If you use Google Chrome to browse the web — and most people do — these extensions or add-ons can help you work better.
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated or sponsored by any of the extensions below. Most — if not all — are free, have no bloat, no ads, and no unnecessary permissions. I love using them in my day to day life and hope that you can find them useful, too.
In no particular order, here are my top five Chrome extensions. I’ve included a link to each one below the images so that it is easily accessible.
User stories are short, simple descriptions of a requirement told from the perspective of the person who would like a new feature. They typically follow a common template that is used to foster alignment with the work at hand and is not limited to tech or agile teams.
In this article, we will cover:
Do keep in mind that anyone can write a user story and not just PMs. But note that who writes a user story is far less important than who is involved in the discussions of it.
TL;DR — If you would like to skip to the complete user story template that you can copy and paste for your own projects, scroll down to the end. …
As of February 11, 2020, one of the biggest NPM packages — Request — has been officially deprecated.
This popular library has been around for more than a decade, with the first version released in 2009. Since then, it has received more than 16 million weekly downloads and more than 47,000 libraries are dependent on it.
In his own words, original author Mikeal Rogers stated: