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what is scrum the first thing aboutscrum is it's a framework if it is aframework which means it's it's anoverall skeleton which gives you certainroles art effects events and then thereare certain rules around them and wehave to build on top of that scrum is aprocess framework to basically it givesus a way how do we run our day-to-daywork it it does not necessarily mean theengineering aspects of things that weare doing which means in software scrumis not about how you code how youintegrate scrum is found to be mostuseful in complex domain there isuncertainty requirements are not clearrequirements keep changing technologykeeps emerging so whenever things arenot sure scrum is going to give you themost ROI we call it complex adaptiveproblems can be solved by scrum scrum isbased on which theory empirical ourdecisions are based on our learnings notany other theory which means if you haveto take a decision on something what doyou do do an experiment and immediatelybased on the facts take a decision dofurther experiment and keep on doingthat and the more experiments you keepon doing the more your decisions becomemore and more appropriate is it fine soit's an empirical process theory whichare based on three particularingredients three particularcharacteristics which are the mostimportant the the first one is thetransparency the next one is inspectionand the last one is adaptation so whatdoes it mean keep things transparent sosignificant aspects must be clearlyvisible to people who are working on itthat is the meaning of transparency andwhat is inspection evaluation of whatanything product how are we doing solet's look at it that is inspection andbased on the findings of the inspectionwe can do adaptation simple so in shortit's a PDCA cycle plan do check and actand you go back to planning and doingour complete cycle becomes planning okthen actually doing and then doinginspect and adapt very similar toplan-do-check-actnow inspect and adapt observations we'llgo back to your planning are we doingthe same thing again and again and againthere are say events for doing all thisfor planning what is the event thesprint planning what is a sprint it's adelivery cycle one week to one month sowe fix the maximum time allocated to ourwork which is again called as timeboxing so Sprint is nothing but a timebox duration where work is done soplanning is sprint planning what isdoing in scrum so I am doing a we are ascrum team execution so you actually donot do sprint execution you execute yourwork during the sprint now for you forus when we are talking about softwarethe work could be coding testing is thatmaking sense but what is doing in scrumprocess means doing the daily scrumwithout fail that is what as part of itsdoing what you have to do as part of theprocess daily scrum which is mandatorywhat is the purpose of daily scrumsteams income now say which team scrumteam customer team development team thedevelopment team must need to be alignedand must be in sync so as part ofinspector adapt the key inspectioninspection and adapt adaptation happensfor the product increment that you buildand the process first you look at theproduct how the product is coming bygoing giving demo to the customer and bygiving never to the customer of stakeyou are removing the risk and thatimprovement goes into your next level ofitems secondly once that part is overyou inspect and wrap the process and therelationship between team members in thepeople and then our learnings from bothproduct demo or sprint review plusretrospective or process improvement isfed back into the next cycle so we havethis what you call as the iterativeprocess iterative means repetativedevelopment cycles and incremental isthe delivery of the product or theservice you do not deliver everything inone go you deliver it in incremental e

Checkout Vineet’s views on Scrum. Vineet talks about Scrum being a process framework and is based on empirical theory. He further discusses about Transparency, Inspection, Adaptation, PDCA cycle, Sprint, Sprint Planning, Timeboxing, Daily Scrum, Interative & Incremental delivery.

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Agile Software Development with Scrum (Series in Agile Software Development)

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