Slicing & dicing

User stories play a major role behind successful deliveries that we can see in an agile development environment. However, the product owner or the business analyst cannot just work on the user stories. It is important to focus on Slicing & dicing to create the best user stories, which are in a position to deliver the best results to the agile development team at the end of the day.

If the user stories are poor, the development team will have to go through a difficult time to deliver them. This would eventually waste the time and effort that they are spending on the investment. To make sure that such consequences don’t happen, it is important to focus on Slicing & dicing. In other words, slicing will help to create the best user stories. Such user stories will lead the development team to appropriate developments, where the team members will be able to create a product that is immediately usable after the deployment.

When it comes to Slicing & dicing, you should also keep in mind that slicing is something bad. That’s because it would cut the massive story into horizontal slices. It creates numerous dependent layers. On the other hand, all the activities will depend on each and every layer. A specific layer would rely on the success of the layer under it. This would make developments more complex as well.

The best method is to go ahead with Slicing & dicing is to create vertical slices. Vertical slicing will ensure that the slices are cut with limited scope. On the other hand, it will be possible to deliver the user-stories within the shortest possible period of time as well. This can eventually help the development team to end up with getting measurable and visible results.

— Slimane Zouggari