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= User stories. Gitlab for agile development
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:LECTURE_NO: 7th lecture
:LECTURE_TOPIC: User stories. Gitlab for agile development
IT1901 Fall 2020 - {LECTURE_NO}
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== User stories. Gitlab for agile development
- Administrative Issues
- User stories
- Gitlab for agile
== Groups
* Groups are finalized
* TAs for groups are announced on BlackBoard
* GitLab groups
* gr20xx
* for issues with the groups contact
** Sondre ( or
** Anh-Kha (
== Group contract (1)
- Minimum requirements for agreement:
** Presence
** Time spent
** Expectations for the individual contribution
** What happens in the event of deviations or disagreements
== Group contract (2)
* must be approved by the TA for the group
* signed by all group members
* and delivered together with the first group deliverable
== Group contract (3)
- more recommeded items:
** handling differences in motivation level and ambition
** what quality is expected, how defines the group something to be "done"
** distribution of time between meetings / group work / individual work
** what happens if course work needs more time than expected
== Group contract (4)
- more recommeded items:
** delays, sickness, absence - how does the group handle these
** meeting routines both for physical and virtual (agreement for time, agenda, meeting minutes etc)
** general communication tools (email, phone, im etc) and response time
** dealing as a group with deliverables and deadlines
== Group contract (5)
- more recommeded items:
** roles
** giving feedback to the others
** dealing with conflicts and disagreements
** dealing with breach of contract
** procedure to follow if the group is not able to solve conflicts / disagreements internally
== Next Deadline
- 17th of September at midnight
** push you last changes to the group repository on Gitlab
** post the signed group contract on BB
== About domain selection
- choose an app / service that you know well and select a couple of features to implement during the semester
- point is to learn by implementing these using the required architectures
- we are not looking for quantity but for quality, so just few core features will suffice
== About domain selection (2)
- the chosen app needs to be suitable for a cloud based service
- there must therefore be some dynamic data per user managed by the server.
- eg. a (currency) calculation will NOT fit such a project.
- one good starting point are the cases from the HCI course (MMI)
== User stories
- slides from 1st lecture
- video on user stories
== Gitlab for agile
* Issues
* Milestones
* Task lists
* Labels
* Boards
* Quick actions
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