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I spend a ton of time in DHTML land these days. Most of that development takes the form of a hybrid XP/Scrum Agile methodology. That said, I’m dealing with story cards. While the system works well, there’s nothing I dislike more than a story with endless acceptance criteria. I’m sure you’ve experienced one of these. There has to be a better way, right?

Let’s try screenshots, pictures, storyboards — call ’em what you want. I’d prefer a business analyst scribbling on a blank canvas much more than line items. Especially (ESPECIALLY) when we’re talking DHTML. Find a whiteboard, grab a marker, and bring the digital camera.



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