Definition of Cadence:
Cadence describes a sequence or rhythm of events or tasks in a project and creates a pattern for the team to follow to understand what they are doing and when they will be done with it.
Use of Cadence:
Agile teams strive to achieve such a cadence in their projects. In Scrum, for example, there are iterations of a set length called sprints that usually last a week or two. They allow the team to deliver software with a regular rhythm. In Kanban, Cadence is the continuous flow of work.
Advantages of Cadence:
- Creates order and a rhythm.
- The performance of the team is increased.
- The team can deliver software on a regular basis.