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  • Having a great idea is just the start, implementation and execution are key. Improve your chances of success by using Agile development methodology and support your efforts with the right tools: Jira and Jira Agile (formerly GreenHopper). This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Time Management, Project Quality Management, Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management.

  • Learn techniques for reflecting and improving with your family using Family vNext, the system based on agile methods the Starr family has evolved over 9 years of using agile practices at home. Borrowing from inspirations as diverse as computer programming, Winston Churchill, astronauts, contemporary organizational dynamics, and lava lamps, the Starrs provide a look into a world where familes face the inevitable change of today's life together, and get chores done in the process.

  • This course is much different than most of the other courses in the Pluralsight library. As a course focused purely on software methodology and team processes, it doesn't contain any coding demos or samples for download. This course is a great way to introduce Agile Software Development practices to your team or organization. In addition to learning Scrum, students learn effective techniques for managing Agile teams and projects. Students and teams come away with a solid foundation to begin executing their first Scrum Sprint.This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, Project Time Management, Project Quality Management, Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management.

  • Agile Estimation by Stephen Forte

    We’re agile, so we don’t have to estimate and have no deadlines, right? Wrong! This course will dive into the problem with estimation in projects today and then a complete overview of the concept of agile estimation and the notion of re-estimation. We’ll learn about user stories, story points, planning poker , product backlog, team velocity, how to apply them all to estimation and iterative re-estimation. We will then take an alternative approach and look at using real metrics to limit the guesswork in estimating and still run a team that produces predictably and reliably. The course will round out with a discussion on how to “sell” the concept of Agile Estimation in various environments such as consulting or fixed cost projects. Upon completion of this course you will be able to perform Agile Estimation in your organization. This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Planning. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Scope Management, Project Time Management.

  • Agile Release Management by Jan-Erik Sandberg

    In this course you will learn how to establish a product life cycle using agile release management. You will be taken through all the necessary steps including transition from a less than agile world, enterprise and release planning, mapping of roles and stakeholder management. This course is targeted towards agile practitioners in managing roles. This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Planning, Executing, Closing. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Time Management, Project Human Resource Management.

  • Kanban development With Jira Agile is aimed to provide a smooth, quick, and easy path for developers and IT personnel to adopt Kanban within their organization. If you are already familiar with Kanban, this course will provide a great addition to your toolset: Jira Agile. But if you are not, Kanban is a great solution to development ADD (attention deficit disorder), corporate lack of focus, and company multitasking plague.

  • This course will help you take the guess work out of estimating your projects. Are you afraid of making estimates? You are not alone. Do you know why making quality estimates and tracking actuals is so important? Learn the importance of accurate estimating and how that skill will help you define and manage your customers' expectations. Discover the difference between 'ideal time' and 'elapsed time,' and why your estimates need to encompass both. Learn the anatomy of an estimate along with lean and agile techniques to make your life easier. Come learn some great tools and techniques you can begin using your first day back on the job.

  • Learning To Program - Being A Better Programmer by Iris Classon & Scott Allen

    This course is designed to help you become a better developer by giving you specific tips, tricks, and strategies to help you improve not only your software skills but your career. In this course we’ll use real life examples and discuss how to create a personal development plan with attainable goals. We’ll also look at how to create a culture of continuous learning in the workplace and how to persuade an employer to encourage learning. The course is here to convince, inspire, and educate, as well as give you the tools and techniques to reach higher.

  • Software Process Management by Gregory Knight

    One of the most basic aspects of software engineering is an understanding of the software development process. This course on Software Process Management lays the foundation for a study in software engineering by examining several popular models for software development. The course begins with a study of the software lifecycle, and then introduces several of the most popular and widely-used models for software development, beginning with the most fundamental and working through to the more advanced. After covering these models, the course examines quality as it relates to the overall process of software development, and discusses the ways software configuration management can be used to improve quality.

  • Scrum is arguably the dominant Agile Methodology, and it's well-supported by Team Foundation Server 2013. This course will show you how you can use the Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio to run your Scrum projects and teams with an emphasis on "real world" Scrum. Areas of focus will including planning, maintaining situational awareness, staying focused on Working Software through automation, and Scrum in the Enterprise.

  • Do you love the idea of capturing customer requirements with lightweight user stories rather than formal requirements documents? Of course you do, but many teams find that while the idea of user stories sounds great, they struggle to create effective user stories that are truly useful for communicating between themselves and their customer. In this course, we'll learn concrete strategies for creating lightweight user stories that truly capture our customer's needs, as well as tips for avoiding the most common pitfalls that many teams fall into when they first begin working with user stories.

  • Learn how to use the TestStack tools to ensure the right features are being built. Increase the clarity of communication within the development team and between the team and customer. Produce living documentation by executing the specifications of the system and help to find defects sooner. Automate Web sites and WPF application UIs.

  • If you have doubts choosing which methodology to use, this course will give you a comparison of Kanban and Scrum, making your choice easier. By watching this course you will learn how to take the best of both, Scrum and Kanban, and how to make a winning combination for your team and project. This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Executing, Monitoring and Controlling. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Time Management.

  • Scrum Fundamentals by David Starr

    This course introduces the business case for Scrum, the core Scrum framework, and and the raw ingredients for bootstrapping Scrum in your organization. Later modules discuss personal tips and insights from David's years of experience using, teaching, and coaching Scrum. This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, Closing. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Scope Management, Project Time Management, Project Quality Management, Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management.

  • A guide to the process used in a successful software startup, including a thorough explanation of the Customer Development process and why it is superior to the traditional product development process.

  • Kanban Fundamentals by Steve Smith

    Kanban is a set of principles that can be applied to processes to improve their flow and reduce waste. In this course, Steve demonstrates the basic principles and concepts of kanban and applies them at the individual and team level. This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, Project Time Management, Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management.