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A developer identified a major technical issue during the daily scrum meeting. What should the team do? Should they continue working on current tasks, or help work on this new problem to fix it quickly? This is a question that many developers ask themselves, and there are pros and cons to both of those choices. In this blog post we will discuss how you can make an informed decision about what your team should do in these situations. – Benefits of continuing work on current tasks: the team will be able to finish their planned stories, which means they can make sprint goals. It also gives them a sense of accomplishment because at least some work is done and there’s something tangible for other teams or stakeholders (outside of your development team) to view as well. The downside of this option is that it may distract developers from fixing the problem altogether if they spend too much time working on new features in an attempt to avoid doing what needs to be done now. This could lead to more problems down the road when you don’t have enough help completing urgent issues like this one.. The benefits – Pros – Cons are listed below with bullet points and numbers corresponding respectively:

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