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Remember: "user(!) stories" are exactly that ... a business/software requirement, expressed from the point-of-view of the user. "Users," however, are fully entitled to "expect a system to 'work,' without concerning themselves as to how it works." They have no idea how the systems which they use are internally architected ... ...


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You can sense the difference by understanding the reason for the existence of the User Story. User Story represents the customer deliverable business value, and it is the basic item in the Product Backlog. The user story is written on the gathering requirement stage, and later injected into a specific sprint, after that the scrum team has to implement this ...


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Is Task always decomposed from User Story? No. Tasks are often split from a user story, but that does not mean that a task can only exist as part of user stories and thus they always have a smaller size. Tasks can exist by themselves. You tagged the question Scrum. User stories are not a Scrum specific thing. Your Product Backlog isn't composed of user ...


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