Overview Agile and Scrum Methods
All projects start with a set of requirements. How you describe, document and express these requirements has a tremendous influence on the rest of the project's success.
This is a one-day class held at Penn State Great Valley in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia location - for location information, click here.
Date to be announced
SWENG 5165- 7 hours (.7 CEUs) (7 PDUs)
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fee: $695 (includes continental breakfast and lunch)
$25 per person discount for groups of three or more from the same company.
NOTE: To receive the discount, group members must register by phone.
Refund Policy - There will be no refunds after the Monday preceding the first day of class.
The Overview Agile and Scrum Methods course introduces participants to the framework and theories of Ken Schwaber's work on Successfully Implementing Complex and Partially Defined Software Development Projects. Ken Schwaber, along with Jeff Sutherland was the original creator of Scrum and his work provides the basis for this course. Training will include multiple simulations, exercises, and role plays.
Who Should Attend
This course is appropriate for all software team members, including project managers, team leads, development managers, product managers, architects, developers and testers, as well as executives like CIOs and CTOs. In addition to Software Engineers, Network and Hardware Administrators.
**This course meets part of the prerequisites for the Certified Scrum Developer (CSD®) course. Click here for details.
1. Where Agile fits into the Evolution of Systems Development Lifecycles (SDLCs)
2. Agile Methods overview
3. Agile Planning & Estimating
4. Acceptance Criteria (Definition of "done")
5. Basic Scrum Engine
6. Agile Software Engineering Practices
7. Scaling and Global Teams
8. Metrics and Project Control
Penn State is a Project Management Institute (PMI®) Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.). PMPs earn 7- Professional Development Units (PDUs).
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Students with disabilities
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