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ALM Practices Every Developer Should Know About

06.01.2011
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So now that I’ve finished my multi-part post on getting the most out of user stories, it is time to provide a nice convenient overview of some essential practices that I’ve blogged about. I don’t have any additional parts planned, but if I come up with something new, I’ll make sure this list is updated.

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Kathy John replied on Tue, 2012/02/21 - 1:11pm

It's always a good idea to speak the language of the clients.
Keeping a list of words and there meaning, can also get new people on the project up to speed very quickly.
The list also comes in handy when constructing a domain model, because a domain model also functions as a common language between developer and client.

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