Constructing Done Criteria to Promote Quality
Done criteria are clearly stated conditions that a user story must meet for the functionality to be deemed complete and shippable for release. Done criteria supports the Agile principle of technical excellence, by which team members apply continuous attention to engineering practices and techniques focused on building a quality product.
Done criteria set the tone and create a habit on what it means to be done. These criteria should b...
- CHAPTER 20: Constructing Done Criteria to Promote Quality
- from Being Agile: Your Roadmap to Successful Adoption of Agile
- Publisher: Apress
- Released: October 2013
One of the more critical planning activities that every agile organization must undertake is defining clear criteria that determine whether or not a specific user story is done. In contrast to the waterfall approach, the definition of “done” in an agile approach involves testing.
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