User Story Writing: As an agilist, I want to write great user stories so that...

User stories are the de facto mechanism for communicating functionality with agile software teams. But what separates a bad user story from a great user story? In this session, we'll take a look at the characteristics of great user stories, and see patterns and practices for creating great user stories.

Ryan Dorell is the CTO at AgileThought in Tampa, FL, and loves helping development teams adopt agile.

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    Great turn out and great to see so many new members attend! Thanks to Esteban, Ryan and AgileThought for hosting!

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