Scrum is an agile structure that is often used to test software and make the development process more collaborative and efficient. It encourages development that is both gradual and incremental, with a focus on making high-quality software. Here’s a quick overview of how Scrum is used in software testing:
Scrum is based on a self-organizing, cross-functional team made up of a product owner, a Scrum master, and members of the development team. The product owner speaks for the customer and is in charge of describing and ranking the product backlog, which is a list of features and improvements that the customer wants.
On the other hand, it’s up to the development team to turn the things in the product backlog into pieces of working software that could be shipped. The team works in small chunks of time called “sprints,” which usually last between one and four weeks.
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