Tags:sprint
  • 07Apr
    Scrum Artifacts – Product Increment
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Scrum Artifacts – Product Increment

    One of the fundamental concepts of Scrum is the team must deliver a potentially shippable increment of code each sprint. This increment must include complete slices of product features, and it must be "Done." Additionally, the increment…

  • 06Apr
    Scrum Artifacts - Burn Down Chart
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Scrum Artifacts - Burn Down Chart

    The Burn Down Chart is a very simple tool use to monitor and show the progress of the current sprint. Is exposed in a public location so that any stakeholder can get the information on how the sprint is progressing against the initial plan. The…

  • 20Feb
    Ending a Scrum Project
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Ending a Scrum Project

    Any project starts when stakeholders agree to allocate resources to achieve something that has been evaluated to have a satisfactory return on investment. This means the project must be well defined from the beginning, otherwise the stakeholders…

  • 27Apr
    Differences between Scrum and XP
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Differences between Scrum and XP

    Scrum and eXtreme Programming (XP) are both Agile approaches on software development, and for that reason, are very much aligned. They share the concepts of iterative development, working software, release and iteration planning, daily meetings,…