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Monday, June 13 • 13:30 - 17:45
The whole story: Mapping, slicing and writing (Part II)

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Good stories are hard to find. Writing them is a skill. Making them effective is an art form.

This workshop takes you on the journey from ideas to actual, ready for implement stories. During this journey, we'll start by planning, using story mapping. This technique allows to help look an entire feature set, and decide what to do first, and how deep. We'll talk about what we think we know, and what we want to learn further, using our stories for deliberate learning.

From then, it's on to slicing. We'll talk about techniques of slicing big stories into smaller ones. Slicing helps not just in breaking down big stuff, but also help in starting the test plan.

Our final station will be actually writing stories. Templates are a good starting point, but we''ll talk about how stories should written, but how we can make them better collaboration and investigation tools. They will be enough to be transformed as tests, BDD style.

The workshop is intended for product people, testers and everyone who want to make their development and discovery process better.

Speakers
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Gil Zilberfeld

Gil Zilberfeld has been in software since childhood, writing BASIC programs on his trusty Sinclair ZX81. With more than twenty years of developing commercial software, he has vast experience in software methodology and practices. | | Gil is a lean-agile consultant, applying agile principles for more than a decade. From automated testing to exploratory testing, design practices to team collaboration, scrum to kanban, and lean startup methods... Read More →