Type: Hands-On Training
Duration: 2 days
Traditional software development can be a cumbersome process, dominated by uncertainty and risk. Agile and Scrum methods address this problem by promoting open collaboration and adaptability throughout the project life cycle. These methods focus on developing value-added software in short amounts of time. In this course, you learn how to apply Agile and Scrum techniques to manage software development projects.
The trainer is a Certified Scrum Master, and is now enjoying his role as a scrum consultant and trainer, helping companies move to a lean/agile approach such as Scrum, Kanban or Scrumban. Originally trained in Java, he is now working with PHP, C#, XUL and Facebook applications for one of the biggest web agencies in Asia. He has worked on projects for Asia and Europe with mostly co-located teams and mostly non-co-located Product Owners. He is a passionate believer that openness in communication between all parties (client, manager, developer) is the key to successful projects. He is a graduate of Sheffield Hallam University, England.
This Scrum training course is for project and program managers, software architects, systems analysts, team leaders, developers and anyone interested in applying Scrum and Agile methodologies.
Oct 23 - 24, 2017 (9:00am - 5:00pm)
“I like the exercises. This displayed what will happen on the real world.”
- Ramon Guerrero, Cambridge University Press
“Learning was fun. There was no boring topic. Activities also applied to real life scenarios & encouraged participation from attendees.”
- Mic Agcaoili, GMA New Media, Inc.
“The activities helped me learn and experience on hand about Scrum”
- Israel Q. Cabigas, goFLUENT Philippines, Inc.
“I like everything. All topics discussed are relevant.”
- Jeffrey Samson, Cambridge University Press
“The content was explained very well & was lowered to layman’s term for easier comprehension. The activities were great. It was really interactive.”
- Ryan Garcia, Smart Communications, Inc.
“The course achieved my objective - to understand & appreciate Scrum so I can adapt as a PO, a ScrumMaster or a team member. (The instructor is) very articulate & (has) good pacing in delivery of materials & exercises.”
- Susan Ping, Trend Micro Inc.
“Instructor is very knowledgeable of the topic. The activities are great help in understanding the subject.”
- Jun Castillo, Philippine Stock Exchange
“Activities are well presented that the theoretical topics are well understood.”
- Jamil Buergo, Pioneer Insurance