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This Agile training covers the basics of Agile and Scrum methodology, roles and artifacts. Learn the Agile and Scrum basics through this Free online training. This is an online self-learning course and can be accessed through desktops, mobile and even tablets.
This Scrum training is designed as a starting course, which you can use to prepare for Certified Agile Business Analyst designations from APMG, iSQI and EXIN.
This course will cover basics of Agile and Scrum methodology, its need and various aspects of Scrum.
This Agile training is available as self-paced online course and can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
Burn down and burn up charts are two visual mechanisms for knowing about project progress. These charts have become popular in recent years, primarily because of Agile methodologies like SCRUM. Scrum does recommend burn down charts as a mechanism to track project progress. But it does not mention burn up charts. However, these charts can be used in any kind of project.
Agile is probably one of the most used words. Organizations are convinced that adopting Agile approach to software development will lead to better results as far as software projects are concerned. But are we really going in the right direction? In this article, we have discussed top 4 myths about the adoption of Agile methodologies:
Abhishek Srivastava is a seasoned IT professional with diverse experience in Banking, Insurance,
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In the past, he has been associated with companies like Mastek and 3i Infotech Ltd (erstwhile ICICI Infotech Ltd).
An NIT (Erstwhile REC)/IIM Kozhikode graduate, now as an entrepreneur, he is pursuing his dream of creating an organization for providing quality training in the fields of Business Analysis & Automation Testing. His other areas of interest are Business Analysis consulting and taking guest lecture at engineering and management colleges.