This is so common in the community and many experienced practitioner unfortunately falls into this category.
“We must have a Sprint Goal that relates to all items in the Sprint Backlog.”
In the early days of software development, there used to be separate teams of Development, Testing, Design, etc with a different scope of tasks to perform. I started my career as a Test Automation developer back in 2011. During my initial months, another developer and I were asked by our Test Lead to design a smoke and regression automation suite. The standard was 6 Test Cases(TC) designs per day per developer. The management decided the number based on the number of TCs and the number of people, not on the basis of other parameters like the complexity of TCs.
The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. — Socrates
Yes, that is how I started my journey towards PSM 2. Learning and re-learning the same things and validating understanding through reliable sources.
Professional Scrum Master 2 certification provided by Scrum.org and is considered to be the advanced level. I prefer to gain this badge through extensive reading and from experience. Hope it would help you in achieving your badge. Listing down the sources, I was following during my preparation:
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“Scrum Guide doesn’t prescribe to use any estimation technique, like Poker planning, magic estimation, story points, focus factor, dirty hours, T-shirt and persondays. Scrum only establishes some rules of the game around estimates and gives the teams freedom of choice on what estimation technique to use”.
Then Why we discuss a lot about Bug/Defect estimation in our Agile Project/ Agile Product development?
In this blog, I will share my experience on Bug Estimation while working with different Scrum Teams and what would be a good approach to Bug estimation.
Let's take an example to understand it better, during the release…
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Being a QA professional or aspiring QA professionals, you should focus on below-mentioned aspects:
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