Real World Scrum Team Foundation Server 2013: 02. Sprint Planning

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I was watching real-world-scrum-team-foundation-server-2013 course on Pluralsight and I’d like to share with you my summary of part “02. Sprint Planning” from this course & I hope it may be useful for you.

00.Overview–Sprint-Length

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01.Demo-Sprint-Start–End-Dates

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02.Teams–Team-Capacity

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03.Demo-Teams–Team-Capacity

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04.Demo-Choose-PBIs-for-a-Sprint

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05.Demo-Create-Tasks-for-the-Sprint-PBIs

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06.Pre-Assigned-Tasks-Discussion

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07.Demo-Assign-Tasks–Individual-Capacity

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08.Decompose-PBIs

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09.Demo-Decompose-PBIs

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Real World Scrum Team Foundation Server 2013: 01. Planning-Managing a Product Backlog

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I was watching real-world-scrum-team-foundation-server-2013 course on Pluralsight and I’d like to share with you my summary of part “01. Planning-Managing a Product Backlog” from this course & I hope it may be useful for you.

00.Story-Points-Velocity–the-Product-Backlog-Manager

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01.Demo-Product-Backlog-Manager

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02.Demo-Edit-the-Backlog-With-Excel

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03.Epics(Features)–Portfolio-Management

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04.Demo-Portfolio-Management

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Real World Scrum Team Foundation Server 2013: 00. Scrum Overview

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I was watching real-world-scrum-team-foundation-server-2013 course from Pluralsight and I’d like to share with you my summary of part “00.Scrum-Overview” from this course. I hope it may be useful for you.

01.Product-Owner–The-Backlog

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02.The-Sprint

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03.Sprint-Planning-Part-1

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04.Definition-of-Done

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05.Sprint-Planning-Part-2

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06.The-Daily-Scrum

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07.Sprint-Review

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08.Sprint-Retrospective

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09.Summary

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10.Scrum-With-TFS-2013

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Scrum-and-XP-from-the-Trenches#06: Testing

In this session we will cover the following:

PART FOURTEEN – How we do Testing

  • You probably can’t get rid of the acceptance-test phase
  • Minimize the acceptance-test phase
  • Increase quality by putting testers in the Scrum team
  • What does the tester do when there is nothing to test?
  • Sprint cycles vs. acceptance-test cycles
  • How do we deal with reported bugs?
  • Alleviating the Testing Bottleneck

Next session isA, we will talk about PART FIFTEEN – How we handle multiple Scrum teams

Thank You and always keep it simple & straightforward 🙂

Scrum-and-XP-from-the-Trenches#05: Release Planning & Scrum with XP

In this session we will cover the following:

PART TWELVE – How we do Release Planning and Fixed-Price Contracts

  • Define your Acceptance Thresholds
  • Time-estimate the most important items
  • Estimate Velocity
  • Put it Together into a Release Plan
  • Adapting the Release Plan

PART THIRTEEN – How we combine Scrum with XP

  • Pair programming
  • Test-driven development (TDD)
  • Incremental design
  • Continuous integration
  • Collective code ownership
  • Informative workspace
  • Coding Standard
  • Sustainable pace/energized work

 

Next session isA, we will talk about PART FOURTEEN – How we Do Testing.

Thank You and always keep it simple & straightforward 🙂

Scrum-and-XP-from-the-Trenches#04: Sprint Demo & Retrospective

Last session we covered 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

You can check it from here Scrum-and-XP-from-the-Trenches Session#03: Sprint Backlog & Daily Scrum.

In this session we will cover the following:

PART NINE – How we do Sprint Demo

  • The Sprint Demo (Sprint Review)
  • Why we insist that all sprints end with a demo(Review)
  • Checklist for Sprint Review
  • Public vs. Internal Sprint Review
  • Dealing with indemonstrable stuff

PART TEN – How we do Sprint Retrospectives

  • Why we insist that all teams do retrospectives
  • How we organize retrospectives
  • What can we do better next sprint?
  • Spreading lessons learned between teams
  • To change or not to change
  • Examples of things that may come up during retrospectives

PART ELEVEN – Slack Time Between Sprints

  • Slack Time Importance
  • Slack Time Examples
  • Lab Days

 

Next session isA, we will cover the following:

  • PART TWELVE – How we do Release Planning and Fixed-Price Contracts
  • PART THIRTEEN – How we combine Scrum with XP

Thank You, and always keep it simple & straightforward 🙂

 

Scrum-and-XP-from-the-Trenches Session#03: Sprint Backlog & Daily Scrum

Last session we covered Part 3: How we prepare for sprint planning and Part 4: How we do sprint planning. You can check the previous session from the following links:

Scrum-and-XP-from-the-Trenches Session#01: Intro & Backlog

Scrum-and-XP-from-the-Trenches Session#02: Sprint Planning

In our 3rd session we will cover the following:

PART FIVE – How we Communicate Sprints

  • Sprint Info Page

PART SIX – How we do Sprint Backlogs

  • Wall-based Task Boards
  • How the Task Board works
  • How the Burn-Down Chart works
  • Task-board Warning Signs
  • Hey, What about Traceability?!
  • Estimating Days vs. Hours

PART SEVEN – How we Arrange the Team Room

  • The Design Corner
  • Seat the Team Together!
  • Keep the Product Owner at Bay
  • Keep the Managers and Coaches at Bay

PART EIGHT – How we Do Daily Scrums

  • Stand Up Meeting (Daily Scrum)
  • How we Update the Task Board
  • Dealing with Latecomers
  • Dealing with “I don’t know what to do today”

Next session isA, we will cover the following:

  • PART NINE – How we do sprint demos
  • PART TEN – How we do sprint retrospectives
  • PART ELEVEN – Slack time between sprints

Thank you and Keep it simple & straightforward! 🙂