Zomato — Agile approach for product development

Introduction to Agile Methodology

  • Vision
  • Inception of new idea
  • Market Research
  • Planning
  • Design
  • Execution & Development
  • Monitoring and controlling
  • Deployment
  • Sustainance

What is Agile?

  1. Individual and team interactions over processes and tools
  2. Working software over comprehensive documentation
  3. Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  4. Responding to change over following a plan
Scrum Framework
  1. Product Owner — This person communicates with various stakeholders, creates and maintains product backlog, and works to maximize the ROI on the product.
  2. Scrum Master — A role orthogonal to Product Owner, this person helps the team achieve the task and build long term sustainability. He is a coach for the team.
  3. Developers — Everyone else on the team is called a developer, irrespective of their qualifications, expertise, and work.
  4. Product Backlog — This is an artifact created by the Product Owner. This contains all the requirements in the form of user stories. These stories will someday become a part of the working software.
  5. Sprint — It is a time-boxed period in which the team accepts some user stories given by the Product Owner and works to convert them to working software at the end of it.
  6. Sprint Backlog — Top priority items from the Product Backlog that the team will work upon in the sprint are put in the Sprint Backlog. These stories will ideally become the working software at the end of the current race.

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