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Product Backlog In Scrum

by Mrugesh Panchal Thu 18 Jun 2015 00:09

People prefer using lists when they plan activities or things to do. While planning projects, people still prefer using lists to remind them about what activity they are suppo...

Product Backlog Items

by Mrugesh Panchal Thu 18 Jun 2015 00:09

Product backlog items are also known as user stories, backlog items, or “PBI”s. They represent the product features to be developed in the project. In Scrum, the e...

Product Backlogs

by Mrugesh Panchal Thu 18 Jun 2015 00:09

Product backlogs are very important in Scrum since the entire product is “manufactured” by developing the set of product features and functionalities contained th...

Scrum Daily Meeting

by Mrugesh Panchal Mon 15 Jun 2015 00:09

In Agile Scrum, each day before the daily sprint commences, the team holds a short meeting known as the Scrum daily meeting. The meeting is also referred to as the “dail...

Scrum Retrospective Meeting

by Mrugesh Panchal Mon 15 Jun 2015 00:09

A Scrum retrospective meeting, known also as a sprint retrospective meeting, is held to assess the work carried out by the entire Agile team, and to identify what needs to be ...

Scrum Planning Meeting

by Mrugesh Panchal Mon 15 Jun 2015 00:09

In Agile Scrum, each iteration cycle begins with a Scrum planning meeting, which is also known as a “sprint planning meeting.” In the meeting, the product owner an...

Software planning process

by Mrugesh Panchal Mon 15 Jun 2015 00:09

In Agile, the software planning process primarily depends upon a single key metric – the development team velocity. Team velocity represents the work done by the develop...

What Is Agile Programming?

by Mrugesh Panchal Mon 15 Jun 2015 00:09

Agile programming offers a unique approach towards software development and software project management. Agile helps teams to react positively to the instable IT market relate...

What is Agile software development model?

by Mrugesh Panchal Thu 11 Jun 2015 00:09

The Agile software development model is fundamentally based upon the “product incremental” model. In Agile, software development is carried out in “short bur...

The manifesto for Agile software development

by Mrugesh Panchal Mon 11 May 2015 00:09

Agile was envisioned in February 2001, when seventeen software professionals met at a distant ski resort in Snowbird, Utah. Besides skiing, they also spent some time reflectin...