An Agile Spree

At the heart of Agile is flexibility. This is designed into sprints that are intended to account for changes rolled into subsequent sprints.

But, think of an overall backlog. A high level estimation will yield a given number of sprints. This structure actually is not very flexible at all. Unless, of course, each sprint has time allocated for reviewing, testing, and bug fixing. This is a slippery slope; a more substantial change can really throw off a sprint. So, how do you address the issue of quality?

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