Questions tagged [user-stories]

User Stories are part of business analysis. User stories are usually used in prototyping the system, but can be a powerful input in test analysis. They can help a test analyst imagine how the target system will be used. A test analyst can write test cases according to user stories.

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Using Excel for acceptance tests?

I am new to testing and am wondering how to write acceptance tests based on User stories, and what tools I can use? Can I use excel to write acceptance tests? Or is that only for test cases?
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Migrating from Redmine to GitLab Issues

Some background first: My team used to work with Redmine as our ticketing system. My team used to work with Mercurial as version control system. We are migrating to GitLab. My team works with tens of ...
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Should code reviewer read user story COAs?

As I understand, code review is to look for language/framework best practices, uniform conventions, guidelines and optimization paths. A while ago, I was peer reviewing code in scrum team and had some ...
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Does JIRA have a better way to compare texts beyond “Activity History”? [closed]

When someone in Trac change the text of a Ticket, we can see easily the modification by clicking on Diff link and them it displays visualy by highlighting the removed and added words/characters (red ...
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How much automated testing should we do?

I work in a software engineering department consisting of several development teams. The department is mature in most agile methods except automated testing as we have old manual testers. We have ...
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Test Scenario's on Coding Framework Stories?

So I have a quick question: In our "stories" usually at the starting sprints, a lot of the cards are related to how things are going to be coded (classes and such). Does it make sense to make test ...
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When is a bug a story and a story a bug

I'm currently debating what constitutes a bug and a story. If there is no evidence for expected behavior then, Are all perceived issues are bug? If a change is made in a story that wasn't detailed ...
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Acceptance test plans off User Stories?

I guess how is this usually done? since a lot of times you don't get precise requirements from the client? The User Stories change so often, and sometimes feel very vast. Is it typical to create an ...
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Outside or within remit - should a BDD scenario be created for this user request

Given the following overarching purpose (mission statement) for an application: In order to help keep a healthy and refreshing sleep regime, or in order to limit computer-related addictive behaviors, ...
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Is it functional or invalid input test?

I have a screen with a "I agree" check box and the "Next" button. I tested it in the following way: Do not select a check box. Click "Next". Expect an alert message is shown. Is this functional test ...
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BDD living documentation for Product Owners

We have been using bdd in our team for over a year now. The jobs that run our tests generate a published report in business language that anyone is available to read. We find these very useful inside ...
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Techniques to write good acceptance criteria for user stories

I am a developer in the scrum master role and need to get the whole team (specially our product owner) more involved with clearly defining the boundaries of stories. I suspect acceptance criteria is ...