Planning an Agile Software Development Project

Agile Software Development    |    Beginner
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Discover how to plan an Agile software development project. In this course, you will study Agile iterations, planning, user stories, user roles, proxies, story points, and estimation. Learn to create, evaluate, and estimate a user story. See what is needed to create a release plan and identify project buffers for a given scenario. Notice how velocity impacts iteration plans. Find out what it means to have commitment-driven iteration plans. Consider Agile model driven development (AMDD) and activities common to the release planning phase of an Agile software development project. Examine Agile model features and how to implement them.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • identify the tasks to perform before executing iterations
    recognize additional approaches to Agile planning
    describe what an Agile user story is
    recognize the purpose of Agile user roles and proxies
    identify techniques for estimating Agile stories
    describe how to create an Agile user story
    describe how to evaluate an Agile user story
    describe how to estimate an Agile user story
    recognize how to create a release plan
  • identify project buffers in a given scenario
    list the steps in velocity-driven iteration planning
    recognize the activities of commitment-driven iteration planning
    complete activities common to the release planning phase of an Agile software development project
    complete activities common to the iteration planning phase of an Agile software development project
    identify features of Agile modeling
    describe how to implement Agile modeling
    recognize how Agile model driven development (AMDD) activities fit into the Agile software development process
    describe how to plan Agile software development projects

IN THIS COURSE