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Release planning is done

Release planning is done. I must say they were two very intensive weeks. The teams really felt load. It was something very different from what they are used to do and therefore took some time to get used to. And probably no one got accostumed to it :). But the result was great. Soon we realized that not everything we wanted to do could be done in the timeframe we set and therefore we looked for alternative routes and ways to do things incrementally. The USs we developed were in most cases good USs (as opposed to tasks masked by stories) and the ammount of USs defined and evaluated is remarkable.

We estimated almost 400 user stories and then selected about 200 for the next release. I really look forward to seeing how the iterations go.


March 1, 2009 - Posted by | Agile, Funambol, SCRUM

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