The next Agile Edmonton user group meeting will be on Monday, May 27th 2013 at 18:00.
Learn Story Mapping through exercises
Story Mapping is a tool to help us see the big picture from a user’s point of view. User Stories freed the Agile community from heavy weight requirements documents, but in the process sometimes we lose sight of the big picture. Story Mapping is a tool that helps see the bigger picture of our products from the point of view of the end user.
Story Mapping provides another view of the product backlog and can potentially replace it.
In this session participants will collaborate to build the backlog for the “Worlds Smallest Online Bookstore”: “Smallestonlinebookstore.com caters to the view that Amazon is wrong, an infinite supply of books is too much. Readers don’t want an infinite supply just right choice for their next book. They don’t want to spend hours agonizing, instead they want to spend that time reading.”
Mark Levison is an independent Certified Scrum Trainer since 2011 and Agile coach. Mark brings over 10 years of Agile experience with an emphasis on Certified ScrumMaster Training, Agile Coaching, Project Assessments, and Team Launch Workshops
In 2009, Mark founded Agile Pain Relief with the mission of providing consulting and training for organizations seeking the benefits of Agile methods. As its principal, Mark has introduced and mentored developers, managers, and executives in organizations throughout the US and Canada on Scrum, Lean, and Agile methods through hands-on training.
Mark is active in the Agile community and participates as Agile Editor at InfoQ and writes extensively on Agile topics in his blog Notes from a Tool User. Follow him on twitter @mlevison.
This meeting will be held in the Western boardroom in the basement of the Canadian Western Bank building, located at 10303 Jasper Ave.
If possible, try to show up a bit beforehand so that we can get started on time. Be sure to forward this information to anybody that would be interested.