Agile Scrum Development Methodology

About The Course Agile Development has taken the Software Development industry by force over the past several years. Agile Development Methodologies focus on customer satisfaction, and increased team dynamics and human interactions. Agile allows development teams to adapt to changes easily which is an important aspect of Software Development in today’s day and age. Agile Development is the methodology of the future, and an increasing number of organizations are adapting to this innovative development methodology! There are many different flavors or types of Agile Development, the most popular being Scrum. Scrum is an Agile Development Framework that Product Owners can use to streamline their development processes. Agile Scrum is a process framework that is used to manage complex product development. Over 70% of organizations have currently adopted the Scrum Framework for Software Development. There are many benefits of implementing Scrum including higher productivity, better quality products, happier employees, and increased stakeholder satisfaction. The Agile Scrum Development Methodology course is designed to make students experts in Agile Development, specifically in a Scrum environment. There are many different aspects of Scrum all of which will be discussed in great detail using Real-World Business Cases as examples. Students will learn how testing is done in a Scrum environment and exactly what to expect on their first day as a Scrum Team member. At the end of the course, students will be able to communicate effectively about various Scrum Components and Activities.   Learning Outcomes:  Understanding of Agile Scrum Development  Specialized Skill Set in Scrum Quality Assurance  Proficiency in actively participating in Scrum Events and Meetings  Ability to effectively implement Scrum Rules The course is for 3 days and spans 12 Hours. Various instructional methods will be used based on the type of learning outcomes. The training method would be completely interactive and participative. Students will receive course materials which will be discussed during class.  Who Should Attend: Participants who have some experience in the Software Testing and Development field Participants who have attended training in Software Development Lifecycle and ALM Participants should have an understanding of Software Development Lifecycle and Development methodologies. And understanding of Quality Assurance practices is also recommended. Course Delivery: The course will be delivered using formal lectures combined with interactive case studies and exercises. There will be a great emphasis on gaining practical experiences.

Day One

  • Basics of Agile Development Methodology
  • Scrum Framework Overview
  • Basics of Scrum Development Methodology
  • Class Discussion

Day Two

  •  Scrum Ceremonies
    • Sprint Planning
    • Daily Scrum
    • Sprint Review
    • Sprint Retrospective
    • Backlog Refinement (Backlog Grooming)
  • Definition of Done
  • Class Discussion

Day Three

  • Scrum Documentation and Charts
    • Product Backlog
    • Product Backlog Refinement
    • Sprint Backlog
    • Sprint Progress
    • Burn Down Charts
    • To-Do and Done Charts
  • Class Discussion
  • Content Review