A sprint is a short period of time (usually 1 or 2 weeks), which is the basic unit of development time in Agile, after which working software is delivered. The development team pulls requirements from a backlog of stories that have already been estimated and prioritised by the Product Owner, which are then developed into working software available for testing by the client. Before each sprint takes place, the development team will take part in a planning meeting to define ‘sprint goals’ i.e. which stories in the product backlog are included based on the priority set by the product owner.
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