Many teams that adopt Agile will tend to initially focus on adopting the Scrum practices of Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and Retrospective. The only problem is these practices will not help on the engineering side of the house.
The goal of Agile Engineering Best Practices training course is to take a team (Developers, DBAs, Analysts, Testers, Deployers, Architects) through a journey of Agile Engineering Practices founded from methods such as XP, FDD and pure common sense architectural patterns we have always known. This Course covers in detail some of the XP practices, in addition to topics such as User Centric Design, Agile Architecture, Agile Database Design, Daily Builds and Code Check-ins, using Mock Data, and some on Automated Testing.
By attending Agile Engineering Best Practices workshop, delegates will learn:
- Test Driven Development
- Simple Design
- Pair Programming
- Agile Testing
- Short Releases
- Collective Ownership
Developers, Analysts, Testers, DBAs, Architects, Development Managers and perhaps Project Managers/Scrum Masters who want to improve engineering practices in their team.