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Agile software development projects usually rely on user stories as the primary vehicle for capturing software requirements. This article discusses two important levels of useful user stories – the needs of the stakeholders and themes that help to group software functionality into manageable chunks.
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Even people working for the same company may often disagree on what constitutes a quality system. This can prove to be a challenge for software development projects, however there are some project management tips that – when combined with the QA group’s expertise – will improve the chances of meeting your organization’s need for quality.
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