Which of the following are true about the length of the Sprint?

Which of the following are true about the length of the Sprint? (Choose two.)
A. The length of the Sprint should be proportional to the work that is done in between Sprints.
B. It is best to have Sprints of consistent length throughout a development effort.
C. Sprint length is determined during Sprint Planning, and should hold the time it will take to code the planned features in the upcoming Sprint, but does not include time for any testing.
D. Sprint length is determined during Sprint Planning, and should be long enough to make sure the Development Team can deliver what is to be accomplished in the upcoming Sprint.
E. All Sprints must be 1 month or less.

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7 thoughts on “Which of the following are true about the length of the Sprint?

  1. C & D are wrong, Best place in my opinion to decide on Sprint Length is at any time and could also at the very first Sprint Planning , Once you are at Sprint Planning, the Sprint has already begun, and the length should already have been set, so I’ll go with B and E

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