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A sprint is the basic unit of development in Scrum and Agile. Sprints last between one week and one month, and are a "timeboxed" (i.e. restricted to a specific duration) effort of a constant length.

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The extra detail (and the tasks associated with it) should be elucidated before Sprint Planning, during regular backlog grooming sessions. If you wait until Sprint Planning or later to define what … you will actually do to deliver a story you will be on the back foot already - what if you realise after you have started the Sprint that it is too much work to complete, or that there is a …
answered Oct 29 '17 by Baracus
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I have never heard of this. Story points are linear (otherwise it would be impossible to use them as a measure of velocity). However the scale is non-linear, to stop people arguing over whether someth …
answered Dec 10 '18 by Baracus