• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

The Agile methodology has become dominant in the software development scene over the last decade, as it allows organizations to deliver software faster than traditional methods while being flexible enough to accommodate ever-changing requirements.

In this course, you'll learn the steps of the software development life cycle and the roles and responsibilities of a software development team, and the various software test methods.

you'll learn the Agile software development methodology, the steps of the Agile, and the Agile artifacts.

you'll also learn how to identify how Agile differs from the Waterfall methodology, and learn about the CI/CD process and how it relates to Agile.

And finally, you'll learn best practices for transitioning a traditional software development team to Agile.

Learning Objectives

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Framework Connections

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