Building a Smart Agile Product Backlog with User Stories Description
Modern projects with significant numbers of members rely greatly on product backlogs for mutual productivity. These services are becoming increasingly popular thanks to Agile applications and frameworks. They give participants both a clear overview and thorough insights into what is going on during the projects without requiring unnecessary communication. Enhancing and improving such a process will no doubt take your productivity to the next level, and that is what Building a Smart Agile Product Backlog with User Stories by Sanjeet Biswas will teach you.
The course covers more than two hours on how to effectively create, update, and maintain an Agile product backlog. The teaching resource contains not only mere theoretical knowledge but also practical tips and tricks from real-life case studies as the author will walk you through creating an actual product backlog for his e-commerce web application.
Here are what you will learn in this course:
- Introduction – Overview of course content.
- Visualization of an e-commerce application – Learn how to visualize a software application in terms of its key features and functionalities.
- Naming, product offering, and users – Choose a name for our e-commerce website, decide what product to sell, and choose its users
- Search – Write a user story, and acceptance criteria and create mock-ups for search functionality.
- Sort search results
- Product details page – Write a user story, and acceptance criteria and create mock-ups for a page listing product details.
- User registration – Write a user story, and acceptance criteria and create mock-ups for a registration functionality.
- User login – Write a user story, and acceptance criteria and create mock-ups for login functionality.
- Your turn! – Your assignment.
- Shopping cart – Write a user story, and acceptance criteria and create mock-ups for a shopping cart functionality.
- Add to cart – Write a user story, and acceptance criteria and create mock-ups for an add-to-cart functionality.
- Checkout – Write a user story, and acceptance criteria and create mock-ups for a checkout functionality.
- Checkout continued – Finish up on the checkout functionality.
- Your turn again! – Time to do another assignment!
- Identifying epics & themes – See how to spot epics & themes from our product backlog.
- Splitting user stories – Get the low down on the rules for splitting user stories.
- Splitting user stories continued
- Merging user stories – Some guidelines on merging user stories.
- Prioritization & dependency management – Get the low down on how to prioritize and deal with dependencies in a product backlog.
- Using product vision – See how you can utilize a product vision to lend more purpose to a product backlog.
- Product backlog ideation- Get to know how to generate an idea pipeline for your product backlog.
- Message from Instructor – A farewell & a thank you from Instructor!