A Sprint in Scrum is not an Iteration


When I talk with fellow developers new to Scrum, I often hear a fundamental misunderstanding about Sprints. These colleagues  are normally used to Waterfall or RUP methodologies. As a consequence, they think of Sprints as very short repetitions of the following phases: requirements (planning meeting), design, implementation, test (sprint review as acceptance).
And this is completely wrong!
Let me tell you why.

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