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sukanya.kambhampati
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Splitting of story

Postby sukanya.kambhampati Wed Aug 24, 2016 6:34 am

Q1> Which of the following defines the splitting of a story or a feature into smaller, easier-to-estimate pieces?
A. Disaggregation
B. Theme
C. Epic
D. Feature

Query: Why is the correct answer 'A' and why not 'C'.Please expain.
seema.sonkiya
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Re: Splitting of story

Postby seema.sonkiya Wed Aug 24, 2016 7:10 am

Disaggregation refers to splitting a story or feature into smaller, easier-to-estimate pieces.
Epic is user stories which are big in size and cannot be completed in one iteration. They need to split and for that "Disaggregation" technique can be used.
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Re: Splitting of story

Postby sarawat Wed Aug 24, 2016 7:17 am

A. Dis-aggregation = Dis-aggregation refers to splitting a story or feature into smaller, easier-to-estimate pieces

B. Theme = theme” is a collection of user stories. Themes may be thought of as groups of related stories. Often the stories all contribute to a common goal or are related in some obvious way.

C. Epic = A Scrum epic is a large user story. An Epic can be defined as a work, which can not be completed in a week time, or any work which will take a full sprint to complete or may be sometime more than that.

D. Feature = A feature is a distinct element of functionality which can provide capabilities to the business.

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Sanjay Singh Rawat

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