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Brief intro to SCRUM

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Published on February 1, 2009

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A short description to developing software projects using Scrum agile methodology.
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http://initlab.startup-bg.org/ SCRUM or a meal at “Ham and Eggs” by Vladimir Vassilev

What will you learn? Product backlog Sprint backlog Product burndown chart Sprint burndown chart Product owner SCRUM master SCRUM team Sprint planning meeting Sprint review meeting Scrum (stand-up) meeting Time-boxing http://initlab.startup-bg.org/

Product backlog

Sprint backlog

Product burndown chart

Sprint burndown chart

Product owner

SCRUM master

SCRUM team

Sprint planning meeting

Sprint review meeting

Scrum (stand-up) meeting

Time-boxing

Process description http://initlab.startup-bg.org/ Used under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Pig roles SCRUM master responsible for the SCRUM process leads the SCRUM meeting. organizes the sprint backlog. major actor in sprint planning and preview meetings. SCRUM team responsible for the development process (developers, designers, analysts) Product owner the voice of the customer. sets up the Product backlog. major actor in the Sprint planning meeting. http://initlab.startup-bg.org/

SCRUM master

responsible for the SCRUM process

leads the SCRUM meeting.

organizes the sprint backlog.

major actor in sprint planning and preview meetings.

SCRUM team

responsible for the development process (developers, designers, analysts)

Product owner

the voice of the customer.

sets up the Product backlog.

major actor in the Sprint planning meeting.

Chicken roles Users Stakeholders People directly interested in the development of the product Consulting experts … and others not taking part in the development process. http://initlab.startup-bg.org/

Users

Stakeholders

People directly interested in the development of the product

Consulting experts

… and others not taking part in the development process.

Documents Product backlog broad descriptions of all required features, by the Product owner. priorities by the Product owner. time estimation for each feature. Sprint backlog broken down features into tasks by the SCRUM master. SCRUM members select and estimate tasks. Every day each member estimates the effort left for finishing the tasks that are distributed to them. http://initlab.startup-bg.org/ Product burndown chart shows the progress and effort left for the development of the product through the defined Sprints (Iterations). Sprint burndown chart the remaining effort till the end of the Sprint (Iteration)

Product backlog

broad descriptions of all required features, by the Product owner.

priorities by the Product owner.

time estimation for each feature.

Sprint backlog

broken down features into tasks by the SCRUM master.

SCRUM members select and estimate tasks.

Every day each member estimates the effort left for finishing the tasks that are distributed to them.

Product burndown chart

shows the progress and effort left for the development of the product through the defined Sprints (Iterations).

Sprint burndown chart

the remaining effort till the end of the Sprint (Iteration)

Sprint meetings Sprint planning meeting at the beginning of a Sprint. Participants are the Pigs (Product owner, SCRUM master, the entire SCRUM team). The Product owner selects the highest priority features. The SCRUM master brakes each feature into tasks. The SCRUM team distributes the tasks among the members. The Master and the Team discuss and estimate the time needed for each task. http://initlab.startup-bg.org/ Sprint review meeting at the end of a Sprint. Participants are the Pigs + management, customers, and engineers from other projects. takes the form of a demo of the new features. intentionally kept very informal (not to become a distraction for the development process) no presentations allowed a natural end of the sprint

Sprint planning meeting

at the beginning of a Sprint.

Participants are the Pigs (Product owner, SCRUM master, the entire SCRUM team).

The Product owner selects the highest priority features.

The SCRUM master brakes each feature into tasks.

The SCRUM team distributes the tasks among the members.

The Master and the Team discuss and estimate the time needed for each task.

Sprint review meeting

at the end of a Sprint.

Participants are the Pigs + management, customers, and engineers from other projects.

takes the form of a demo of the new features.

intentionally kept very informal (not to become a distraction for the development process)

no presentations allowed

a natural end of the sprint

Stand-up meeting Stand-up meetings intended to be quick, not consuming time … but giving information for the current state of the Sprint and changes in Sprint end date answer the questions: What have you done since yesterday? What are you planning to do by tomorrow? Do you have any problems preventing you from accomplishing your goal? time-boxing is vital for the effective stand-up meeting – each member of the SCRUM team has strictly limited time for answering the three questions http://initlab.startup-bg.org/

Stand-up meetings

intended to be quick, not consuming time

… but giving information for the current state of the Sprint and changes in Sprint end date

answer the questions:

What have you done since yesterday?

What are you planning to do by tomorrow?

Do you have any problems preventing you from accomplishing your goal?

time-boxing is vital for the effective stand-up meeting – each member of the SCRUM team has strictly limited time for answering the three questions

Process description (once again!) http://initlab.startup-bg.org/ Used under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

What was that about the pigs and chicken?! There was the story of a chicken and a pig walking down the street… The Chicken said: - Why don’t we open a restaurant? - Why not? – agreed the Chicken. - But how should we call it? - “Ham and Eggs” sounds nice to me! – answered the Chicken. … SCRUM is that restaurant. Pigs are those, committed to the project, whereas Chicken are only involved. Only Pigs have the right to speak at the Stand-up meeting. http://initlab.startup-bg.org/

There was the story of a chicken and a pig walking down the street…

The Chicken said:

- Why don’t we open a restaurant?

- Why not? – agreed the Chicken.

- But how should we call it?

- “Ham and Eggs” sounds nice to me! – answered the Chicken.

… SCRUM is that restaurant. Pigs are those, committed to the project, whereas Chicken are only involved. Only Pigs have the right to speak at the Stand-up meeting.

Thanks for staying awake! Author: Vladimir Vassilev Contacts: [email_address] (+359)885 44 84 75 286-711-630 Position: init Lab's captain init Lab @ StartUP http://initlab.startup-bg.org [email_address] (+359) 885 44 84 75 http://initlab.startup-bg.org/ http://initlab.startup-bg.org/

Author:

Vladimir Vassilev

Contacts:

[email_address]

(+359)885 44 84 75

286-711-630

Position:

init Lab's captain

init Lab @ StartUP

http://initlab.startup-bg.org

[email_address]

(+359) 885 44 84 75

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