Lightning Talk - SCRUM

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Lightning Talk - SCRUM

  1. 1. Diogo Salaberri
  2. 2. SCRUM  Metodology to develop and managment complex products.  Team associated a roles, artifacts, events, rules;  Each role has a defined purpose.
  3. 3. SCRUM - Sprint  Basic unit of SCRUM development;  Timeboxed (1 or 2 weeks ~ 1 month);  Preceded by a planning meeting;  Followed by a retrospective;
  4. 4. SCRUM - Roles  Product Owner  Product Vision  Voice of the custumer  Ensure the team delivers for business  SCRUM Master  Disrrupt any distraction for team  Apply SCRUM practices  Isn’t a Team Leader  SCRUM Team  Self organized  Code, Test, Design, estimates, task definition;
  5. 5. SCRUM - Meetings  Planning  Plan the next Sprint, based on previous velocity  Timeboxed (8hrs)  Daily  Team updates  Timeboxed (15min)  Sprint Review  Discuss about previous sprint at product level;  Timeboxed (4hrs)  Retrospective  Discuss about was done, at people level;  Timeboxed (3hrs)
  6. 6. SCRUM - Artifacts  Product Backlog (PB)  Wish list for the product;  Release Backlog (RB)  Division of PB itens;  Should be prioritized;  Sprint Backlog (SB)  Division of RB itens;  Ordeing by RB priority order;  "Can we also do this?"  Increment  Sum of all the PB Items completed during a sprint and all previous sprints;
  7. 7. SCRUM  Definition of Done  Incremental definition  Depends on Team Maturity  Burndown  Graphic to show product progress;  Work x Time;  Should be daily updated;
  8. 8. SCRUM  Isn’t a Silver Bullet  Don’t have magic solution to complex problems;  Ideally used to develop and manage complex products that changes quickly;
  9. 9. SCRUM
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