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Use-cases – why successful and popular?

March 8th, 2011 No comments

  I am pleased, honored and gratified that use-cases are still a popular way of working with requirements.  Googling “use-case” yields 6 times more hits than Googling “user story”, but software development should not be driven by popularity.  Instead we should use the most practical way of working.  And, of course we have learnt something […]

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Unread use-cases

September 6th, 2009 No comments

Now a days (almost) everybody is convinced about the advantages of use-cases. They provide a formal specification of some piece of functionality in an natural language, so don’t require extensive training to read them. But why is it then that users don’t seem to read them. Recently is was in a project where we wrote […]

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