Hello everyone! I wrote a guide that could help increase the value of applications you create, titled "The Art of Writing Agile User Stories." The main point of the guide is to consider the value your application provides to the end users. This is done by writing user stories before beginning the application development process. A user story represents a single feature that provides value to a user. It also conveys who the user is, how a feature works, and why the user would want it. This is a common practice in Agile/Scrum methodologies. You can read more about it here: https://www.rammina.com/blog/posts/the-art-of-writing-agile-user-stories I hope it can be of help to fellow programmers who are looking into building applications for users. It's also helpful for professionals who want to work with a software development team that uses Scrum or writes user stories. I also would appreciate some feedback and opinions as to how to I can improve the article, so it would help more fellow programmers. Thank you!