Data personas are a way of giving meaningful and memorable names to sets of data used in scenarios. They build on the ideas of personas and contribute to the ubiquitous language. Using data personas allows you to have conversations in a more natural language, for example 'when the user buys a standard luxury car but with the sports pack'.
In this short talk Mike will introduce the ideas and show practical examples of how data personas can be used.
Impact Mapping is an analysis and planning technique that helps identify the factors that can either work towards or against the achievement of a goal and produces a visual representation of them. The technique is a collaborative process that involves exploring who can have an 'impact' (either positive or negative) on achieving a business goal and what we can do to achieve that impact technically or not technically.
Mike has been using this technique in many analysis and planning sessions. It's a great way of finding different routes to achieving goals which aren't always apparent until you start collaborating and working through the process
Behavior-Driven Development is a software development process that emerged from Test-Driven Development (TDD). Behavior-Driven Development combines the general techniques and principles of TDD with ideas from Domain-Driven Design and Object-Oriented Analysis and design to provide software development and management teams with shared tools and a shared process to collaborate on software development.
BDD London is a London user group for Behaviour-Driven Development practitioners. Are you a software developer, business analyst, product owner, quality assurance or user experience expert? This group will offer you equally useful information independent of your skillset. The primary interest of BDD is collaboration and this group is the best place in London to collaborate with other practitioners from across industry and roles. Join us: