The Agile Product Backlog in Scrum is a prioritized features list, containing short descriptions of all functionality desired in the product which is collated by Product Owner. The highest priority features are collected into a Release Backlog, from which smaller still Sprint Backlog is created, with each Sprint delivering a working product to the customer, increasing functionality incrementally.
The Backlog is documented following the format of user stories. A client requirement is formatted: As a <WHO>, I want to <WHAT>, so that <WHY>.
Each of these roles perform "Scrum Ceremonies", a defined set of actions done in an organised, cyclic manner to achieve success for the engagement.
We had a great experience with Net Solutions and would readily recommend it to our friends and colleagues who are building start-ups. The team was resilient and worked effectively with our agile/parallel sprints methodology. The programmers were very good, project management was very efficient and QC team was thorough. Our experience with designing was also great.
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