Introduction to Agile Scrum Methodology

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This is a presentation for software developers and testers to understand and start working on the very famous Agile SCRUM methodology for software development and testing

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2. Sprint Pre-planning: Identification of what stories will be worked on during the sprint Move stories from product backlog into the sprint backlog 3. Sprint Kick - Off Review the stories in the sprint backlog Select a few stories and start to task out the sub-tasks to complete the stories 4. Story Tasking: Before you start a story, please ensure that we have created the appropriate sub-tasks (as best we can ... sub-tasks can be added/deleted as we work on the story) Please ensure the following sub-tasks are a part of the story: Jira Ticket Lifecycle Please ensure that the sub- tasks have the appropriate release and sprint numbers assigned to them 5. Working on the story: If story work has started, please move the story to "Dev in Progress Please ensure that the sub- task status is up-to-date ... If you're working on a sub- task it should be "Dev in Progress If you've completed a sub- task it should be "Dev Complete" and re-assigned to your QA counterpart If you're working on verifying the sub-task work, it should be "QA in Progress If you've completed the verification of the sub-task, it should be closed and marked as "Done" 6. Closing a story: Once all the tasks associated with the story have been completed, the story needs to be marked as closed. 7. Retrospective WHAT WENT GOOD WHAT WENT BAD 8. IMPROVEMENTS 9. Scrum of Scrum meeting 10. just like the daily standup or daily scrum. He also suggests timeboxing the meetings to last no more than fifteen minutes. 11. REVANTH REDDY AIRRE (RAR) CAST INDIA