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- Backlog RefinementProduct Backlog Refinement (formerly known as "Product Backlog Grooming") is a session during which the Scrum Team (Developers, Product Owner,(...)
- Behaviour Driven Development [BDD]Behaviour Driven Development (or BDD) is an approach that gets team members to collaborate on describing the behaviours of the user story or product(...)
- BottlenecksA bottleneck is a constraint that slows the delivery of value in our system. That is awfully abstract language, so let’s provide an example from everyday(...)
- BugsResource Links: 0 Bugs Policy The #1 bug predictor is not technical, it's organizational complexity Bug Prediction Tool from Google Bug(...)
- BurndownsBurndown charts graph work remaining vs time. They were originally used for tracking work in Sprints and across releases. Sprint Burndowns that track(...)
- Business Analyst in ScrumIn traditional approaches, the Business Analyst gathers the requirements months or years ahead of the team. Clearly that doesn't work in an Agile world.(...)