Randy Miller on Writing Scenarios


Randy Miller started a four-part series of posts on writing scenarios. The first post is about the most fundamental step, identifying the scenarios.

I get many questions about writing scenarios, but writing scenarios in general is a four-step process: identifying the scenarios, prioritizing & estimating scenarios, authoring scenario narratives, and decomposing scenarios into tasks. This blog entry looks at the first of these categories of questions, identifying scenarios. We start by identifying our scenarios to ensure we create scenarios in an agile way. As we traverse all four parts of this subject, you will see how agile scenarios can be.

From: Writing Scenarios: Part 1 Identification

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  1. Rob Caron just pointed out in his blog a great series of articles that just started.

    Randy Miller…

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