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in this lesson we're going to be exploring the agile methodology? Very important one, By the way,
our learning objectives are
defining what the agile framework is.
House, chrome and gamma methodologies are used and the different components off the scrum approach.
In the late nineties early 2000 it was developed something called the Ah John Manifesto.
He was trying to provide a framework or best practices. When he comes to suffer development. Agile is all about so for developments.
manifest. So introduced the requirements and solutions to be smaller in packages
and that they will be evolving throughout the execution off the project. So it's not a fixed set of requirements, but that they change as the project progresses.
Agile also emphasizes on the interaction off cross functional teams, which is something always experienced.
Now agile as a free more has several methodologies, there's a rapid application development and so on so forth.
But scram and Cambon stand out as the two most common ones. Let's begin with Camden,
Campion emphasizes on work. The solicitation emphasizes on limiting the work in progress and the utilization of the resources to their best. It looks to maximize flow or efficiency.
The cabin team usually focuses on reducing the time it takes to take a project or or a user story or requirement from start to finish.
Scrum in your hand is looks for
developing software that end up being feasibly working software.
day or or set off times are called straight. We're gonna look into that in a second.
The goal is to create loops to quickly gather an integrated customer feedback into the project execution. As you see agile, it's all about changing requirements, evaluating what we've done and adjusting as nimbly as possible.
Scram in Camden are not mutually exclusive in many environments scrum environments, which is mostly adopted. Campanis also used to provide the visualization part. That's chrome may not work *** or with us conveniently,
so let's look at the primary members. The first member is the scroll master, who's basically a facilitator. Not a manager
is in charge of coordinating the work for each sprint that he's in charge of helping the team members to coordinate their work as well.
It is also working with another component, another member called the product owner. The product owner is the wonder represents its stakeholders. It serves as a connector between the scrum master and the invested parties or stakeholders and speaks on behalf
off the business customers
or interested parties.
Finally we have the developers or team members which are the ones in charge
off presenting the results off these each of these sprints.
So going back to scrum scrum is an agile methodology
for managing and controlling the software and the product development in a rapidly changing environment. As you can see,
he has to a lot of components
before you can get into a usable software state. Sullen look, let's look at the primary one.
The 1st 1 is the dailies from the dailies Chroma, or the standup meeting is a short meeting in where every team member and scram master and the product owner
look at having 5 to 15 minutes to quickly give feedback
about the word that was done and what is working towards a head. So the dailies chrome is a requirement to me and it's called a sandal because it's a standing meeting to make sure that everybody is sensible about the time. This is not a presentation. This is just a point blank state off the work in
Another component is a spring spring. Is alliteration different from the style? The daily standup meeting? The Sprint is a. It's a valuable length of time. You could be one day, one week, one month, depending on the plan. What is being developed will require entail more or less effort.
The idea is to give a fixed amount of time to develop a functionality.
We've seen the product.
The idea of also sprints is to prevent all the influences from the east interfering until the spring is complete.
Another is the backlog. The backlog
is a tabulated list off requirements, but they are expressed as a prioritized list of items. If you remember where we've seen, schedules cost an execution where you break down activities and you change them in the sequence.
Um, the backlog is very similar in that says,
and where the top priorities the ones that we will take the most time the ones that will require more, more resource is the one that have more dependencies or that is dependent. That is the pendency off. Other activities are taking care off sooner
Another is the burned down chart, which we may have heard off.
The burned out chart is basically ah, comparison off the plan Work versus the executed work in this night is not about time is not about Miss Ali. Money
is about the relationship of where we want to be
and where we are. Actually, yet
it is. Give us is gonna give us a realistic view off how well we are progressing in terms of our time frame.
So in this lesson, we have learned a bit about the yeah JAL framework.
The difference is between scram and Camden and how they both could work together to help make projects more feet efficient as well as effective.
And finally, the different components the primary components off a scrum approach.
Thank you so much. Looking forward to see you in our next lesson.