This Learning Path includes Scrum Fundamentals LiveLessons, Advanced Scrum LiveLessons, and Lean Principles for Scrum LiveLessons.
- Familiarity with the basics of software development projects.
Scrum Fundamentals LiveLessons provides helpful insight into the history of Agile and how its values and principles can focus teams on consistently delivering quality products that immediately add customer value. It covers the complete Scrum framework from project initiation and executing Sprints to delivering a product increment.
Many teams adopting Scrum struggle with how to manage requirements and integrate their quality assurance efforts into their Agile processes. Advanced Scrum LiveLessons provides a deep dive into both of these areas, exploring how to apply the values and principles of Agile and Scrum to avoid common pitfalls.
For companies that have implemented Scrum, applying Lean will amplify their Scrum implementations and development cycles.Lean Principles of Scrum LiveLessons will demonstrate how to apply Lean methods to Scrum.
Part I of this LiveLessons course covers Lean and Kanban principles and patterns to provide learners a solid understanding for where Lean came from and an overview of its various principles.
Part II of this course concentrates on taking what was learned in Part 1 and integrating those principles into a Scrum implementation.
About the Instructor
Tommy Norman is the Agile Practice Lead at the Holland Square Group in Nashville, TN. For over 17 years he has been helping clients build solutions using both Agile and traditional approaches as a CSM/CSP Scrum Alliance (https://www.scrumalliance.org), PSM I Scrum.org, and a 6 year recipient of Microsoft's MVP award in Application Lifecycle Management http://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/MVP/Tommy%20Norman-4025029. Tommy is the coordinator for the Agile Nashville User Group http://agilenashville.com/ and a contributor to InformIt.com http://www.informit.com/authors/bio/d6c00a09-c490-4784-849c-e9d3e30a4cd5" and Safari Books Online, as well as a frequent speaker at regional and national events. He blogs about Agile and ALM at www.tommynorman.com and rambles about most everything on Twitter as https://twitter.com/tommynorman @tommynorman.
About LiveLessons Video Training
The LiveLessons Video Training series publishes hundreds of hands-on, expert-led video tutorials covering a wide selection of technology topics designed to teach you the skills you need to succeed. This professional and personal technology video series features world-leading author instructors published by your trusted technology brands: Addison-Wesley, Cisco Press, IBM Press, Pearson IT Certification, Prentice Hall, Sams, and Que. Topics include IT Certification, Programming, Web Development, Mobile Development, Home and Office Technologies, Business and Management, and more. View all LiveLessons on InformIT at: http://www.informit.com/livelessons
Table of contents
- Lesson 1: History of Agile
- Lesson 2: Agile Concepts
- Lesson 3: Scrum Overview
- Lesson 4: Getting a Scrum Project Started
- Lesson 5: Executing the Sprint
- Lesson 6: Ending the Sprint
- Part I: Managing Requirements in Scrum
- Lesson 1: Principles of Requirements Management
- Lesson 2: User Stories
- Lesson 3: Gathering User Stories
- Lesson 4: Managing the Product Backlog
- Lesson 5: Tests as Self Validating Requirements
- Lesson 6: Documentation
- Part II: Quality Assurance in Scrum
- Lesson 7: Principles of Quality Assurance
- Lesson 8: Quality Elements in User Stories
- Lesson 9: Writing/Storing Test Cases
- Lesson 10: Testing During the Sprint
- Lesson 11: Test Automation
- Lesson 12: Manual Testing
- Lesson 13: Regression Testing
- Lesson 14: QA and Production Support
- PART I: Lean and Kanban Principles and Practices
- Lesson 1: History of Lean
- Lesson 2: Principles of Lean Software Development
- Lesson 3: Kanban Core Properties and Principles
- Lesson 4: Lean Product Development
- Lesson 5: Comparing Lean and Scrum
- PART II: Applying Lean Principles to Scrum
- Lesson 6: Making Work Visible
- Lesson 7: Workflow Optimization
- Lesson 8: Moving to Continuous Delivery
- Lesson 9: Taking an Economic View
- Lesson 10: Real World Examples
- Title: Learning Path: Scrum Practitioner
- Release date: August 2016
- Publisher(s): Addison-Wesley Professional
- ISBN: 0134664841
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