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Agile Practitioners Israel Meetup

Agile Practitioners Israel Meetup

המפגש הקרוב נראה מעניין גם לבודקים

 

Agile Practitioners Israel - These aren't the requirements you're looking for

 

Wednesday, December 24, 2014 - 5:30 PM

 

Sears Israel - Hamenofim 9, Herzelia 

 

While there is quite a lot of focus and recommendations in the Agile literature as to how to take user stories and manage them to completion, one of the areas that tends to be less understood is how to get good user stories. Join Udi Dahan for a zero-slides interactive session talking about workarounds, estimates, and all of the messy details that get left out of most methodology discussions.

 

http://www.meetup.com/Agile-Practitioners-Israel/events/218995060

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תאריך האירוע
דצמ 24 ב 17:30 - דצמ 24 ב 21:00
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Sears Israel - Hamenofim 9, Herzelia
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