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A Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum by Matthew Ganis, Steffan Surdek, Elizabeth Woodward

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Chapter 8. End of Sprint Reviews

Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I’ll remember; involve me and I’ll understand.

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The primary purpose of the Sprint Review meeting—also referred to as the demo meeting—is to assess whether the Scrum Team achieved the Sprint Goal (see Figure 8.1). The development team, Product Owner, ScrumMaster, and stakeholders take part in the Sprint Review to assess whether the Scrum Team met the Sprint Goal. They also discuss the work done during the Sprint to ensure that everyone is still in alignment with the overall goals for the project. Participants review working code and sometimes evidence that a suite of automated test cases passed or failed. The automated test cases show the software meets one or ...

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