Building a Smart Agile Product Backlog with User Stories
- 2.5 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Learn how to visualize an e-commerce web application in terms its key features and capabilities
- Learn how to use a product vision to lend purpose to a product backlog
- Learn how to generate a continuous pipeline of ideas for a product backlog
- Learn how to map each feature into one or more user stories and related acceptance criteria
- Learn how to supplement a user story with appropriate mock ups
- Learn how to identify epics & themes
- Learn how to prioritize user stories and manage dependencies
- Learn how to split & merge user stories
- Must complete course,"Authoring Elegant & Meaningful Agile User Stories" available on Udemy
- Some basic familiarity, at high level, with a typical e-commerce website & what it is used for is needed. You can gain this familiarity if you are a user of or shop on any of the major e-commerce websites such as Amazon, Walmart, Target or Zappos, etc.
This 2 + hours course is aimed at teaching you all you need to know about creating & maintaining an Agile product backlog. I will demonstrate this by creating a product backlog for an e-commerce web application organically from scratch in this course. Course contains tons of examples on every aspect discussed.
I created this course as I could not find an in-depth & comprehensive course on this topic anywhere online.
Hence, this course is very likely the very 1st course of its kind online based on its content and delivery.
- This course is must for if you are a Product Owner or Business Analyst that is responsible for creating and or maintaining a product backlog
- Since a good product backlog is the foundation of a software application, anyone who is part of an Agile product development organization will find this course immensely useful – specifically roles such as Agile practitioners such as Scrum Master, Scrum Coach, Release Train Engineer Agile developers & testers Development & Test team Managers IT Project & Program Managers Stakeholders of an Agile product development organization
Learn how to visualize a software application in terms of its key features and functionalities.
Choose a name for our e-commerce website, decide what product to sell and choose it users.