The “Definition of Done” is a key topic in the Agile Development world. Since DevOps is deeply associated with attempts to become more Agile in the more general sense when it comes to delivering software, it is an important topic that we can learn from and contribute to.
Our meeting will be a themed “Lean Coffee” discussion focused around the “Definition of Done” as applied to things DevOps. Please come prepared to contribute to and learn from the discussion!
In case you dont want to Google it, here is some background information a good example definition from Scrum.org:
“The Definition of Done is usually a clear and concise list of requirements that a software Increment must adhere to for the team to call it complete. Until this list is satisfied, a product Increment is not done. During the Sprint Planning meeting, the Scrum Team develops or reconfirms its DoD, which enables the Development Team to know how much work to select for a given Sprint. Further, a common DoD helps to:
– Baseline progress on work items
– Enable transparency within the Scrum Team
– Expose work items that need attention
– Determine when an Increment is ready for release
The Definition of Done is not changed during a Sprint, but should change periodically between Sprints to reflect improvements the Development Team has made in its processes and capabilities to deliver software.
Speaker: Lean Coffee
Date/Time: 2/27/15 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Venue: BancVue, 4516 Seton Center Pkwy, Suite 300, Austin, TX 78759
To Register and for more info: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/15556366511.