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Release Demo

What is a Release Demo

Definition of Release Demo

A release demo showcases the latest pre-launch developments to a product or software project. Agile development teams tend to hold a release demo at the end of every iteration, designed to keep everyone involved up to speed with how each iteration is going, and how the project as a whole is progressing.

Release demos can be very small, just including a select bunch of stakeholders, or can include the entire organization, depending on the status of the project, the current iteration or the size of the team.

General FAQ

How can stakeholders use release demos?
Following a demo, stakeholders can provide feedback to the product owner and/or development team. Discussions can also take place to re-prioritize items in the product backlog if needed.
When do agile teams hold a release demo?
Typically an agile team will hold a release demo at the end of every product iteration.

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