Initial Backlog Creation Discussion. Technical Literacy - Part 4
Exploring technical conversations during Initial Product Backlog Creation.
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What We've Covered So Far
In our "Technical Literacy for Scrum Masters" series, I've been walking you through the technical discussions that happen in the early stages of a project. So far, we've explored various facets of the Kickoff meeting and beyond. Topics we’ve unpacked include:
Technical Deep Dive
Tech Stack Discussion
Risk Assessment Discussion
These posts have helped us understand the technical side and how teams make decisions at the start of a project.
In this post, we're shifting our focus to the crucial stage of the "Initial Backlog Creation" This is where the groundwork for the project's product backlog begins.
Overview of the Series
To make it easy for you to follow along, here's a list of all the topics in our series:
Initial backlog creation meeting ← This Post
First Sprint Planning meeting
Let's start with the Initial Backlog Creation. I'll show you the technical discussions and decisions that lay the foundation for the iFoodTruck app.