The Objectives of this Course are:
Understand the difference between Waterfall and Agile Software Development
Define the Roles and Responsibilities of an Agile Development Team
Get to know the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) from beginning to end
Internalize the importance of regular Customer Testing and adapting your Product accordingly
We will be covering 3 key themes:
Theme 1 – Software Development Project Management Approach: Waterfall vs Agile
Waterfall and Agile are the most prevalent methodologies of processes. Waterfall is a sequential methodology where tasks are handled in a mostly linear process. Agile, on the other hand, is an iterative methodology which incorporates an iterative and collaborative process. Selecting the right methodology for your projects will depend on preference and the nature of each project. We will have a look at both.
Theme 2 – Your Agile Cross–Functional Software Development Team
The Agile cross–functional team is comprised of the Scrum Master, Product Owner, Developers, Business Analyst, and Designers, to name just a few. They all come with a minimum definition of responsibilities and accountability to allow teams to effectively deliver work. Her we will have a more detailed look at each of them, without forgetting the crucial emphasis on your Customer.
Specification: Agile Project Management: How to build anything Digital