Don't Know What a Scrum Master Does? Find Out in Agile Glossary

John Storts
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10 Elements to Look for to Identify Agile Enterprise Integration Software

If you're assigned to a software development project described as using "agile methods" and you don't know that "epics" don't just refer to works by Dante or Milton, that sprints aren't always for runners, what timeboxes are or that "planning poker" isn't something to be saved for leisurely weekend nights, then you should take a look at the Agile Glossary uploaded by AccuRev.


This glossary defines over 70 commonly used terms related to agile software development processes, including:

  • Software Configuration Management (SCM)
  • Kanban
  • Collocation
  • Burndown and Burnup Charts


AccuRev's handy glossary proves handy for educating team members at the outset of a first agile project.


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