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This offering is a Hands-On workshop for students wishing to learn the principles and practices of an Agile project and “how” to carry out Agile practices. Its one-day format and 50/50 ratio of lecture to exercises is ideal for organizations on tight schedules and limited budgets.
This instructor-led course uses a “just in time” approach to introduce the essential practices pertaining to conducting an agile project. Students sit in table groups as a project team and work together to perform the essential, hands-on activities that all agile teams perform, including:
- Story writing
- Release planning
- Planning Poker estimation
- Sprint planning
- Allocation of stories to Sprint
- Producing burn up and burn down charts conducting retrospectives
- responding to changes in the release
By the End of the Course the student will know:
- The role in format of stories for initial agile requirement specification
- The core roles and responsibilities in an Agile release
- How to conduct an Agile estimation session
- How to plan a release Sprints and allocate stories to iterations
- When to introduce defect stories into a release
- How to repair burn charts and understand the information and team velocity
Prerequisites: Experience and requirements gathering or systems analysis is desirable but not mandatory.
Tools Needed: the students do not write or test code in the one-day workshop and computers are not used in the course.
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