The Sprint is the core of Scrum. It's a finite block of time used for focused work with the goal to produce a potentially shippable product increment at the end of it. A Sprint starts with the Planning and ends with the Sprint Review and Retrospective. A very commonly choosen length for a Sprint are […]
The Daily Stand-Up or Daily Scrum is a short daily meeting for the team to synchronize work.
Did you ever had the feeling, your team could be better? Have a higher performance? Be able to produce better outcomes? I'm not talking about successfully finished sprints versus failed sprints or the constant struggle to increase velocity. I mean your product - that thing your team is building. May it be your company's product […]
Usually we have certain constrains on our project which define what we can achieve and most likely also what we have to do first. Having a backlog packed with user stories makes it very difficult to get an overview of the upcoming workload. To be able to actually get an idea for the upcoming sprints […]
Continuously integrate new code As soon as new code is finished it should be integrated into the code base. By that it is not only ensured that all members of the development team get access to new code, it also minimises the risk of running into incompatibilities and reduces the complexity of merging changes. In […]