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Definition of Sprint 3

The heart of the deliverables for this Sprint is the final system, which is to be delivered, both as source code and as an installed sytems on the client's platform of choice.

As in Sprint 2, the team should also submit the minutes of a Project Retrospective. As before, this comes in two parts. The first is where the team has demostrated the project to the Client and obtained feedback. The second part records the team's thoughts (without the Client) about how the project has gone.

 Group Submission: Each Team must submit:

  • Any documents (as required by the Client) for Sprint 3 to the client. At the very least the Team should supply an installation guide and a user guide (which can be in the same document).
  • Minutes of the Client Project Retrospective (copy to the Client) and the internal Project Retrospective. Both of these should be emailed to the Project Auditor. (The can be combined into a single document for convenience.)
  • An analysis of the time spent on different aspects of the project, particularly differences between planned with actual values. Show where those hours of toil went. This is really a distillation and analysis of the information that was included in your timesheets. Provide a brief explanation of any major variations between estimated and actual times. Perhaps indicate briefly how your estimates were constructed. The marks for the time analysis will not be based on how accurate your estimates were, but on the quality of the analysis and discussion about what you learnt from the process.

 Individual Submission: 

  • As in Sprint 2, in addition to your participation in the team submission, you must also submit a reflection on your experiences in the unit thus far. To guide you in this task, a template can be found here. Complete the form and:
    • Send the completed form to your Project Auditor.
    • Submit the completed form via cssubmit.
  • Complete the Group Relative Collegiality Computation. Don't forget to include yourself in the list. In this peer assessment, you will be awarded the median score across your Team.

Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering
The University of Western Australia

Last modified: July 17, 2018

Created by: Michael Wise