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In Scrum, Can A Sprint Be Cancelled? If So, When?

The sprint plays a very important part in scrum implementation and is carefully planned by the product owner and the team during the sprint planning events. In most cases, sprinting occurs as per plan, and a completely shippable product is delivered after an iterative development cycle has successfully completed. However, in rare circumstances, a sprint may be recalled or stopped due to various reasons. Continue reading

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Is Scrum a methodology?

Scrum – A methodology? Scrum is an Agile based framework which can be easily applied in almost any type of project. Scrum, however, is most commonly used for software development, and is a very popular environment for developing wide-ranging software … Continue reading

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What Is A Sprint Planning Meeting Agenda?

In Agile Scrum, the sprint planning meeting is one of the most important activities, and the product owner plays a very important part in it. Once the product owner creates the product backlog and all required user stories are properly defined in it, it becomes necessary to “prepare” for the next step in the Agile product development cycle – plan and develop effective sprints so shippable user stories are delivered at the end of sprint cycles. Continue reading

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How Should Acceptance Criteria Be Defined In Scrum?

In Agile Scrum, the product owner reviews the user stories during the sprint review event, and checks whether their acceptance criteria is met before clearing them for a client demo. Scrum framework advocates that bug free and shippable stories be developed through the sprints – product incremental cycles. It is important for the development process to satisfy the technical terms and conditions specified in the backlog items. The acceptance criteria specify conditions which need to be fulfilled by the team, so the feature can retain its business value in the market. Acceptance criteria are important for the scrum process. The product cannot be released unless the acceptance criteria of the backlog items are met during development. Continue reading

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Why Agile Can Be A Popular Software Development Framework

Why Agile is a popular framework. Agile framework such as Scrum offers advantages over Waterfall methods. Continue reading

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What is Scrum process?

The Scrum process Scrum is a better way for development teams to work together and “manufacture” a product. In the Scrum Agile process, development is carried out in “small pieces”, with each piece contributing towards the product’s overall “growth”. Building … Continue reading

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Main Differences Between Agile Scrum And XP Framework

There are subtle, but marked, differences between Agile scrum and XP frameworks. While both the frameworks appear to be similar at a first glance, the differences lie in how the sprint backlog items are committed, and how the development team takes up the user stories for development during the daily sprints. Continue reading

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