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- Unit TestingUnit Testing is the process of writing small, code-level tests that prove that the method did what the developer intended when the test was written.(...)
- User StoryIn Scrum, a User Story is a tool used to provoke, and then summarize, a conversation between the Development Team and their Product Owner, for a better(...)
- User Story SplittingUser Story Splitting is the art of splitting User Stories or Product Backlog Items (PBI) into smaller parts when an item is too big. My recommendation is(...)
- UXAgile or Lean UX (User eXperience) is about incorporating UX into the flow of work of a development team. Many try the approach of having the UX people(...)