The Professional Scrum Developer training course for .NET Developers and Architects focuses on getting teams to work together efficiently and with enthusiasm, using modern software engineering practices in conjunction with Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation Server. All of this is done as iterative incremental development within the Scrum framework.
PSD classes are heavily exercise-driven, with students working in self-organizing teams to develop “done” increments from a realistic product backlog.
As with all Scrum.org courses, the curriculum and materials are standardized and regularly enhanced through contributions …
Everything you always wanted to know about Scrum & Agile but were too busy to ask…
We’ve put together this free Scrum/Agile session to showcase the real benefits of Agile development, and also dispel some of the myths you might have heard…and not take all day about it.
This class has been tailored especially for people interested in harnessing the power of Agile
Join Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl as he introduces and demonstrates Scrum, answers your questions, and allows you to experience it yourself.
You will learn the rules of Scrum, including the roles, events, and artefacts. You will also see that while …
Our MVVM & Prism training course is aimed at existing WPF / .NET developers who are looking for ways to improve the User Interface development lifecycle.
We’ve seen a marked rise in interest around the holistic practice of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), as software development teams are being brought closer together with business process management. Team Foundation Server 2010 is Microsoft’s flagship platform for enterprise ALM – find out more here…
We’ve seen a marked rise in interest around the holistic practice of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), as software development teams are being brought closer together with business process management.
The tools available to govern, develop and maintain code have reached a much greater level of maturity and robustness – incorporating version control & code repository capabilities, test-driven development, continuous integration, through to bug-tracking, and more – and this is certainly true of Microsoft’s enterprise development platform, Team Foundation Server 2010 (TFS 2010).
The key message is one of collaboration and communication between all the stakeholders involved in getting your software product delivered.
And because TFS 2010 is built around Visual Studio and the .NET Framework, it will be instantly familiar to .NET developers.
Some of the key benefits of Team Foundation Server 2010:
- Agile Planning Tools – the Excel Agile Planning workbook enables teams to adopt and implement Agile development methodologies like SCRUM.
- Real-time reporting – allows for potential problems to be nipped in the bud
- Integration with Microsoft Project – keep the non-developer stakeholders happy with automated project status updates, and identify ways to improve business processes
- Synchronisation with Active Directory – simplifying the management of users / roles
- Unit Testing improvements – easier selection and definition of unit tests
- Code Repository – maintain control and boost collaboration between all parties with a central managed area for project artifacts.
- Build Automation – queuing and management of build jobs benefits from the customisable and flexible Windows Workflow Foundation
- Traceability – maintain standards of QA
Microsoft have improved the setup and scalability of Team Foundation Server, from a simplified wizard to guide small teams through the process of setup and installation, to full-on Network Load Balancing and 64-bit server support for large-scale enterprise rollout.
Our Team Foundation Server 2010 training course is designed to give software developers and architects intensive hands-on experience using the key tools and functionality, with Best Practices and real-world scenarios throughout.
Get in touch if you’d like to find out more!
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Learn to develop commercial Java web applications using the latest Spring Framework, through extensive hands-on labs and discussion, led by our expert Java instructor. As with all our courses, we’re happy for you to use this outline as a starting point for customised, on-site training. Pick and choose your preferred topics and give us a call to discuss how we can create a bespoke course for you. We’d love to hear about your project requirements, timescales, preferred platform / development environment, and also the current skill-level of the people who want to attend, so we can tailor the most relevant course for your needs.