Scrum Framework explained
Agile for small teams.
Lean Startup is a methodology which is a much faster, better and iterative approach for building and launching products into the market which is known to be far more effective compared to the traditional waterfall model of product development.
Today most companies use design sprint to cut down unneccessary risks while launching any new products, services or while introducing new features in the market. This process is time-constrained and may be divided into five phases which has been conceptualized by Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky and Braden Kowitz and now widely used across different industries. The main purpose of this approach is to assist the team in setting their goals clearly, validating key assumptions and also planning a product roadmap, before working on the code. Design sprint is similar to the Agile approach, where the key focus is on learning early and having shorter development cycles with lesser durations that typically lasts for a week.
5 Phases of a Design Sprint
Design process typically takes about 5 days and comprises of the following steps. While each step represents one day of intense collaboration.
Context Driven Testing
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Rational Unified Process
Unify software processes