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Scrum book reading

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Scrum book reading

  1. 1. Elements of Scrum• Product owner• Sprint planning meeting• Product backlog (prioritized list)• User stories• Scrum master• Done• PO go back to a key customer to get some more information• Sprint backlog: it’s a list of the stories that the team committed to, along with the tasks that will need to be done• Flip-chart paper• Daily scrum – standing up “Daily stand-up”• Story time to review a short list of new and upcoming stories• Scrum master leads the team through an estimation game• Appreciate the early warning for at-risk story• Sprint review where the whole team and the stakeholders to attend• PO to re-prioritizes the product backlog• Team’s retrospective to talk openly about how the spring went and looks for areas in their process can be improved
  2. 2. Elements of Scrum#2• Agile manifesto • Working software over comprehensive documentation • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation • Responding to change over following a plan • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools • A flexible process that anticipates and embraces change• Scrum • A team-based framework • About work management and team dynamics that can be used in non-software projects• Product backlog • The cumulative list of desired deliverables for the product. • Includes features, bug fixes, documentation changes and anything meaningful and valuable to produces• User stories • The building blocks of the product backlog • Combined with conversation and acceptance criteria • As a member of the Madonna Fan Club, I want to order concert tickets by phone before they go on sale to the general public, So that I can get great seats and feel special.