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Scrum: Novice to Ninja by M. David Green

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Chapter 7The Lifecycle of a Story

We've gone through scrum in detail, talking about the roles, rituals and artifacts necessary to keep a scrum team running smoothly. We've discussed the attitudes of the team members, and the concerns people have when coming into scrum. Now it's time to start looking at the actual scrum process.

To do that, let's start at the very beginning. In this chapter, we're going to meet a product owner, and learn how the idea for a change in an existing web and mobile product can go from general thoughts, to specific user expectations, to stories ready for the team to work on.

We've already started talking with the folks on the WithKittens team, and we're going to keep working with them. We'll discuss what the product ...

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