The Three Amigos meeting in Agile is a collaborative meeting between three key stakeholders involved in delivering a user story or feature. The Three Amigos are usually the Business Analyst, Developer, and Tester. The purpose of the meeting is to ensure that everyone is on the same page with the requirements of the user story and to identify any potential issues or misunderstandings before development begins.
During the meeting, the Three Amigos review the user story and discuss its requirements and acceptance criteria. They also discuss any potential edge cases or scenarios that might not be covered by the user story. The Business Analyst provides the context and business requirements, the Developer identifies technical challenges and feasibility, and the Tester brings in the testing perspective.
The Three Amigos meeting is an opportunity to clarify any ambiguities, identify any gaps or inconsistencies in the user story, and ensure that the entire team has a shared understanding of what needs to be done. This collaborative approach helps to reduce the risk of misunderstandings, rework, and delays in delivering a high-quality product or feature.
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