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Codex4041336963dAs PO i want ....
And if a dev wants refactoring he requests for an "As a dev I want ..." userstory.
mrmr3062dWhy is it being limited to only an end user, instead of <role> ?
As a user, I don't want my application to break because there wasn't correct versioning....?
david-hil72862dUser stories make sense when designing an application, but not when developing it. Design choices and development details are different things
Codex4041336959d@david-hil they make sense for developing as well. Ive worked with it in a web development environment as well as application development and game development.
Its just that you dont want to restrict the number of parties having interest in good software.
In my experience at least 3 parties are involved. User, PO, and Developer.
skalpin3053dOur team struggles with this too. We have recently started adding those types of requirements to a story that touches on that piece of code. "Yes, you can have that feature, but I need to refactor the code to fit it in." And it gets estimated higher.
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