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Building the Agile Database: How to Build a Successful Application Using Agile Without Sacrificing Data Management by Larry Burns

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The Data Analyst and DBA attend the planning session for each Sprint (or at least a portion of it, as their time permits) to help identify the necessary data-related tasks for each user story being worked on during the Sprint, and provide an estimate of hours for each task.

One or both will probably also attend the Daily Scrum, a 15-minute stand-up meeting in which each member of the project team who is actively working on development tasks (including the Data Analyst and DBA) will answer three questions:

1)      What did you work on (and accomplish) yesterday?

2)      What are you going to work on (and accomplish) today?

3)      What obstacles or impediments are you facing?

The stand-up meeting provides a focus for the ...

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