Take your software development projects to the next level with this 3-day Agile project management course. Using a combination of lecture, hands-on activities, and team-based exercises, you will get an overview of developing software using the Scrum framework. Learn how Scrum supports software development and get hands-on experience using the Application Lifecycle Management tools found in Microsoft Visual Studio 2013. See how the fusion of Scrum + Visual Studio can enable a high-performance Scrum Development Team.
Managers, developers, architects, and testers who need to ensure that the entire process of creating a software application runs as smoothly and predictably as possible. Anyone wanting to know more about Scrum, experience working in an Agile way, or explore the ALM tools in Visual Studio. Technical as well as non-technical professionals, managers and developers will benefit from this class.
Some project management and software development experience, either as a team member or as a project manager, is preferred but not required. Experience using Visual Studio is helpful but also not required. Prior to class you should download and read the latest Scrum Guide.
This module introduces Scrum and the Scrum framework.
This module introduces the impediments facing Scrum adoption.
This module identifies the common Scrum Challenges and dysfunctions keeping teams from be successful.
This modules introduces ALM and the ALM tools in Visual Studio.
This module describes the purpose and features of a team project, including how to create and configure one.
This module introduces the Scrum-specific process template that will be used by Scrum Teams using Visual Studio.
This module demonstrates how Visual Studio supports Scrum’s artifacts and related tasks.
This module covers the version control support in Team Foundation Server and how a Scrum Development Team can use it effectively.
This module introduces Team Foundation Build and how to configure and use it to automatically build and test the software application being developed.
This course was designed by Richard Hundhausen, a Visual Studio ALM MVP, Microsoft Regional Director, and an experienced software developer and trainer. For more information about his company, or to see other courses that they offer, visit www.accentient.com.