Project Management: Scrum Framework for Software Development

SCRUM
  • 14 Videos | 47m 6s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
  • Certification PMI PDU
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In this 14-video course, learners will explore Agile and Scrum frameworks. Discover the importance of activities, artifacts, and roles in the Scrum framework, as well as the role of Scrum in test-driven development (TDD), and continuous integration. Begin by comparing the Agile and Scrum frameworks and how they relate to each other. Then take a look at roles and responsibilities of team members in the Scrum environment. Learn about Scrum activities and how they relate to the Scrum framework, and Scrum artifacts, and how they are part of the Scrum process. Examine advantages and pitfalls of the sprint planning process, and the sprint and product backlog, and how they work together. Next, explore the definition of Done, and what it means in the Scrum framework; delve into software architecture in the Scrum framework; and discover the best team collaboration practices by using the Scrum framework. Explore TDD and how it applies to Scrum; the process for refactoring using the Scrum framework; and finally, incorporating continuous integration into the Scrum process.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    compare the Agile and Scrum frameworks and describe how they relate to each other
    describe the roles and responsibilities of team members in the Scrum environment
    describe Scrum activities and how they relate to the Scrum framework
    describe the Scrum artifacts and how they are part of the Scrum process
    describe the advantages and pitfalls of the sprint planning process
    describe the sprint and the product backlog and how they work together
  • define what the Definition of Done means in the Scrum framework using examples
    describe software architecture in the Scrum framework
    describe the best team collaboration practices using the Scrum framework
    describe test-driven development and how it applies to Scrum
    describe the process for refactoring using the Scrum framework
    describe how to incorporate continuous integration into the Scrum process
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

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