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Agile Software Engineering

What skills do you need to deliver high-quality, software-centric solutions faster and more predictably? In the Agile Software Engineering course, you’ll learn how modern practices including XP, behavior-driven development (BDD), and test-driven development (TDD) enable continuous value flow and built-in quality. This interactive, three-day course also gives you guidance and tools to work effectively in remote environments with distributed teams.

Agile Software Engineering answers the questions:

How do I build a test-first, principle-based team environment and technical infrastructure? How do Agile teams use BDD to create a shared understanding? How do we build in quality throughout the Continuous Delivery Pipeline?

What's Included:

Course materials Remote learning via SAFe® Virtual Classrooms Access to SAFe® Collaborate, a visual online workspace One-year membership to the SAFe® Community Platform Access to content, tools, and resources you need to practice SAFe every day SAFe Agile Software Engineer certification exam

Attendees learn:

How to apply the test-first principle to align tests and requirements. How to detail, model, design, implement, verify, and validate stories in a SAFe Continuous Delivery Pipeline. Practices such as abstraction, encapsulation, and SOLID that build quality into code and design. Foundational Lean, Agile, and DevOps principles and practices. How to use the test infrastructure for automated testing. How to design from context for testability.

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Get educated on our virtual platforms

We know about your hectic schedule. We also know the only way you truly understand a subject is by practicing it in a real environment. This is why we’ve set a playground area that’s full of hours of exercises, questions and challenges. It even has a gaming section. 

Learn from the very best

Join our course and start building the most wanted career available today. We make sure every class is easily understood, and that all students reach the same level of expertise needed for today’s hi-tech industry.

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