We looked at how the Scrum Team regularly attends Scrum Events in Chapter 4, Scrum Events, as part of a constant inspection and adaptation cycle. These Scrum Events involve creating, reviewing, and modifying certain artifacts; namely, the Product Backlog, the Sprint Backlog, and the Product Increment.
In this chapter, we are going to examine these artifacts in greater detail. We will learn how to add value to the development process by undertaking certain commitments through artifact creation. We will learn how to capture requirements in the Product Backlog as user stories by using the three Cs and INVEST, as well as features, using impact mapping. Additionally, we will find out how to refine the Product Backlog, create a Sprint Backlog, and create a Definition of Done.
We will cover the following topics in this chapter:
- Understanding the value of Scrum Artifacts
- Creating and managing the Product Backlog
- Creating and managing the Sprint...