Introduction to User Stories

Oct 18 2011 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM)

In the practice of agile software development, User Stories are a technique used to capture and manage requirements. How do User Stories compare to Use Cases and other requirements discovery techniques? Have we finally discovered the “silver bullet” for requirements engineering? (You already know the answer to that one!) Join us in October for a brief introduction to User Stories and a roundtable discussion on their use, benefits, and limitations.

About the Speaker – Craig Wilson

Craig D. Wilson is an Information Technology management consultant assisting organizations in more effectively managing people, projects, and processes. Before establishing his consulting practice, he spent more than a dozen years at senior and executive level IT management positions in a broad variety of industries including banking, entertainment, health care, and relocation services. As a consultant, he has also served clients in the insurance and financial services industries.

As a project manager and PMO Director, Craig has been responsible for hundreds of projects managing teams that range in size from a half dozen members to well over 100. These projects have involved custom software development, commercial package integration, infrastructure design and deployment, data telecommunications, operations, and production services.

Craig can provide a broad background in project, process, and staff management experience to help with IT management, project, and organizational challenges. For more background information and detail on services, please see the Matincor, Inc. web site:

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Presentations given by Craig can be found on his site at this link.