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What is a Definition of Done?
Definition of Done is a crucial element of a successful scrum software development. When defined and followed, makes sure that when someone says that a task is done. There is an explicit understanding what it means.
For completeness and integrity you would have 3 different definitions of done: for a User Story (a feature), for a Sprint and for a Release. This is also in line with the SCRUM Alliance recommendation.
A User Story Definition of Done
So, let’s pick the User Story DoD, and elaborate more. The User Story DoD’s Continue reading