In the last session, we covered part 1 and 2 from the book. We talked about the basic requirements for Scrum and how to make the product backlog. You can check it from the following link:
In the 2nd session, we will cover the following:
PART THREE – How we prepare for sprint planning
PART FOUR – How we do sprint planning
- Sprint Planning Meeting Purpose.
- Sprint Planning Meeting Concrete Output.
- Why the product owner has to attend?
- Why quality is not negotiable?
- Sprint-planning-meeting agenda.
- Defining the sprint length and goal.
- Deciding which stories to include in the sprint.
- How can product owner affect which stories make it to the sprint?
- How does the team decide which stories to include in the sprint?
- Why we use Index Cards?
- Definition of “Done”
- Time estimating using Planning Poker
- Clarifying Stories
- Breaking down Stories into Smaller Stories
- Breaking down Stories into Tasks
- Defining Time and Place for the Daily Scrum
- Tech Stories
- Bug Tracking System vs. Product Backlog
- Sprint Planning Meeting is Finally Over!
Next session covers the following:
- PART FIVE – How we Communicate Sprints
- PART SIX – How we do Sprint Backlogs
- PART SEVEN – How we Arrange the Team Room
- PART EIGHT – How we Do Daily Scrums
Thanks and Keep it simple & straightforward 🙂