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  • 1. Agile-Scrum vs. Waterfall- Cycle Methodology
  • 2. Waterfall Development cont.. • You complete one phase (e.g Design) before moving to the next phase (e.g Development) • You rarely plan to re-visit a phase once it’s completed. That means you think you are doing right for the first time. • You don’t release any value until the end of the project • You don’t seek approval from the stakeholders between or after each phase • This approach is highly risky, more costly and less efficient than Agile approach
  • 3. AGILE • Iterative • Rapid • Adaptable • Quality Driven • Cooperative • It’s not a process, it’s a philosophy or Set of values
  • 4. Agile Techniques • Scrum • XP • Kanban • RUP
  • 5. SCRUM • A light weight agile process • Split your work into list of small, concrete deliverables • Sort the list by priority and estimate relative effort to each item
  • 6. Scrum Terminology • Sprint • User Story • Backlog • Story Points • Team Member • Product Owner
  • 7. Meetings • Daily Standup / Scrum • Sprint Planning or Kickoff • Story Grooming • Retrospective Meeting