Although all of us speak the same language, each of us uses different meaning of words "soon”, "fine” and "done”. That’s why for one developer "I’m done” means that just a moment ago the part of the code with implemented functionality has been successfully executed, while for another developer it means that code has been committed to repository but without checking if build is green or not on continuous integration server. At the same time "done" of developer-perfectionist means totally refactored and optimized code. And only for "black swan”-developer phrase "I'm done“ means that all tests were passed, new functionality was documented on wiki and a new feature was verified by customer on the demo server.
So if you want to decrease a risk of misunderstanding inside a team or between team and customer you should make agreement about common vision of “definition of done“ and then start using it on a daily basis. In order to prevent losing your time and stepping on the hidden rake during discussion of your done criteria we will share our knowledge about creating compact and most effective “definition of done“. We will talk about lifecycle of this document and about approaches that help you to add important items to it. We will discuss doneness on different levels (preplanning, user story and task development, sprint). And of course we won’t forget to tell you how to create “Definition of Done“ which will satisfy not only your team but your customer as well.
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