What is Scrum?2:53 with Matt Anthes-Washburn
The Scrum methodology is an agile model consisting of a well-defined framework for carrying out software development in teams. This course, teaches the “who,” “what,” “when,” “where,” and “why” of Scrum.
Stakeholder is someone outside the Scrum team who has a say in what the product should be, such as a manager, client, or customer
Product Owner is the “voice of the customer” and is responsible for developing, maintaining, and prioritizing the items in the product backlog.
Scrum Master is responsible for making sure the work of the team goes smoothly by facilitating Scrum and removing impediments.
Development Team Members are the members of the team who write and test code.
The Scrum Guide: The Definitive Guide to Scrum See: The Definition of Scrum , by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland
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