A Sprint Review is an informal meeting and an event of the scrum framework where the development team demonstrate the changes that was worked on during the sprint and will determine which was completed and which isn’t.
The Sprint Review is held right after the end of the sprint and can last up to four hours for a one-month sprint and the Scrum Master will remind everyone to keep it in the time-box.
Attendees of this meeting includes:
- Scrum Master
- Product Owner
- Development Team
The outcome of the Sprint Review will determine the adjustments needed on the product backlog items for the next sprint as well as the overall product backlog.
A Sprint Retrospective (see: What is a Sprint Retrospective?) comes after the Sprint Review.
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