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    Poker session in Agile How it works ?

    Hi

    I am working on agile model and ,want to know how poker session work , who all participate in poker session and is it to estimate time required for sprint including development and testing ?

    can anyone explain with an example

    Thanks
    Shashank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashankg008 View Post
    Hi

    I am working on agile model and ,want to know how poker session work , who all participate in poker session and is it to estimate time required for sprint including development and testing ?

    can anyone explain with an example

    Thanks
    Shashank
    Pretty simple, you pick 1 story, and mark it as a keystone (usually a past story that was completed as a team). That story becomes an 8.

    Everyone votes, the low and the high cards will argue their points, and repeat until you converge on an estimate. Some get impatient and just end up averaging after 2 or 3 rounds.

    The idea is you get input from *everybody*, and everyone is estimating on the entire story, everything it takes to complete the story. Ideally you'll track time it takes to do the story and compare it with the estimates and get a Beta. This Beta is how you measure how mature and consistent your process is. Management can use Beta to estimate how risky a project is, based on the team's beta and the amount of points an epic is.
    David Lai
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