[stey at hohm]
Definition of Stay-At-Home
In swarming, a person who ‘stays with’ the Story, and probably works as the Story’s Coordinator. When working on Coding Stories, it is common to have a Coder as the Stay-At-Home in order to avoid context-switching.
Coders have a tough time context switching; that is, when they are buried deep in a piece of code and they have to come out to do something else, it then takes them awhile (sometimes a long while) to get back ‘into the code'. Therefore, one of the patterns of Swarming is the Stay-at-Home Coder pattern.
Cite This Term
"Stay-At-Home." ScrumDictionary.com. Accessed Apr 19, 2019. https://scrumdictionary.com/term/stay-at-home/.