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comment How do you efficiently keep your tests working as you redesign?
I've done this too some months ago and it worked quite well for me. However I couldn't absolutely apply this method when pairing with a colleague in the ground-up redesign of our domain model module (which in turn triggered the redesign of all the other modules in the project).
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answered What is an integration test exactly?
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accepted What modelling technique do you use for your continuous design?
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comment What modelling technique do you use for your continuous design?
éter, thanks a lot for these experiences sharing! Thinking deeply over it, I will arrange with the team explicit timeboxed design sessions during the iteration planning (through customer tests driven explorations) and also right after each daily standup (at least at the beginning, to make the team accustomed to daily design). About the models...I'll wait for the team to take a decision :)
Feb
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comment What modelling technique do you use for your continuous design?
2-3-4 we already apply them all and we're very happy with these practices. My question is exactly about your first item: how do you "optimize" your design sessions/meetings?
Feb
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comment What modelling technique do you use for your continuous design?
I have a lot of questions, I'm sorry but I'm so curious! :) How often do you usually make a design session? How long does it take you? (do you timebox it?) Do you pin the resulting sketches somewhere around the team workplace?
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asked What modelling technique do you use for your continuous design?
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comment Many user stories share the same technical tasks: what to do?
this was a very useful answer, I would like to give you a point but unfortunately my reputation is too low here on programmers... Thank you S.Lott!
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accepted Many user stories share the same technical tasks: what to do?
Jan
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comment Many user stories share the same technical tasks: what to do?
I think I've catched your point, however in this case we decided to avoid a deeper analysis and to favor a faster estimation of the stories, without extracting all the tasks. We actually have done something similar to your suggestion, by extracting from the stories a "common story", like a group of "common tasks, needed once". Your answer effectively go even further and will be very useful, however I still prefer a rough estimation, whenever possible, instead of a task decomposition, that I would leave to the iteration planning. - @S.Lott: this approach would leave those "annoying" 20 points..
Jan
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comment Many user stories share the same technical tasks: what to do?
So, what we should have done was to show to our PO+customers that on the way to the completion of each of those 20 user stories (real value/money for them) there was a technical step to overcome. This would have helped in letting them realize the importance of such a "design story" and consequently put them in a better position to prioritize that work. Did I understood well?
Jan
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comment Many user stories share the same technical tasks: what to do?
It's an IDE (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_development_environment) where the user can type code, compile it and debug. An important feature of the language is the ability to call functions provided by us (like "v = sin(x)").
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asked Many user stories share the same technical tasks: what to do?