Everything you need to kickstart, execute, and deliver your own Agile project.
This section will give you the clarity and insight necessary to adapt the Agile mindset and clearly explain Agile to others.
What makes the Agile team tick. Characteristics of good Agile teams. And how to find quality players.
In this session we break down what user stories are, how they work, what effective user stories look like for your project, and how to host great story gathering work shops.
By learning how to estimate the Agile way, you’ll stop trying to get something your up-front estimates can’t give (precision and accuracy) and instead focus on what really matters—building a plan you and your customer can believe in.
In this session, you’re going to learn how to create plans you can believe in and follow through on commitments you and your team make.
This session shows teams how to set the iterations up for success, breaks down what actually occurs during an iteration, and how to setup an agile communication plan for you and your team.
By learning how to create a visual workspace, you and the team will never be at a loss for what to do next or where you can add the greatest value.
Agile doesn’t work on planning alone. That would be wishful thinking. Only by applying these core software engineering practices can you reduce the time it takes to test, ensure your system is always production ready, and make changes at speed.
Designed for those new to Agile, this course gives students everything they need to get up to speed quickly on working the Agile way. Based on the book, The Agile Samurai, this course shows you:
Whether you are a programmer, business analyst, tester, UX designer, or Project Manager, this course gives you the fundamentals to start contributing on day one.
Check out these sample videos, then head on over to Udemy (where this course is hosted) to register there.