Scrum Development Cycle

The Scrum cycle breaks projects up into iterations called “sprints” that last for a couple of weeks to a month. At the end of each sprint we end up with a demonstrable portion of the project completed. These demonstration sessions allow everyone on the project team an opportunity to review, interact and provide feedback to the development team on the progress.

Key Benefits of a Scrum Development Cycle

  • Early review and interaction with the work product
  • Increased ability to identify issues early
  • Smaller more manageable units of testing
  • Easier communication and collaboration by the project team

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