How to apply the guidelines to your software projects
There are case studies included in the guidelines with examples of how to apply the eligibility criteria to your software projects but they are fairly generic with the guidelines translating into an agile project with multiple short-duration sprints.
In terms of the sprints, the same principle applies that you need to review the technical aspects of the work, not the function or feature being developed. In agile development language, each sprint has a story that describes the feature to be created, so reviewing at this level isn’t beneficial to your claim. In addition, each sprint covers a very small part of a bigger project and can contain minimal technical input. We suggest reviewing at a level above these sprints during your eligibility assessment, to ensure you review the broader enhancement being developed - quite often, this next level up is called an EPIC.