Scrum - An Introductory Course To Agile
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Scrum - An Introductory Course To Agile

Become more productive developing software by learning the basics of SCRUM, the most popular Agile Framework
3.7 (51 ratings)
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682 students enrolled
Last updated 7/2013
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  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn SCRUM Foundations
  • Learn to Write Good User Stories
  • Understand Definition of DONE
  • Learn how to build effective teams
Course content
Expand all 13 lectures 01:48:45
+ Foundations
8 lectures 01:15:32
This lecture gives you information about  the scrum process, essence of scrum and main roles
Preview 12:29
Agile Manifesto is presented and also the values that stands behind Scrum framework
SCRUM Foundations
07:09
The main artifacts that are used into framework are presented here like: product backlog, sprint backlog and burn-down chart
SCRUM Artifacts
10:30
Take this presentation and you'll find information regarding roles in Scrum framework and the relations between them
SCRUM Roles
13:42
This presentation is about all the scrum events that are taking place into the project.
Sprint Meetings
10:52
This unit is describing the process of planning and estimating(estimating techniques) and all the roles implied
Planning and Estimating
08:15
Take this presentation and you'll know what an User Sory is, presentation of the six attributes that an User Story should have and the specific writing techniques
How to Write Good User Stories
06:01
In this lecture are presented characteristics and criteria for Definition of Done and the four levels of Done
Understanding Definition of DONE
06:34
+ Teams
2 lectures 21:33
You'll find the answers to the importance of team morale and the refactor Scrum standup questions
How SCRUM contribute to Team Morale
08:56
This presentation is the answer to the question: what is technical excellence and how it is applied in organizations ?
Technical Excellence
12:37
+ Bonus Section
1 lecture 09:47
Descriptions of some of the best practices that you should apply into your organization.
Some of the Best Practices in SCRUM
09:47
+ Wrapping Up
1 lecture 00:16
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00:16
Requirements
  • Basic understanding of how software is produced
  • Understanding of Waterfall approach
  • Understanding of Incremental and Iterative process
Description

The business world and the IT world are both faced with changes on a large scale. Companies try to respond by cutting costs and hunkering down, but that just risks letting the world pass them by. At the same time, the IT world is trying to figure out how to cope with a torrent of change caused by cloud computing, SaaS, social media and consumer IT devices like iPhone, Android, IPad

Looks like it’s time to get agile and reinvent ourselves!

Scrum, the most popular of the Agile methods, is a management framework within which complex products can be developed. Scrum is derived from work in knowledge management, complex adaptive systems and empirical process control theory. It contains influences from observed software development patterns and the Theory of Constraints.

Scrum provides a platform for people to work together effectively and to make visible every problem that gets in their way.

Many people say that they find it hard to know how to get started with Scrum. Others have teams that are following some Agile practices, yet are far from becoming hyper-productive.

This course intend to reveal, beside basic methodology foundations and principles, a way to do better Scrum.

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Who this course is for:
  • Software Developers
  • Software Architects
  • Quality Assurance Testers
  • Technical Team Leaders
  • Project Managers