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Agile Software Development

This course is going to equip you with many practical skills and techniques for organizing and prioritizing software development work.

About This Course

This course is going to equip you with many practical skills and techniques for organizing and prioritizing software development work.

This course features peer-reviewed assignments. As part of this learning community, you are both learner and evaluator. You will submit your own assignment work for review, and you will review the work of others that have submitted their assignments. As you follow the grading rubric provided, the process of evaluating the work of others will be a practical learning experience.

By the time you finish this course you will, for example, be proficient in developing work breakdown structures, and evaluating the critical path.

Course Staff

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Sergiy Minukhin

Professor of Information Systems Department KhNUE, Ph.D., associate professor. He has 112 methodological works and scientific articles. He is author of three monographs, 7 textbooks, including 4 with the stamp "Recommended Education of Ukraine." He prepared 2 candidates of economic sciences.

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Vladyslav Moskalenko

Vladyslav is master at Kharkiv National University of Economics and University Lyon 2 (France). He has 1 year professional programming experience on PHP in IT Company. He knows many programming metodology such as SCRUM, Agile, MSF etc. He is winner many competition in programming and project management. He knows English and French on intermediate level.

Plan of course

Introduction to Planning

Introduction To Planning

Uncertainty Space

Work Breakdown Structure

Estimates, Targets, and Commitments

Project Planning

Story Points

Velocity Estimates

Time Boxing

Gantt Charts

Release Plans

Iteration Planning

Estimating Task Time

Task Dependencies

CPM Chart

PERT Chart

Iteration Planning

Risk Planning

Anti-Patterns

Common Causes of Failure

Risk Assessment, Likelihood, and Impact

Risk Strategies, Contingency, Mitigation

Course Conclusion

Final test

  1. Course Number

    Agile001
  2. Classes Start

  3. Estimated Effort

    15
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