Are Use Cases, the long-form way to document functional requirements, now dying or even dead? Has Agile killed them?
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The push toward more Agile, open-source development has driven developers to cooperate more by using social media tools and collaborative environments.
The reality for many of our colleagues is that being agile is easier said than done.
One problem that sometimes arises as an agile contractor is when the prospective client wants an upfront commitment on the scope of the project, but the Scrum consultant feels there isn’t enough info to estimate a backlog for the RFP phase.
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Many teams struggle with defining "good" agile stories.