Agile Events, (formerly Agile Ceremonies), are several types of meetings prescribed within Agile frameworks.
A Code Review is a software quality assurance practice in which developers check each other’s code, usually before merging the code.
Lean Canvas is a very useful visual planning method.
Continuous Delivery is a practice that enables you to release new product changes to your customers at any given time.
A Product Backlog is a prioritized list of work.
Product Backlog Refinement
Product Backlog Refinement is an act when the Product Owner (PO) in collaboration with the Development Team prioritizes the backlog items and adds details and estimates.
A Bus Factor defines the number of developers that are vital to a project.
The Design Sprint is a five-phase process to get a tangible product prototype in a short period of time.
Kanban is an agile method similar to Scrum but it is less structured (no specific timeframe) and it is based on a list of items to do.
DevOps is a set of practices that combines the work of two teams: software development (Dev) and information technology operations (Ops).
Continuous Integration (CI) is a practice of integrating code changes on a daily basis.
An icebreaker is an activity or game designed to "break the ice" between attendees in a meeting.