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What is Sprint?

A sprint is a condensed period of time during which a scrum team works to complete a specific amount of work. Scrum and agile approaches are built around sprints, and getting sprints right can help your agile team ship better products with fewer issues.

A product is created using scrum through a series of sprints that break down large, complex projects into manageable chunks. Sprints make projects more manageable, allowing teams to provide high-quality work faster and more frequently while also allowing them to adapt to change.

Also, See: Scrum Master

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