Your Scrum definition of Done

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While Scrum is easy in theory and hard in practice, I wanted to hear your definition of Done; i.e. what are the gates (unit test, code coverage > 80%, code reviews, load tests, perf.test, functional tests, etc.) your product has to go through before you can label the product "Done"
Apr 12, 2022 in PMP by Edureka
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This is the Scrum Team's definition of "Done," which is used to determine when work on the product increment is complete. In a nutshell, DoD is the Scrum Team's shared knowledge of what it takes to make a Product Increment releasable. DONE equates to releasable.

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answered Apr 13, 2022 by gaurav
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edited Jun 27, 2023 by Khan Sarfaraz

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