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Published on February 19, 2014

Author: michang05


AGILE PROCESS A Developer’s Perspective

Quick look • Who? • What? • 3 Most Common Backlogs. • What are User-stories. • How? • Version One “Feel free to interrupt !”

Who? • Scrum Master (Facilitator) • Person responsible to have the process followed. • Team • People who create and execute the process flow. • Product Owner (Customer) • Person who asks, creates and suggests product ideas.

What? • Roadmap – a sequenced, themed plan of intent • Epics – Big ideas of features or capabilities • User-stories – unit of customer value, completed in a sprint. A high-level description of an individual feature in the backlog • Tasks – granular level of work required to be completed in a backlog item / defect. • Sprint (iterations) – a time box during which a stories are completed. • Release(milestone) – is a series of Iterations(group of features).

3 Most common Backlogs • Product Backlog • Epics • User-stories(backlog item) • Release Backlog • Iteration Backlog • Tasks *Iteration = Sprint

What are User Stories? User-stories • New features. • Enhancements. • Low-level technical teams. • Architectural / infrastructural items. • Non-functional items such as documentations. • Defects/bugs. • “Spikes”

How? Product Backlog (Feature Estimation) 2. Release Backlog (Feature Estimation) 3. Iteration Backlog (Task Estimation) 4. Daily stand-up (scrum meetings) 1. - Task re-estimations. Completed, Accepted or Done. 5. Review. 6. Team Retrospective. 4.

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