Join Shashi Shekhar for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Agile Software Development.
- This course is designed primarily for software developers that are interested in learning agile concepts. The term software developer is not confined to coders, and includes anybody that contributes to software development, including members of the business or product teams. You don't need any specific experience with software development, but being a part of any software development team might be helpful. This course is a mile wide and an inch deep. It briefly covers a lot of topics.
Throughout the course, I'll provide practical examples from a fictional agile team that is building software products for a fitness club. I will also include a quick view of several software tools that facilitate the effective execution of agile projects, and I'll mix theory with implementation examples throughout. I have also included worksheets and additional resources as course handouts. You can download these documents to support your understanding of agile concepts.
- Agile principles
- Scrum roles, artifacts, and rules
- Common myths and misconceptions about agile approaches
- Agile software engineering techniques
- Extreme programming (XP) and test-driven development (TDD)
- Kanban for developers
- Limiting work in progress (WIP)
- Scaling the output of agile teams
Skill Level Beginner
Agile at Work: Building Your Agile Teamwith Doug Rose1h 4m Intermediate
DevOps Foundations: Lean and Agilewith Ernest Mueller1h 26m Beginner
What you should know1m 2s
1. Agile Fundamentals
2. Scrum: The Developer Perspective
3. Agile Software Engineering Techniques
4. Kanban for Developers
5. Scaling Agile
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