Agile methodologies have transformed the way teams work, and how software is built. Agile puts the focus on working in small steps, delivering regularly, considering the customer a collaborator, and focusing on the product over projects. This is enabled through techniques such as Test-Driven Development, Evolutionary Design, Pair/Mob Programming, and Continuous Integration.
At Edument, we’re familiar with all of these techniques. We also understand that agile is really about people. We know from experience that success does not come from simply telling people to write tests, setting up a build server, and having a morning standup. Rather, it’s about enabling individuals to interact in positive ways, and removing roadblocks in the way of their doing great work. Join a course and benefit from the lessons we’ve learned.
Courses in Agile Methods
Scrum is the most widely spread agile framework, and almost standard in the IT business. Learn the agile foundation for Scrum and how to work better with Scrum. The course will prepare you for certification (PSM I) according to Scrum.org
In this one day workshop we will practice simulated scrum in a team setting. We will learn some more about the different events in scrum and get some insights into effective facilitation. Above all, we will discuss and share experiences from real life implementations of scrum.
In 2010 Jurgen Appelo released the Book Management 3.0 and has made success all over the world. Jurgen is ranked as one of the most influential people in leadership and agile. Jurgen himself describes itself as a "creative networker".
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