Scrum

SCRUM for TEAM AWESOME – GREEN
The Agile Process:
1. Inputs from Team, Customer, Managers, Executives, etc.

2. PRODUCT OWNER: creates a Prioritized list of what is required
a. Product Backlog: STORY: Who will conduct operation/What will be doing/Why? Most important to less important. What brings value to the business

3. SPRINT: basic unit of development time
a. Team selects starting at top as much as it can commit to deliver by the end of Sprint
b. Team knows its velocity and amount of work per sprint

4. DAILY STANDUP MEETINGS: (15 minutes or less)
a. What’s completed
b. Intend to complete
c. Impediments

5. SCRUM MASTER:
a. Helps ensure success of the project
b. Removes impediments
c. Aids decision making
d. Supports the team in any way possible

6. SPRINT REVIEW: (Sprint demo) IMPROVE THE PRODUCT
a. Show accomplishments
b. Client sees results
c. Client provides feedback

7. SPRINT RETROSPRECTIVE: Goal is to IMPROVE THE TEAM
a. Brings success and failure
b. Develop Action Items
c. Empowers teams to be successful
i. Improvements driven by the team

8. Cycle back to SPRINT PLANNING:
a. Finished Work


SCRUM for TEAM AWESOME
1. PRODUCT OWNER: creates a Prioritized list of what is required
a. Product Backlog: STORY: Who will conduct operation/What will be doing/Why? Most important to less important. What brings value to the business
Product Backlog
Develop & Redesign Website (Using Google Sites)
Advertisement and information hub
Informative pages Related to the Competition
o Updates: Status Competition
o Submit their Program
Developing a workable rough draft of the initial website requirements
Required information and details about the expected user experience

Redesign Plan 
Team Awesome proposes to develop and redesign an existing website for the client, Dr. Sam Joseph. 
The website will act as the advertisement and information hub for the annual “Funniest Computer Ever” competition the client is hosting. 
The competition involves computer programs that tell jokes and perform stand-up comedy. 
The website will require informative pages related to the competition including
o Updates on the status of the competition,
o Area where users can submit their programs to be judged.
On a technical level, this project will involve using:
o Google’s CMS, Google Sites, to develop the website. 
o Manual or WYSIWYG editing of HTML and CSS are expected to be a significant portion of this project.
o Additionally, appropriate graphical and textual content must be found or created for this website. 
o Collaboration and communication tools such as Skype and Blackboard may also be used during development.
Expected first steps will focus on the goal of developing a workable rough draft of the initial website requirements.
o These requirements will be obtained through interviewing the client and asking specific questions regarding the purpose and intent of the website
o Required information and details about the expected user experience.
o Once the draft is in place:
Design and development will begin using an iterative process such as a smaller-scale Scrum methodology.
Obtaining these requirements is expected to go smoothly.

2. Estimating Available Hours:

Sprint Length

Team Member Available Days During Sprint Available Hours Per Day Total Available Hours During Sprint
Blaine Bautista
Joseph Gefroh
Jose Siu

3. Sprint Backlog:
Hours of Work Remaining on Each Day of the Sprint
Backlog Item Task Task Owner Initial Estimate Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Day 9 Day 10
Develop & Redesign Website Design "Home" Page  
Design "Competition Rules" Page  
Design "Related Competition" Page  
Design "News Feed" Part  
Design "Submit Bot" Page  
Design "Contact Us" Page  
Design "About Us" page  
Total 50 48 44 43  

4. Burndown Chart

 

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