Agile Bootcamp

Introduction 

Agilocity’s agile bootcamp is the perfect introduction to lean and agile for groups. The bootcamp is comprised of a healthy mix of theory with experiential learning activities built into the course. We use a real project in class to expose learners to the creative energy unleashed in agile project execution.

During the bootcamp we look at two of the most popular frameworks, Scrum and Kanban.

Agile Bootcamp Learning Objectives

Agile in a Nutshell

  • Agile Teams
  • How are Agile projects different?
  • What makes a team perform well?
  • Typical Agile roles
  • Forming teams

User Stories

• Historical document requirements
• Agile requirements – User stories
• Hosting a story writing workshop

Estimation

• Agile estimation technique
• Planning Poker

Planning

• Why static planning doesn’t work with complex product development
• The Agile plan
• Backlog refinement
• Flexing on Scope
• Your first plan
• The burndown chart
• Sprint planning

The Iteration

• How do you deliver value every two weeks?
• The Agile iteration
• How the iteration unfolds
• Iteration Ceremonies

Kanban

• An alternative to Scrum
• Kanban uses

Visual Workspace

• Collocation
• Information radiators
• Open communication
• Creativity
• Collaboration

Software Engineering

• Unit testing
• Refactoring
• Test driven development
• Continuous integration
• Continuous deployment

Duration

The bootcamp takes place over a recommended two days. 

Group Size

Minimum 8 people and maximum 20 people per bootcamp. 

Location

This bootcamp is held on-site at companies only.

Cost

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