Hey. It's me, Alexa, your Scrummy Master.
- Stores projects, team members, sprint deadlines
- Leads design meetings: adds user stories and tasks to Trello board. Also assigns user to task.
- Leads stand up meetings: takes attendance, reminds users of amount of incompleted tasks, ask each member scrum questions.
User: Alexa, launch scrum life Alexa: Hey, I’m Alexa, your scrum master. What project would you like to work on? For example, the project name is "the project" User: The project name is Alexa* Alexa: Would you like a stand up meeting or design meeting?
User: Design meeting Alexa: Excellent! I’m adding the first user story. What should it be called? User: The title is "scrum master" Alexa: I have added this to the product backlog. Now, who should we assign to this User Story? User: "Alexa" is assigned Alexa: I have assigned Alexa to this user story. Now, what task shall I add to this User Story? User: The task is "be scrummy" Alexa: Task added to user story. Would you like to add another task for this User Story? User: No Alexa: Okay, would you like to add another User Story? User: No Alexa: Okay, this meeting is over then. My emails read: "Alexa you're doing great sweetie." Have a nice day, and stay scrummy!
User: Stand up meeting Alexa: Great. It's time for the daily stand up. Let's take attendance. Amy? User: yes Alexa: Please say stand up routine to continue. User: stand up routine Alexa: You have 0 completed tasks. It is time for you to work. What did you do yesterday? Please start response with "yesterday" User: Yesterday I did nothing Alexa: What are you going to do today? User: hack amazon Alexa: Do you have any blockers? If no, please say "I do not have any" User: I do not have any Alexa: Next, please confirm your attendance, Elsa? User: no Alexa: Next, please confirm your attendance, ville? User: no Alexa: Okay. This meeting is over, then. My emails read: " + emails + "Have a nice day, and stay scrummy!
*Stores data on server: project name, sprint deadline, everyday standup meeting minutes *Stores user stories in trello