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July 27, 2014

Humor: Agile User Stories for Development Status

Humor - Cartoon: Agile User Stories for Development Status

"Agile Development Status"

Scrum Master: "As the data shows us in this chart, the number of delivered user stories has exceeded expectations.  In a related graph, expectations are at an all-time low."

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Tony Markos posted on Sunday, August 3, 2014 1:40 PM
So what is it about user stories that causes expectations to go downhill as the number of stories increases? One answer: Effective integration goes downwards, resulting in enthusiasm plummeting.

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