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Organizing your time into user stories and tasks


In this lesson you will learn how to: Break user stories into tasks, Use estimates to track your project from inception to completion, Update your backlog.

Challenge: using your knowledge of Task Organization answer this Multiple Choice Quiz

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I like his enthusiasm. Great class.

I really like how Carlos explains

This is so true!!! ūüėÉ

User stories into tasks
Adds confidence and accuracy to your estimates and your plan
Adds a level of detail

Estimates to track your project
From inception to completion

Update your backlog
The Backlog is an ordered list of everything that is known to be needed in the product

- Forecast: Stories planned to cover throughout the iteration
- To-Do: The ones that are next
- Doing: On Work
Done: Finished

It’s very important to priorize the differente User Histori in task to complete each iteration.

Good class and good concepts.

You need convert user stories in task, this is a new level of detail.

Good example to describe or track your project: Google Maps!

The user stories is a salad, and the task are the individual ingredients of that salad.

I loved that analogy!

This words, tasks, requests, tests are very hard to pronunce for me jaja, I feel like an idiot sometimes jaja I’ll keep trying, someday I’ll get it

I would love my SM to speak as clearly as you ‚̧ԳŹ

I really love this phrase:
‚ÄúClear and Constant Communication is KEY to effective Software Development, we can read emails and text messages, but not people‚Äôs minds.‚ÄĚ

I really like your pedagogy.

Nice job

Break big projects into little pieces, that’s the best way to deal with them

A great tool for this is Trello.