Why We Don’t Write User Stories Anymore

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Pawel Brodzinski is an experienced leader and team builder who managed different software teams along his career from tiny groups working on in-house solutions up to big divisions working on multiple complex projects for big corporations. Pawel is a fan of choosing right approach to right problem and doesn't believe in a silver bullet. He is well-recognized blogger writing about software project management at http://blog.brodzinski.com. Pawel is passionate about leading great teams, fixing broken projects and creating high-quality software.

2 thoughts on “Why We Don’t Write User Stories Anymore
  1. I had a project recently where I got a user story with the requirements and it was real easy to understand.
    But this was when the functional requirements were not really clear. So the story helped:)

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