Questions tagged [scrum]

An agile framework within which a Product Owner (PO), Development Team (DT) of 3-9 Developers and a Scrum Master (SM) work as the Scrum Team (ST) to build and sustain complex products of the highest possible value. They do this work within a timebox called a Sprint; Sprints may be shorter, but may not last more than 30 days. Events, roles and artifacts are described definitively in the official Scrum guide: http://scrumguides.org/scrum-guide.html

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PHP Open Source Tools for Agile Development [closed]

Hello Everyone, There are so many Questions on Stackoverflow about Agile tools, but I haven't seen a tool which can be installed on a PHP Server. I'm just looking for an Open Source Scrum Tool or ...
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Scrum daily meetings: difference between Reporting and Check-In?

The "Three Questions" for Scrum dailies sound to me like a perfect instruction, to waste 15 minutes with useless status reporting: What have you completed since the last meeting? What do you plan to ...
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how Do i do implement Agile/Scrum in project real? [closed]

hello I am new here and I am not a software enginner I am a junior only and I saw always this : ** Agile/Scrum** I understand that is but my question is how could I implement that in a project real ...
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Potentially shippable product requires automating tests [closed]

To always have a potentially shippable product at the end of each 2-week Sprint, we need to rerun a lot of regression tests at the end of each Sprint. This is very repetitive and time consuming, so ...
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Criteria for prioritizing product backlog [closed]

My list of the most important criteria is below. What do you think? The value to the user - naturally features that are more important to the user must come first Implementation time - the faster it ...
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What is a good definition of “clear code” for a checklist (specifically Scrum definition of done)?

My manager wants us to complete a checklist for a Definition of Done, where the checklist items are short. What is a good way to phrase "code is clear" that might better imply that the code is ...
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How long are scrum meetings supposed to last? [duplicate]

I read that Scrum meetings should be less than 15 minutes long. Is this how long they usually are, or do they depend on the size of the development team? Must every team member speak in these?
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Scrum is methodology or framework? [closed]

I am confuse about scrum .it is methodology or Framework?. I want to use scrum for development but i want to develop scrum tool but i am confuse scrum is methodology or framework?
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Code review and then what? [duplicate]

In my team we have a policy that each code should be reviewed by at least one other developer. When the review is done the reviewer just clicks the merge button so the code ends up in development. ...
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Which one is better?Change sprint dates or one team member is not attend sprint plans for 4 months [closed]

We have an agile team and nearly running 80. sprint.Our sprint starts wednesday and finish Tuesday 10 days after.One of our team member,developer, will attend to a university course every Wednesday ...
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Self-organizing SCRUM teams and economic efficiency

As SCRUM teams are self-organized they are free to choose how to implement tasks. However, isn't there a risk that teams could end up deciding to do for instance full re-writes (instead of constant ...
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How to be a good team member and push the team towards new paradigms and technologies at the same time.

I am pretty new within our Scrum team. (Round about 4 months) Whenever I suggest some paradigm like "DevOps" or technology like "Kubernetes" to solve issues I am criticised at least from a part of the ...
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Does scrum involve writing tests before code? [closed]

I just read that in XP, tests are written before code. Scrum is a different Agile Methodology but does scrum also involve writing tests before code?
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Scrum Sprint Optimization

Looking for a systematic method for estimating and comparing the success factors of sprint configurations based on: Team Size Sprint Duration Number of Stories
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How many hours a day in a sprint in scrum framework?

I am trying to follow scrum framework as much as i can but i am facing some confusion. I like to know what are the standard guide lines for a sprint. I am designing the sprint but i am not sure to get ...
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What semantics should be used when referring to waterfall and agile methodologies [closed]

I've just been involved in a debate regarding semantics of how to define approaches to the software development lifecycle. As far as I have been concerned, waterfall and agile are not methodologies, ...
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Does the Product Backlog just consists out of User Stories in Agile Development? [closed]

As far as we know, the User Stories are the way a requirement is defined in bounded context with acceptance criteria. On the other hand, the Product Backlog enlists all requirements, i.e., new feature,...
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How to alleviate the development process through JIRA?

In our agile-scrum process, for each epic we are creating , we are creating automatically one user story that is related to that epic. From that user story, we are creating automatically too, 4 ...
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Does Agile (scrum) require one server environment? [closed]

Is it necessary/recommend/best practice/any other positive to use only one server environment to perform all development, unit testing and QA? If so, is it then wise/part of Agile to then have only ...
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Identifying the Redundant Requirements in Scrum

I'm working on the research to resolve the Requirements conflicts in distributed Scrum where teams are distributed over multiple locations. I'm proposing a model that consists of five steps including ...
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How to Communicate New Features to Delivery Team

In our company we have to development teams. The Product Team and the Delivery Team. I am working in the Product Team and the Delivery Team is consuming the framework, libraries, and services we are ...
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What line of code is written first in Software development? [closed]

When building software, we usually go through the requirements phase to design and all the stuff but when we start writing the actual code, how do we decide on which parts of the software will be ...
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“Self-organizing” Team vs HR and Management [closed]

If a shop is small, where does self-organizing come into play. If there is only one DB Admin, one DevOps Unix Admin etc...where the manager already decided what resources are required by the company. ...
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Agile tools, can't find any that suits my case or I'm wrong somewhere? [closed]

We have huge modules in our project, each module has a bunch of user-stories, each story contains developer tasks. Actually, we take tasks from multiple modules, since we have some core module ...