Tag Archives: sprint

Lots of carryover? Try swarming

Scrum teams are made up of individuals with cross functional skills that commit to completing the sprint backlog as a team. Instead of a traditional Project Manager assigning tasks, the team decides how they are going to get the work … Continue reading

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Making Release Retrospectives Strategic and Effective: Part 1

The Agile Scrum Framework is based on empirical process control and requires transparency of the process and work product, and ability to inspect so the team can adapt to help it achieve its goals. There are several feedback loops built … Continue reading

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Agile Approach to Problems Found While Testing “In Sprint” Stories (Part 1 of 2)

Picture this, hotshot… You are working on a team that has recently made the transition to agile development. You are a traditional tester. A developer just let you know that you can start testing the story that the two of … Continue reading

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