A Day at SPAN

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Get Alive...

9.15 a.m.

Morning Scrum Meeting for 15 minutes gets alive with simple but serious questions:
“What did you do the Day Before for the target?”
“What is your Plan for Today for the target?”
“Are there any impediments in your way to the target?”

As per Plan...

9.30 a.m.

The developer moves for the day's task as per dev-plan after fixing up the technical plan with the seniors. The tester continues from smoke testing of the previous day’s evening build and goes about with functional testing, detailed testing and preparing for the upcoming release. The designer gets ready with the mock-up for the day-release with the support of the content writer.

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Rush for the bats...

11.00 a.m.

The first break with play and tea would leave the mind free for the tasks ahead.

Good to Go...

11.20 p.m.

The developer does code review and works towards the internal demo for the afternoon release. The tester adds new scenarios for the upcoming release. The design with content is given final touch for the mid-day release.

Launch and Lunch...

1 p.m.

The mid-day release is smoke-tested before re-energizing the body and mind during the lunch break.


2.00 p.m.

The developer fixes bugs of the last build to execute tasks towards the evening release. The tester has the mid-day release to get occupied with the tasks for quality. The designer/content writer get ready with their tasks for the evening-release.

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Break..? Come Again..?

5.00 p.m.

The post-lunch break throws tiredness out with play and tea. As the developer fine-tunes the code, gets ready for the internal demo of the evening build, the tester would get ready with the bug-status of the mid-day release. The design and content move towards best-fits for the evening release.

To Market...

7.00 p.m.

The evening release is smoke-tested and the day formally ends. But the ending would depend on the progress made in the current sprint, the functionality getting ready, the awaiting product release. The tasks of the digital marketing team are parallel to the development/testing/designing task in building the home site creatively for new user-pathways for the product

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