The JetBrains Blog
Being Agile in Your Own Way: A Scrum Guide by the YouTrack Team
Six years ago, the YouTrack team started developing an Agile board in YouTrack (our issue tracker and agile project management tool). At JetBrains, dogfooding is one of the key principles of product development. So while building a tool for our customers that conformed to the main principles of an agile framework, we knew we had to experience Agile firsthand. That’s when we decided to adopt Scrum.
Our Sprint Retrospective
You’ve made it to our last episode in the How We Scrum series. In this installment, I’ll walk you through our sprint retrospective. To catch up on older posts in this series, check out the Introduction, Our Scrum Roles, Our Backlog, Our Approach to Estimation, Our Sprint Planning, The Sprint, and Our Sprint Demo Session. We consider the Sprint Retrospective to be a very important part our Scrum
The sixth installment of How We Scrum shows you how we execute a sprint. Previously in this series, we published an Introduction, Our Scrum Roles, Our Backlog, Our Approach to Estimation, and Our Sprint Planning. Our Scrum Board When the planning session is over, the Scrum Master drags the planned user stories from the backlog to the sprint board and creates the appropriate tasks for each story
Our Sprint Planning
This is the fifth episode in our How We Scrum series. This installment is devoted to our sprint planning. If you missed any of the previous posts, check out the Introduction, Our Scrum Roles, Our Backlog, and Our Approach to Estimation. The Sprint Planning event is an important part of our Scrum activities. We have planning sessions at the beginning of every two-week sprint. We get the whole te