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Agile Software Development: Agile Development Life Cycle

Agile Software Development: Agile Development Life Cycle


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Overview/Description

In this course, you will explore the differences between the Agile process and the waterfall method and examine the steps involved in the basic Agile project management process. Begin this 14-video course by learning how the Agile process applies to project management and how it differs from the waterfall method. Then discover the steps involved in the basic Agile project management process; examine the manager's role in a self-organizing team; and identify roles and responsibilities of Agile team members. Delve into best practices when transitioning from traditional software project management to Agile; identify how to build strong Agile teams; and look at methods and technologies for promoting Agile collaboration within teams. You will recognize Agile project management artifacts, and the types of Agile management tools with examples of each. Learners can explore the Agile lifecycle; the significance of continuous integration by using the Agile process; and learn about Agile assessments and how to migrate an organization to the Agile methodology. To conclude the course, learners follow an exercise involving understanding Agile project management practices.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.4

Lesson Objectives

Agile Software Development: Agile Development Life Cycle

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe how the Agile process applies to project management and how it is different from the waterfall method
  • describe the steps involved in the basic Agile project management process
  • describe the manager's role in a self-organizing team
  • identify the roles and responsibilities of Agile team members
  • recognize best practices when transitioning from traditional software project management to Agile
  • identify how to build strong Agile teams
  • describe methods and technologies for promoting Agile collaboration within teams
  • identify and describe Agile project management artifacts
  • identify the types of Agile management tools and provide examples of each tool type
  • identify the steps in the Agile life cycle
  • identify the significance of continuous integration using the Agile process
  • describe Agile assessments and how to migrate an organization to the Agile methodology
  • describe Agile project management, team member roles and responsibilities, the significance of continuous integration, Agile assessment, and migrating to an Agile environment
  • Course Number:
    it_pmapsddj_01_enus

    Expertise Level
    Expert