)  has grown dramatically as an agile software development company over the past several years. Now 10 years old and with almost 60 members, we faced the question: how do we —the organization—introspect, course-correct, learn at scale? A company-wide retrospective is unfeasible, and surveys only take us so far.

The SilverLogic (https://tsl.io/)  has grown dramatically as an agile software development company over the past several years. Now 10 years old and with almost 60 members, we faced the question: how do we —the organization—introspect, course-correct, learn at scale? A company-wide retrospective is unfeasible, and surveys only take us so far.

Articulating Value With Testable User Stories

User stories are used to articulate the value we want end users to get from a given feature. Writing a story is as simple as filling out a ticket for a sandwich at the deli; you specify what you want, the sandwich is made per your specifications, you inspect your order and then pay for it if it meets the requirements you outlined; it’s a work ticket for an independent, negotiable, valuable, estimable, small, testable deliverable.

User stories are used to articulate the value we want end users to get from a given feature. Writing a story is as simple as filling out a ticket for a sandwich at the deli; you specify what you want, the sandwich is made per your specifications, you inspect your order and then pay for it if it meets the requirements you outlined; it’s a work ticket for an independent, negotiable, valuable, estimable, small, testable deliverable.

User Stories at Work

A brief guide to User Stories as practiced by The SilverLogic.

A brief guide to User Stories as practiced by The SilverLogic.

Writing Agile User Stories With User Flows

What are User Flows?

As a popular component of the agile software development cycle, user stories help to articulate what value a product feature can bring to users and to understand why users want a particular feature.

What are User Flows?

As a popular component of the agile software development cycle, user stories help to articulate what value a product feature can bring to users and to understand why users want a particular feature.

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