- I like the idea, except in a cross-functional team, you expect everyone, or at least not a single person to be involved in the completion of a story. There sMessage 1 of 6 , Jul 18, 2010View SourceI like the idea, except in a cross-functional team, you expect everyone, or at least not a single person to be involved in the completion of a story.There's been quotes of "hyper-productivity" in this list before when teams "swarm" on stories, working as a unit to bring them to completion.Still the hot-seat thing is great. I myself tend to have team members alternate as the demo host every iteration (we work wih 1 week sprints)Regards,
Alexandre M. Reis
On Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 7:42 AM, Anuerin Diaz <ramfree17@...> wrote:
We actually let the person(s) who did the user story demonstrate it.
It is their "time to shine" and it gives them a sense of
In order to do this all of the completed stories and test data are
prepared in a single computer that is used for the demo. The machine
then becomes a hot-seat wherein a member who just finished the demo
just slides out while introducing the next member. If we have some
extra time before the sprint demo then we perform a dry run.
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