Hi [Product Owner],
|Sprint in Review: ||[Sprint Number]|
|Sprint Goal: ||[Goal]|
|Sprint Duration: ||[Number of weeks]|
|Project: ||[Project Name]|
|Project Portal: ||[Link to project Portal]|
|Test Environment: ||[Link to test environment]|
|Product Owner: ||[Product Owner Name]|
(Optional as they may be in the to and CC)
Figure: Sprint Backlog from [Link to Sprint Backlog in Azure DevOps]
|24124 ||UI Improvements||Done||4|
|24112 ||Integrate Business Logic to MVC app ||Done||8|
|24097 ||Styling||Committed ||16|
As per https://rules.ssw.com.au/do-you-know-what-happens-at-a-sprint-retrospective-meeting, we review:
1. Sprint Burndown (a quick overview of the sprint)
- Figure: Sprint Burndown
2. Code Coverage (hopefully tests are increasing each sprint)
4. Burnup (for the release - the whole project, how are we tracking for the big picture?)
- Figure: Release Burnup
5. Production Deployments (How many times did we deploy to Production?)
- Figure: Deployments from Octopus Deploy
6. Application Health Overview Timeline (For the entire Sprint)
Did we have any failed experiments?
<insert details of any trial/error processes, and ensure all detail is captured as per https://rules.ssw.com.au/do-you-record-your-failures>
Did we need to invent any new solutions?
<insert details of any problems for which no solutions existed, and ensure detail is captured as per https://rules.ssw.com.au/do-you-record-your-research-under-the-pbi>
As part of our commitment to inspect and adapt as a team we conduct a Sprint Retrospective at the end of every Sprint. Here are the results of our Sprint Retrospective:
What went well?
<insert what went well from retro>
What didn’t go so well?
<insert what did not went well from retro>
What improvements will be made for the next Sprint?
<insert what improvements will be made for the next Sprint>
Definition of Ready
<insert the definition of Ready. Normally that the PBIs are Sized with Acceptance criteria added>
Definition of Done
<insert Definition of Done. Normally that it compiles, meets the acceptance criteria, and a test please has been sent if relevant>
<This is as per the rule: