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Even more: Get everything out of the way you can. Your team has to know enough of the architecture and the technologies used so that you can assign them tasks that tell them what needs to be done, not how to do it.

In sprint planning I want to define tasks like this:

We need a new entity named <whatever> that has the following properties: (list), possibly some reference to the requirement documents.

Also, we need a data access object with data access methods to cover the following requirements: (another list of references to the requirements and possibly some elaborations)


No need to lose a word about how to do that, where to place these objects or what technologies to use. My boys know that before writing the first line of code and there probably will be more assignments like this coming their way.
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