The Certified Agile Practitioner and Agile Developer Certification training course combines the traditional Certified Scrum Practitioner course with hands-on labs, executing a Scrum project designed to give you in-depth experience with Object-oriented analysis, design, and development.
At the end of the course, you will have both the Certified Scrum Practitioner and Certified Scrum Developer certificates, allowing you to hit the ground running. The trainers will be on-site through the entire class, coaching and mentoring you to make sure you get the most out of the training. You will be placed on a team, and experience the execution of a successful project using the Scrum Framework, good Object-oriented development practices, and selected practices from eXtreme Programming (XP).
This course requires you to have 3-6 months programming experience; some exposure to Agile is helpful.
- Understand the fundamentals of Agile and Scrum
- Know techniques for decomposing work to develop functionality within a sprint
- Be able to collaborate with business representatives to plan projects, releases, and sprints
- Know how to code using Test-driven Development techniques
- Be able to apply good Object-oriented development practices, to ensure code is maintainable and extensible
- Understand all of the practices associates of Scrum, as well as Scrum reporting
What You'll Learn
In the Certified Agile Practitioner and Agile Developer Certification training course you’ll learn:
- Certified Scrum Practitioner course
- Scrum Development Cycle Lab
- Scrum Team Role Definition
- Product Backlog Maintenance
- Taskboard Maintenance
- Velocity Calculation
- Developing Working, Demonstrable Software
- Scrum Framework Utilization
- Utilizing Test-driven Development Practices
- Scrum Project Problems
- Missing Team Members
- Technical Discussions During Daily Standup
- Technical Problems During Sprints
- Scrum Framework Activities
- Sprint Planning
- Story Reviews
- Task Development
- Taskboard Establishment
- Sprint Review
- Sprint Retrospective
- Daily Wrap-up
Meet Your Instructor
Julian first touched fingers to keypunch in 1972, punching Fortran code onto cards at Imperial College in London (England, that is) and soon moved onto Macro-11 programming on PDP-11s. This qualifies him as a Real Programmer, and until recently, he even had a PDP-11 in his garage at home to remind him of better times.
He learnt Fortran while becoming a geologist at Imperial College, but he has never practised in the rock business, as he succumbed to the...