It is difficult to keep the customer requirements unchanged in the course of software development. When it comes to the waterfall approach to projects, the final ready-made product does not always correspond to the client’s initial desires. With the agile approach, the requirements can change, and all the parties involved have the right to exchange their opinions and suggest adjustments.
Agile methodology used in Scrum, Kanban and Extreme Programming doesn’t need heavy documentation. User requirements are expressed in the form of short laconic texts known as user stories. In this article, we will focus on the concept of user story and learn how to write it.