Andrew Gibson – Writing Good-enough User Stories
User stories are a great way to express needs on Agile projects, but do you know how to write user stories and acceptance criteria that are good enough? In this interactive workshop Andrew will teach you how to prepare a well-structured user story to a reasonable level of quality, write acceptance criteria well and understand business driven development and how this can be applied to user stories and acceptance criteria.
Andrew Gibson – Practice Lead at DST Bluedoor
Andrew Gibson is a BA Practice Lead managing a team of Business Analysts to develop the quality and consistency of Business Analysis in an software development environment evolving towards Agile.
Andrew has an extensive career across all roles within software development including being the Chief Information Officer for a Victorian-government statutory body. His interests lie in the intersection of Agile Methodologies and Business Analysis, and how to create a productive iterative process whilst still allowing space for quality analytical thinking.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, a Masters in Information Technology and is CBAP certified.