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Discussion in 'Agile and Scrum' started by Sandeep Souche(4802), Mar 16, 2019.
Use this discussion thread for the PMI-ACP batch started 16th March
Hello All, Can you share the sprint planning sessions and its experience?
Name: Mai-Wah Cheung
Experience: Have been practicing Agile/ SCRUM since 2011
Target for PMI-ACP: want to get PMI-ACP certification
Hobbies and Interests: Travel, Painting, Yoga, Writing, Coaching
Expectation: Hope to pass the certification after taking the class
For all the reference books on Scrum, written by any author, the source is the Scrum guide. Similarly for lean / Kanban do we have any such guide - which is as simple as scrum guide rather running into several 100 of pages
Any specific book to practice domain wise questions/or topic wise Question for Exam
Question. You said Sprint Demo and Sprint Review are same.
As per scrum.org blog: "The Sprint Review is more than just a Demo. The Sprint Review is a place to discuss the marketplace changes, examine the completed Sprint as an event, update the release schedule, discuss the Product Backlog and the possible focus for the next Sprint. This is where the dialog between the Scrum Team and the stakeholders takes place and feedback on product Increment is obtained."
I also feel the same, that's why I asked. I also tell the team not to just do a demo and finish but see the overall release schedule progress, see how we are doing on Product Backlog. Can you clarify from an exam standpoint which is the right version?
Could you go over this sample question in class today?
Hi sandeep, Can you please post the steps from Project perspective as we discussed in the last call?
Sandeep, in our last class you said you would post an overview of the project. I am not able to find it, could you point me in the correct direction.
Minimally viable project for PMI-ACP course.
1. Download the JIRA project files
2. Understand the backlog for the main portal and classify into epics and stories (feel free to add/modify stories based on your understanding)
3. Create a trial instance of JIRA (go to https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/try)
4. Create a project in JIRA
5. Enter the backlog (epics and stories) for the main portal into JIRA. Take a screenshot of the backlog.
6. Create 2 or 3 sprints and assign some stories to respective sprints.
7. Start Sprint-1(1 week duration). Take a screenshot of the scrum board with all stories in To-do
8. Move some stories to Doing and Done. Take few screenshots.
9. Create a word document with the screenshots and add some basic information (your name, email address, project name, etc.).
10. Submit at lms.simplilearn.com. That's it!
See the project file attached - in case you have not been able to download.
Good evening. I wanted to reach out and see how quickly the projects will be graded. I submitted my project Friday late night. Thanks again. I found the course so informative. I aim fairly new to agile, so I learned more about agile than I new. Best wishes.
The projects get evaluated within 24 hours of the submission.
Thanks & Regards
Global Teaching Assistant
Sandeep can you please share some project files for referring purpose on firstname.lastname@example.org?