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What is a Sprint in Scrum?

What is a Sprint in Scrum?

A sprint is a timeboxed iteration/ event of a continuous development cycle. Planned work has to be done within the sprint that would be later subjected to review. This is one of the significant terms used in Scrum Agile Technology. Sprint literally means, a short race at a full speed. Generally, teams define a shorter duration for a Sprint. Let…

Only half job Done with SCRUM!!! Why?

Only half job Done with SCRUM!!! Why?

Right from birth I have been taught “how” to walk, eat, talk, bath, comb my hair, dress and many more. Made many mistakes and have been corrected then and there through advice or by punishments. Learning have become as part of my life. I have been very much interested in learning new stuffs, so I can be a better person…

Sprint Planning in Distributed Scrum Team

In the mid-’80s and early ’90s when Information technology revolution started in India, IT engineer were providing service to a vendor in North America, Europe, etc. During this period, we use to see team providing services located across multiple geographical locations on the globe. Whether we were using Waterfall model, PRINCE 2, ITIL, Agile Software Development, Scrum, Kanban, Scrumban, XP…

Why Agile Software Development?

  This is the common question which I hear during my agile training that why we need to shift from waterfall to agile software development.  Agile Software Development enables organization to respond quickly to market needs and sustain in competitive environment.  It helps to increase the agility of organization and plan quickly as market changes. Agile Software development is only…

Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) example – Gherkin, SpecFlow and Nunit for Microsoft Platform (.Net/C#)

Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) example – Gherkin, SpecFlow and Nunit for Microsoft Platform (.Net/C#)

What is Acceptance Test-Driven Development? ATDD is a development methodology which promotes good collaboration between the business and technology group. There are many similar methodologies which work the more or less the same way as Behavior Driven Development (BDD), Example Driven Development (EDD) and Specification by Examples etc. ATDD is extended on TDD (Test Driven Development) that emphasis on developers,…