6527Re: [scrumdevelopment] Completeness definition
- Mar 3, 2005
> > >I beg to differ. But I guess that is purely philosohpical. To me it is
> > > This is the sort of stuff I can live with and makes sense. I *have*
> > > wondered about the "Code has been refactored" requirement. What if
> > > code is well factored to start with? Do we always need to refactor?
> > >
> > Refactoring is a big part of Scrum and test driven development in my
> Scrum defines no engineering practices. That is not to say that
> refactoring or TDD isn't important, it is just not part of Scrum.
part of Scrum because scrum does define a methodology that leads to
certain processes. Maybe one could argue that it is more part of test
driven development than scrum. But then again, who cares :)
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