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timebox

In agile software development, a timebox is a defined period of time during which a task must be accomplished. Timeboxes are commonly used to manage software development risk. Development teams are repeatedly tasked with producing a releasable improvement to software, timeboxed to a specific number of weeks.

This was last updated in March 2008

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