Join Doug Rose for an in-depth discussion in this video Writing your release plan, part of Agile at Work: Planning with Agile User Stories.
- In the past a horse was one of the most valuable…possessions you could own.…They were your car, truck, bulldozer, and generator.…That's why bartering for horses was a serious business.…There were festivals for this special event.…There were even professions created for quality assurance.…Special horse whisperers would even coax out…the animal's previous history.…Buyers and sellers would gather near the stables…and swap out different horses.…They could swap out two old ones for one young one.…Maybe they'd trade three small ones for one large one.…
The event was commonly known as horse trading.…Centuries later you'll still see groups of people…horse trading valuables.…Politicians will horse trade votes.…Major league sports will horse trade contracts…between different cities.…Today the event pretty much works the same way.…You have a large group of people in a room…making real time trade-offs.…You'll see the same compromises.…Maybe you'll get two small ones for one big one.…Or maybe you'll put off three less important ones…
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- Starting with user roles
- Creating user stories
- Grouping stories with themes or epics
- Creating a project charter
- Writing your release plan
- Avoiding common pitfalls