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Actual Percent Complete
The total number of sprint points completed divided by the total number of story points planned.
Buffer Sprint
Is a sprint in the last release of a project that allows the agile team to address any final finishing features.
Business Value Delivered Chart
A visual control used in Lean to represent the velocity of business solutions delivered. Typically consumed by the entire enterprise, and gives line of sight to velocity dashboard-type view of work management.
Continuous Integration
A risk mitigation technique requiring developers to continually integrate their work to verity that recent changes haven’t broken the code base.
Done Done
An XP term referring to code that is complete, tested and bug free, and can be released to the customer.
Don’t Repeat Yourself
A design concept used in code writing to help prevent duplication of code. It means that coding should be build in a cohesive and canonical way.
Feature-Driven Project
A project that we would probably like to release as soon as possible but for which we consider the completion of a set of features to be more important (as opposed to date-driven project).
Exploratory Testing
The process of testing Delivered or “done done” stories.
Hardening Sprint
A sprint dedicated to preparation for final roll-out of the product.
Health Checks
Questionnaires that can be used to find issues in a process and determine how well a team is adhering to Agile methods.
Last Responsible Moment
The moment at which failing to make a decision eliminates an important alternative.
Linear Feature
Are features which fall into the “more is better” category. If you have more linear features, the customer feels proportionately better.
Open Space Meeting
Is a self-organized meeting where the participants set the topic and agenda.
Project Data Sheet
To convey the essence, in terms of scope, schedule, and resources, of how a project will deliver on the project vision. Typical sections include: Identification, Elevator Statement, Customer Attributes, Customer Benefits, Feature/Ability to, Performance Attributes, Major Milestones, and Tradeoff Matrix.
Reciprocal Commitment
Refers to the team’s commitment to delivering some specified amount of functionality and the business’s commitment to not changing priorities during the sprint.
A task included in an iteration plan that is being undertaken specifically to gain knowledge or answer a question.
Synchronous Integration
The practice of confirming that the build and tests succeed before moving on to your next task.
Name the five values of XP Programming
Simplicity, Communication, Feedback, Courage, Respect.
Cumulative Floe Diagrams (CFDs)
Are valuable tools for tracking and forecasting agile projects. CFDs can help gain insight into project issues, cycle times, and likely completion dates.

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