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Scrum team, planning work in 2 week increments, reacting fast to change, following best practices in research, planning, architecture and writing software. The team’s focus is on building great software, so we want them focused on what’s important.
- As a developer, I take on a new feature or bug that’s in the sprint and ready for development, and marks it as development in progress.
- Then I create a new branch off of develop, and do the work.
- Then commit one or more times, and mention #[Work Item Number] in the commit message, along with a description of what changed
- Once I consider the work complete and “tested” locally on my computer, I’ll push the branch, go into TFS and click the shortcut to create a PR
* develop is locked, so all changes have to enter via Pull Requests
- On the next page I’ll make sure everything looks good, by doing one more check of the changes in the code, and click Create
- Done and move on to greater things …