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Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement
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Definition of Done and Product Backlog refinement

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How to use the Definition of Done and the product backlog refinement in an Agile/Scrum project

How to use the Definition of Done and the product backlog refinement in an Agile/Scrum project

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  • 1. Product backlog refinement and Definition of Done Paving the way to agility Christian Vos Rood Mitek Software
  • 2. Feedback Quick Feedback
  • 3. Feedback • Quick • Many times Feedback Improve Inspect Adapt • Learn • Helps goal reaching
  • 4. Feedback & Iterative Development Feedback All steps for shipment Empirical management Learning by review, test • Quick • Many times Inspect adapt improve • Learning • Effective goal reaching
  • 5. Why Definition of Done ? Inspect , Adapt and Improve • All steps of software life cycle (dev to deployment) get feedback • Product feedback : Test performance, Demo etc. • Process feedback : Coding Quality, Peer Review, Deployment etc.
  • 6. Why Definition of Done ? Almost done is not done at all • PO and Dev in discussion • • • • • • Is it done ? Yes, almost Can we go to production ? No, not yet Why not ? Some bugs, some tests, not sure it works on prod, Webservice not reachable in business domain, manual has to be written, etc • When can we go to production ? • I am not sure…..
  • 7. Why Definition of Done ? Better release planning • No need for hardening iterations. Iterations where bugs are solved, tests are done, deployment is prepared • Estimate / plan on iterations
  • 8. Release planning Product Backlog 5 • UserStory 1 • UserStory 3 • UserStory 3 • UserStory 2 • UserStory 4 • UserStory 5 Iteration 1 • UserStory 23 • Total story points Iteration 2 Velocity of 6 Iteration 3 Iteration 4 Done and Release !
  • 9. Definition of Done Release Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Unsolved Bugs Integration/Regression Test Deployment packages Documentation Performance issues etc Iteration undone work Iteration undone work
  • 10. Definition of Done Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Test Iteration Release Iteration Release
  • 11. Definition of Done Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Test Iteration Release Iteration Release
  • 12. Definition of Done Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Iteration undone work Release Iteration Release Iteration Release
  • 13. Definition of Done Release burndown chart Actual work remaining
  • 14. Definition of Done Release burndown chart Undone work work remaining
  • 15. Definition of Done Release burndown chart Actual work remaining Delta of ideal Definition of Done and Actual Defintion of Done
  • 16. Definition of Done Release burndown chart Actual work remaining
  • 17. Why Definition of Done ? Minimize the delay of risk • Undone work reveals itself in production !
  • 18. Why Definition of Done ? Defines the agility/quality/maturity of the team • A team should be able to complete a (new) feature in one iteration and release it immediatly to production with all steps defined in the DoD necessary to guarantee best quality.
  • 19. Definition of Done Two definitons of done : -Competence -> Automation (Can’t) -Maturity - > Won’t In Use/ Current • Transparant for Product owner • Represents capability of the team • What to improve Optimal/Ideal • Where do you want to go
  • 20. Definition of Done Ideal •Code checked in •Code build green on build server •Coding Quality Check Green(er) (Sonar) •Unit Test build server OK •Unit Test build server OK (Code Coverage 80 %) •Peer reviewed •(Automated) Deployed on CI Server •One click on Demo Server •(All deployment is including automated database deployment on all mentioned servers) •(Automated) Integration Test run on CI •(Automated) Acceptance Test run on CI •(Automated) Performance Test run on CI •(Automated) Deployed on ST Server •(Automated) Deployed on UAT Server •Exploratory testing done on ST Server •Integration (chain) testing done on UAT Server •Demo-ed and approved by Product Owner •All sprint related bugs solved •Deployment Guide up to date •Interface documentation up to date •Use Cases up to date •RMS up to date •Release Notes up to date •User Manual up to date •SRS updated •Iteration Test Rapport (up to date) •Technical Design updated (when absolutely necessary) •Product Backlog up to date Two definitons of done Current •Code checked in •Code build green on build server •Coding Quality Check Green(er) (Sonar) •Unit Test build server OK •Peer reviewed •(Automated) Deployed on CI Server •(All deployment is including automated database deployment on all mentioned servers) •(Automated) Integration Test run on CI •(Automated) Acceptance Test run on CI •(Automated) Deployed on ST Server •Exploratory testing done on ST Server •Demo-ed and approved by Product Owner •All sprint related bugs solved •Deployment Guide up to date •Interface documation up to date •Use Cases up to date •RMS up to date •Product Backlog up to date Delay of Risk Manifestation in production
  • 21. Definition of Done Ideal •Code checked in •Code build green on build server •Coding Quality Check Green(er) (Sonar) •Unit Test build server OK •Unit Test build server OK (Code Coverage 80 %) •Peer reviewed •(Automated) Deployed on CI Server •One click on Demo Server •(All deployment is including automated database deployment on all mentioned servers) •(Automated) Integration Test run on CI •(Automated) Acceptance Test run on CI •(Automated) Performance Test run on CI •(Automated) Deployed on ST Server •(Automated) Deployed on UAT Server •Exploratory testing done on ST Server •Integration (chain) testing done on UAT Server •Demo-ed and approved by Product Owner •All sprint related bugs solved •Deployment Guide up to date •Interface documentation up to date •Use Cases up to date •RMS up to date •Release Notes up to date •User Manual up to date •SRS updated •Iteration Test Rapport (up to date) •Technical Design updated (when absolutely necessary) •Product Backlog up to date Two definitons of done Current •Code checked in •Code build green on build server •Coding Quality Check Green(er) (Sonar) •Unit Test build server OK •Peer reviewed •(Automated) Deployed on CI Server •(All deployment is including automated database deployment on all mentioned servers) •(Automated) Integration Test run on CI •(Automated) Acceptance Test run on CI •(Automated) Deployed on ST Server •Exploratory testing done on ST Server •Demo-ed and approved by Product Owner •All sprint related bugs solved •Deployment Guide up to date •Interface documentation up to date •Use Cases up to date •RMS up to date •Product Backlog up to date •User Manual up to date
  • 22. Definition of Done Conclusion Definition of Done helps you with : • • • • • Improving team quality/agility/maturity Transparancy to stakeholders Giving burndown charts sense Better release planning Minimizing delay of risk
  • 23. Product Backlog • List of whatever needs to be done in order to successfully deliver a working software system • Features, functionality, technology, issues, emergent items • Prioritized, estimated • Product Owner responsible for priority • More detail on higher priority items • Anyone can contribute • Posted visible and Maintained
  • 24. Product Backlog Refinement • • • • • • • • • • Time boxed meeting +- 1,5 hour every week whole team Product owner should attend Split , clarify and estimate work items, user stories, RFC’s Share new insights with the team Re-estimate when necessary Priority determined by Product Owner Goal is the have a “ready” Product Backlog for next planning Prevent discussions in the planning session Visualize release planning (also known as Backlog Refactoring, Backlog Maintenance, Backlog Grooming)
  • 25. Product Backlog Refinement Clear-Fine Items 1.--2.--3.--4.--Vague-Coarse Items --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Items that are detailed and small enough to be picked up by development for implementation Need more details, more discussion, more acceptance criteria, smaller etc.
  • 26. Product Backlog Refinement Clear-Fine Items 5 1.--1 2.--3 3.--3 4.--2 5.--5 6.--2 7.--2 8.--3 9.--5 10.--1 11.--3 12.--3 13.--- Iteration 1 Iteration 2 Iteration 3 Release Refinement visualizes the release planning
  • 27. Product Backlog Refinement Iteration Retrospective Product Backlog Iteration Planning 1 Iteration Planning 2 Refinement Iteration 2 weeks Iteration Review 1 Product Baclog Refinement
  • 28. Planning Planning session 1 : Determine capacity of team Pick userstories based on “feeling” and velocity in mind Time : 5-10 minutes Planning session 2 : Define tasks and hours Time 2 hours
  • 29. Definition of Done Product Backlog Refinement Any Questions ?

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