How To Capture the Technical Details With User Stories

Posted by Bjorn Lundberg
Dec 6, 2016 9:59:47 AM

Software development projects have a greater chance of success when they use an agile methodology, rather than a traditional waterfall methodology. The 2011 CHAOS Manifesto found that agile projects had a 42 percent of complete success, as opposed to 14 percent for waterfall projects. Twenty-nine percent of waterfall projects failed completely, whereas, only 9 percent of agile projects were failures. Fifty-seven percent of waterfall projects were challenged to some extent, compared to 49 percent for agile projects.

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Topics: Nearshore Software Development, User Stories

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