15899Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: How to get from Use-Cases to a Product Backlog?
- Aug 31, 2006Hello Kane:
Business Analysts have twin responsibilities or three responsibilities in the Sprints:
1. Work with Product Owner and Customer for next Sprint Use Cases
2. Work with the team to refine and discuss use cases [and write any that are missing that were not thought before]
3. Work with QA to define acceptance tests for next Sprint
QA for the sprint is done within the sprint. At the end working software is delivered - tested and accepted.
Kane Mar <kane_sfo@...> wrote:--- In scrumdevelopment@ yahoogroups. com, Vickydhiman <vickydhiman@ ...>
> Do you capture "ALL" the use-cases in Sprint "0"?
> We work with SCRUM and Use-Cases. However, we do the reverse. We
first make the product backlog. There are some basic specifications
[graphical Visio diagrams] + some short sentences at this stage.
> Then, we start with Sprint "0" which has client sign-off on
Use-Cases/ Test Cases for first sprint. During the second sprint -
the developers work on the actual value while the Product Owner works
with Analysts to write the Use-Cases for the next sprint.
So would I be correct in assuming that the PO and Analysts work one
Sprint ahead of the development team? How about testing? Do you do the
testing one sprint behind the developers?
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