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Use Cases are the Hub of the Software Development Lifecycle

Use cases have been around for almost 30 years as a requirements approach and have been part of the inspiration for more recent techniques such as user stories. Now the inspiration has flown in the other direction. Use-Case 2.0 is the new generation of use-case driven development - light, agile and lean - inspired by user stories, Scrum and Kanban.

Use-Case 2.0 Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Spring 2015

In some cases user stories are enough, but not when the number of user stories begins to grow, or when you develop enterprise systems for banks, insurance, telecom operations, defense or other large scale or regulated industries. Practitioners gathered in Amsterdam in the spring of 2015 to learn how Use-Case 2.0 is the agile way of doing use cases. Presentations were made by Dr. Ivar Jacobson, NS (Dutch Railways) and Munich Re.

Learn the Agile Way to Do Use Cases

Use-Case 2.0 re-focuses on the essentials and offers a slimmed down, leaner way of working, for software teams seeking the benefits of iterative, incremental development at an enterprise level.

Learn the Agile Way to Do Use Cases

Use-Case 2.0 re-focuses on the essentials and offers a slimmed down, leaner way of working, for software teams seeking the benefits of iterative, incremental development at an enterprise level.

Learn the Agile Way to Do Use Cases

Use-Case 2.0 re-focuses on the essentials and offers a slimmed down, leaner way of working, for software teams seeking the benefits of iterative, incremental development at an enterprise level

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