Managing Projects Using Visual Studio 2013 and Scrum

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Take your software development projects to the next level with this 3-day Agile project management training class. Using a combination of lecture, hands-on activities, and team-based exercises, you will get an overview of developing software using the Scrum framework. Learn how Scrum supports software development and get hands-on experience using the Application Lifecycle Management tools found in Microsoft Visual Studio 2013. See how the fusion of Scrum + Visual Studio can enable a high-performance Scrum Development Team.

Managers, developers, architects, and testers who need to ensure that the entire process of creating a software application runs as smoothly and predictably as possible. Anyone wanting to know more about Scrum, experience working in an Agile way, or explore the ALM tools in Visual Studio. Technical as well as non-technical professionals, managers and developers will benefit from this class.

  1. Learn the Principles of Agile.
  2. Learn the Scrum framework.
  3. Learn scrum roles, events, and artifacts.
  4. Learn advanced Scrum topics.
  5. Learn relevant Visual Studio ALM tools.
  6. Learn visual Studio Scrum process template.
  7. Learn version Control strategies for a Scrum Team.
  8. Learn automating builds using Team Foundation Build.
  9. Learn to create relevant queries and reports.
  1. The Scrum Framework
    1. The Agile Manifesto
    2. The Scrum Guide
    3. Roles: Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development Team
    4. Events: Sprint, Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective
    5. Artifacts: Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Increment
    6. Activity: Scrum Simulation
  2. Change Is Hard
    1. Organizational Culture
    2. Management and Scrum
    3. Adoption Blockers
  3. Overcoming Dysfunction
    1. Common Issues
    2. Flaccid Scrum
    3. ScrumBut and ScrumAnd
    4. Dysfunction Case Studies
  4. Visual Studio ALM
    1. Application Lifecycle Management
    2. Visual Studio Versions, Editions, Components
    3. Team Foundation Server
    5. Overview
    6. Creating a Team Project
    7. Configuring a Team Project
    8. Configuring Security, Areas, Iterations, Alerts
  5. Visual Studio Scrum
    1. Overview
    2. Work Items
    3. Queries
    4. Reports
    5. Mapping Scrum to Visual Studio Scrum
  6. Managing Work in a Scrum Project
    1. Setting Up a New Release and Sprint
    2. Managing the Product Backlog
    3. Managing the Sprint Backlog
    4. Daily Activities
    5. Sprint Review and Retrospective
  7. Managing Change in a Scrum Project
    1. Team Foundation Version Control Overview
    2. Creating and Manage Workspaces
    3. Version Control Basics
    4. Shelving, Branching, and Merging
  8. Managing Builds in a Scrum Project
    1. Team Foundation Build Overview
    2. Creating a Build Definition
    3. Queuing a Build
    4. Running Tests Automatically
    5. Build Reports and Notifications
Class Materials

Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.

Class Prerequisites

Experience in the following is required for this Visual Studio class:

  • Some project management and software development experience, either as a team member or as a project manager, is preferred but not required.
  • Experience using Visual Studio is helpful but also not required.
  • Have read the Scrum Guide.
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