IT488 Unit 2 ritter dillon evaluation.docx - IT488 Unit 2 Peer Evaluation Rating Form(Due at the end of the unit Your name Team name Dillon Ritter

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IT488 Unit 2 Peer Evaluation Rating Form (Due at the end of the unit) Your name: Dillon Ritter Team name: Midwest Developers Instructions: Rate each member, including yourself, on how often, over the course of this unit's work, he or she met the criterion of a substantive contribution to each of the areas indicated. Your evaluations of others will remain confidential. Submitting this assessment is not optional, as it carries points towards the assignment grade. Failure to submit the evaluation will result in the loss of all peer evaluation points for the assignment, even if the rest of the team has evaluated your work. In addition you will get no points for the entire assignment. The evaluation is due at the same time as the assignment document. Do not combine these documents; simply submit both. The assignment PDF explains the required document naming conventions. In the event that the student has not submitted his or her evaluation of the team, no points are awarded to the
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Unformatted text preview: overall assignment, as stated above. Use the following scale to rate each member of your Scrum team (and yourself) for this week's work: 0 = Seldom 1 = Sometimes 2 = Usually 3 = Nearly Always 4 = Always Joseph High Tanner Logan Ryan Switzer Your name 1. Participated in group discussions using an appropriate team collaboration platform. 4 4 4 4 2. Contributed to the formation of the team; scrum team roles and responsibilities discussed and established. 4 4 4 4 3. Demarcated the proposed software product to build close to a final version. 4 4 4 4 4. Evidenced knowledge about the proposed language(s) and platform. 4 4 4 4 5. Demonstrated knowledge about scrum methodology for the software product development life cycle. 4 4 4 4 6. Helped to keep the group focused on tasks and submitted individual contributions on time (met deadlines) 4 4 4 4 Total Points: Add each column for individual's total score (maximum = 24) 24 24 24 24...
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