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accepted Why does Git's stash commit need two parents?
Dec
21
comment Why does Git's stash commit need two parents?
Ah, got it. I'm surprised that is retained at all.
Dec
21
comment Why does Git's stash commit need two parents?
Still not sure about C, then : what is the content here that differs from B?
Dec
21
awarded  Commentator
Dec
21
comment Why does Git's stash commit need two parents?
So the changes in B have been committed but not pushed, and the changes in C have neither been committed nor pushed. Is that right?
Dec
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asked Why does Git's stash commit need two parents?
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
4
answered Do stored procedures violate three-tier separation?
Dec
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comment How much business logic should the database implement?
Still think this should be reopened. I think the winning answer below is better than any of the links above.
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answered Ideal data structure/techniques for storing generic scheduler data in C#
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted In good Scrum, when and how should the ideation and story writing occur?
Feb
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comment In good Scrum, when and how should the ideation and story writing occur?
Can you suggest a good site I could ask it on?
Feb
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comment In good Scrum, when and how should the ideation and story writing occur?
This is exactly the kind of answer I was hoping for--thanks for getting it in in time.
Feb
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comment In good Scrum, when and how should the ideation and story writing occur?
No, Karl's answer is great. This is exactly the kind of answer I was hoping for, and it seems to be very high quality, thus proving that the assertion of "the question cannot be reasonably answered in its current form" is false. The question's answers are not objective, but I'd appeal the judgment of it as "ambiguous, vague, incomplete, or overly broad". Could the question be reopened so that the world can get more answers?
Feb
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comment In good Scrum, when and how should the ideation and story writing occur?
If this is the wrong site for this question, can anyone suggest another site that I could ask it on?
Feb
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comment In good Scrum, when and how should the ideation and story writing occur?
I'm having difficulty figuring out when story creating/writing should occur, and who should be involved. Should it happen all in sprint planning? In numerous backlog meetings beforehand? Should the whole team be there, or one or two key developers? When should the developers be first introduced to the stories? All the article you provided says is "The product owner shows up at the sprint planning meeting with the prioritized agile product backlog." How does the backlog get that way in the first place? What are some common ways that teams do this?
Feb
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asked In good Scrum, when and how should the ideation and story writing occur?
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comment How does one network at software conferences?
This question is being discussed here: meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/5463/…