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Why is User Story not part of core Scrum?

User story is one of the popular way of writing requirement in Agile. Lot of Agilists prefer the User Story format. However, that is not the only way of writing requirements in Agile projects. You could write requirements in many ways, for e.g.Use Cases, Business...

Product Backlog Refinement

Because requirements in Scrum are only loosely defined, they need to revisited and clearly defined before they come into the Sprint. This is done during the current sprint in a activity called Product Backlog Refinement. Duration of the PB Refinement The guidelines in...

Continuous Integration

In Continuous integrations, all the developer work is merged to main branch several times a day. This helps in reducing integration problems. In Continuous integration we try to minimize the duration for which a branch remains checked out. A developer code gets early...

What is Kanban?

Kanban is a visual process and project management tool first developed in Japan by Toyota. Kanban is a way to visualize your work and limit the amount of work in progress at any one time. KanBan is often seen as a central element of “Lean” manufacturing and is...

Extreme Programming

Extreme Programming (XP) Extreme Programming (XP) is a software development methodology which is intended to improve software quality and responsiveness to changing customer requirements. As a type of agile software development, it advocates frequent...

What is a User Story?

The User Story is the most granular unit of requirement on a Scrum Project. The Product Owner writes the User Stories. The Sprint Backlog gets elaborated into User Stories when the Sprint Planning is done. It is important to note that the user story is a medium that...