Hybrid event on Zoom and at BCS London.


Jagandeep Singh, Engineer and Architect


18:00 - For those attending face to face at BCS London, refreshments and sandwiches to be served
18:30 - Webinar and event starts
20:00 - Webinar and event ends, then networking and refreshments till 20:30 at BCS London.


User stories had three aspects: Card, Conversation and Confirmation. Most organisations got the card part right but struggled with conversation and confirmation. Example mapping is a lightweight approach to have short, productive and structured conversations around user stories.

It was developed by Matt Wynne, co-creator of BDD cucumber framework. Example mapping is a method for business stakeholders, developers and testers to develop a common understanding of the user stories.

It is a light weight method to verify the stories readiness for development, explore gaps and break stories into smaller parts. It can be incorporated into any agile methodology as part of three amigos, backlog refinement, planning poker, specification workshop or discovery workshop. At the end of session participants will be able to use example mapping to have structured conversation and address challenges in conversation and confirmation.

About the speaker

Jagandeep guide organisations in their cloud and microservice journey. He has 13 years of experience working in IT as developer, consultant and architect from startups, banks and corporations.

He is passionate about technology, agility and continuously working to improve productivity of organisations using agile methods.

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event, please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.

This event is brought to you by: BCS Software Practice Advancement (SPA) specialist group 

Hybrid event: Example mapping - A collaborative approach to exploring user stories
Date and time
Wednesday 5 January, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
25 Copthall Ave
United Kingdom