User stories are obsolete

  • User stories are complex time and resource-consuming 'rituals' built in the early days of software building.
  • There are standards and expected features for common features that we don't have to explain most of them 'in detail.'
  • Also, the time-consuming user stories can silo engineers into a role where they code to the issue requirements instead of thinking about the user experience as a totality.

And frankly, they don’t match how we communicate about software in real conversations. — Linear Method (which recommends to Write your own issuesWrite your own issues

While building a feature for a product, it is faster if everyone on the team should write their own issues.
This makes it easier to understand how clear they abound the end goal, thus setting ...
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  • Linear Method
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