Course Agile Development

In the course Agile Development participants learn the concepts, methods and practical techniques of Agile software development. In an Agile Development method, progress is measured on the basis of working products, features and prototypes. Not piles of paper but working software.

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  • Course Agile Development : Content

    Agile Intro

    The course Agile Development begins with a discussion of the origins of the term Agile with the creation of the Agile Manifesto by a number of software developers in 2001 in Utah.

    Agile Roles

    Attention is paid to roles and role identification in Agile, working in teams and reaching consensus. In Agile Development the emphasis is on direct communication, preferably as personal contact, instead of written reporting.


    Next it is discussed how the Agile development process is divided into short iterations to avoid risks. At the end of each iteration both the delivered product and the development process are assessed.

    User Stories

    The importance of user stories, estimates and planning in Agile are also covered in the course Agile development. The full cycle of a typical Agile development project is executed from writing a user story to its implementation and delivery.

    Planning and Metrics

    Finally it is treated how iterations in Agile development are planned and executed, what the place is of Daily Standups and how metrics can be applied to Agile development projects.

    Agile Teams

    During the course Agile Development participants work in teams and put Agile into practice through hands-on exercises that strengthen the understanding of the ins and outs of Agile development. At the end of the course Agile Development participants will have the practical knowledge needed to get started with Agile development.

  • Course Agile Development : Training

    Audience Agile Development Course

    Th3 course Agile Development is intended for developers, testers, project leaders and managers who want to gain knowledge about the design of an Agile software development process.

    Prerequisites Course Agile Development

    To join the course Agile Development no specific skills are required. General knowledge of system development is beneficial for a proper understanding.

    Realization Training Agile Development

    The theory is discussed on the basis of presentation slides. The steps in an Agile development process are practiced using short case studies. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.

    Certification Agile Development

    Participants receive an official certificate Agile Development after successful completion of the course.

    Course Agile Development
  • Course Agile Development : Modules

    Module 1 : Agile Intro

    Module 2 : Agile Roles

    Module 3 : Agile Teams

    Development Methodologies
    Agile Introduction
    Agile versus Waterfall
    History of Agile
    The Agile Manifesto
    Agile Methods
    Method Differences
    Including Feedback
    Iterative Development
    Role Overview
    Leadership in Agile
    Product Owner
    Team Lead
    Development Members
    User Roles for Stories
    User Roles for Requirements
    Domain Experts
    Self Organizing Teams
    Empowered Teams
    Team Dynamics
    Achieving Consensus
    Meeting Rules
    Team Charters
    Vision and Strategy
    Road Mapping
    Building the Product Backlog

    Module 4 : User Stories

    Module 5 : Estimation

    Module 6 : Planning

    User Story Parts
    Acceptation Criteria
    Why User Stories?
    Gathering Stories
    Requirements Gathering
    Writing User Stories
    Acceptation Criteria
    Story Mapping
    Intro Estimation
    Conventional Estimation Problems
    Function Point Analysis
    Agile Estimations
    Feature Estimation
    Story Points Estimations
    Free Planning
    Affinity Mapping
    Data Estimation with Velocity
    Release Planning Process
    Schedule Based Release Planning
    Scope Based Release Planning
    Keeping the Release Plan
    Iterative Planning
    Defining Done
    Capacity Planning
    Detailed Planning
    Planning for Chaos

    Module 7 : Iterations

    Module 8 : Metrics

    Planning Iterations
    Iteration Execution
    Three Themes of Iteration Execution
    Conducting Daily Standups
    Foul Team Smells
    Sprint Demo's
    Metrics and Reporting
    Cost of Metrics
    Traditional Metrics Problems
    Understanding Agile Metrics
    Effective Retrospectives
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