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Discussion in 'Agile and Scrum' started by Sandeep Souche(4802), Jan 11, 2020.
Discussion thread meant for group started ASM LVC on 11 Jan 2020.
HI and Thanks for making the forum.
Thank you for yesterday's lesson. I could only imagine how hard must have been for you not feeling completely well and teach the lessons. Your effort and commitment are outstanding.
Coming back to yesterday's teachings, I don't seem to understand the difference between Release planning and Sprint planning. Specially, when is the duration of the sprint agreed? If during release we prioritize and set the estimates, what it is done in planning? .
I don't know if my grammar is good enough to make myself understandable, but these concepts are puzzling me and I seem to get stock in this point.
Minimally Viable Product
•Create a JIRA account: https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/try
•Download the JIRA Project Files archive from lms.simplilearn.com
•Read the project description and create a backlog
oSegregate stories and epics
•Create a project in JIRA
•Enter the backlog (at least the main portal) and enter into JIRA (take a screenshot)
•Create 3 sprints of 1 week duration and assign stories to them
•Start one of the sprints and take screenshots of the Scrum board
•Move stories (drag and drop) across the scrum board and take screenshots
•Put the screenshots and some basic information in a Word document
•Submit the document on LMS
I am trying to upload the project file with no success. After the progress bar finishes, I press submit the project, I get this error. Can you please help!
Could you please share a high level relationship between Epic, Product back log and Sprint backlog.
Hi! I just realized one of the requirements for the project is to have a mock daily scrum daily and move stories across columns in the active sprint board.
Unfortunately, I got really sick on Monday (and had signed up for JIRA last Sunday). I wasn't able to work on this project until yesterday, and start a spring today...but my JIRA expires on 1/26. Therefore, I started my sprint for 1/20 and made the end date 1/25, and just "assumed" that we didn't move any stories from "to do" for a few days until today.
Is this okay? If I had more time in JIRA outside of the expiration, then I wouldn't have resorted to this. Please let me know!
JIRA project file.