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  • Our two-day SAFe for Teams course goes well beyond Scrum. It teaches Lean thinking tools, roles, processes, and the software engineering practices necessary to achieve the code quality you need to scale Scrum to your enterprise business context. The course is intended for new teams in an enterprise agile adoption program or can be used to re-baseline existing Scrum teams as required for scaling.

    The course consists of lecture, experiential activities, and exercises to begin building actual team backlogs in preparation for the agile transformation. By the end of the course, teams will be ready for their first program-level release planning meeting, part of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Agile Release Train (ART).

    The course begins with the principles of scaling: Lean thinking tools, Agile development practices at scale, and an overview of the Scaled Agile Framework.

    Following this, teams learn the best practices for building quality software in a timebox. 
    Course Outline:
    • Team Structure:High performing agile teams, the Scrum Master role, and the Product Owner role. At scale, teams, Scrum Masters, and Product Owners have additional responsibilities and challenges.
    • Building Backlogs Writing user stories and other backlog items, sizing and prioritizing using lean economics via Weighted Shortest Job First, writing acceptance criteria, and building acceptance tests. At scale, team backlogs are part of the enterprise backlog model for integrating with the program and portfolio.
    • Sprint Execution Planning, backlog grooming, tracking, demoing, and continuous improvement. At scale, these include team-level and program-level ceremonies and events.
    • Software Engineer Practices Strategies to avoid "waterfalling" a sprint, TDD, ATTD, automated testing, and continuous integration. At scale, technology and practices must also facilitate distributed development.
    • Launching the Agile Release Train (ART) Preparation for the first program-level Release Planning Meeting.

    • Go agile:  Five things agile organizations have in common
    • Go agile:  The operating model to ed all redesigns
    • Go agile: Getting small, end-to-end teams right
    • Go agile: Mind-set shifts for senior leaders
    • Go agile: What it means to be a servant leader
    • Go agile: Agile principles have passed the test of time

     Agile - series of short videos

  • Target Competencies 

    In this foundational course, you will gain an understanding of Scrum principles and practices that enable you to:

    • Participate actively as a Scrum Team member;
    • Function effectively as the Scrum Master for a Scrum Team;
    • Deliver a successful Scrum project;
    • Explain and sell Agile and the Scrum framework to other key stakeholders; and
    • Define and use the full range of Agile and Scrum Artifacts.

    To help prepare for real-world Agile team experience, students will build a deliver a "fun" product (marble run) using the Scrum methodology.

    This class is by Invite Only

  • Agile and DevOps practices and culture are key to the success of Fujitsu Americas. The Agile/DevOps Center of Excellence has identified a number of key learning resources that should help you move through proficiency levels

  • While the focus for many Fujitsu projects involves the delivery of IT solutions, managing and delivering the related business transformation is a core service and skill set within Fujitsu.

    Business Transformation takes many forms and names, such as organizational development, organizational design, change management, process redesign.  It ensures that a cohesive solution is created that enables clients to fully realize the benefit and value from their programme investments.  The intent for the PM Delivery Forum presentation is to provide an overview of a recently completed business transformation project to demonstrate why understanding and managing the business side of an IT project is critical to success for both project managers and clients."
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    Click on Get Content button to view presentation.

  • DevOps is a popular set of principles and techniques that are being promoted within Fujitsu, to be adapted to the context of client and engagement.

    The course provides an introduction to current DevOps principles, practices, vocabulary and supporting automation.

    This course is mapped to a corresponding certification offered by the DevOps Institute. We use course materials provided by DOI. After attending this course, the participant will be eligible to take the DevOps Foundation certification exam.

  • It explains Scrum Framework Overview, Scrum main components, Process overview, frame work roles etc.,

  • This learning event provides an introduction to the Agile Delivery adaptation. It includes an overview of its phases, activities, deliverables, techniques and main roles.  It also addresses how to manage an Agile project.

  • Agile development projects are always focused on the end user, and the creation of user stories plays an integral role in defining end user requirements to ensure the software meets all of their needs.
    However, if you're new to agile development, you may be unsure of how to best utilize user stories in your development process.
    Fortunately, this resource offers a detailed description of user stories and explains how they function within agile methodology. Read on for an explanation of the 3 Cs of user stories:
    • Card
    • Conversation
    • Confirmation

  • The fun way to learn about Agile/Scrum, prepare for Scrum Master certification / Agile certification (CSM, CSPO, PSM, or PMI-ACP), and debunk popular misconceptions.
    There are six videos addressing
    Introduction to Scrum
    Backlog Refinement Meeting
    Sprint Planning Meeting
    Daily Scrum Meeting
    Sprint Review Meeting
    Sprint Retrospective Meeting
    Each has quizes to stress learning.

    Also links to other content to understand Agile & Scrum.

  • A helpful overview of getting rid of waste in Software Development using Agile, comparing it with the Toyota Production System 'Lean' manufacturing philosophy.

  • Deployment instructions for the CMS Lite application

  • Why does Agile exist?
    How did it get here?
    What is it?

  • An informative and entertaining stab at defining business analysis within Agile software development approaches such as SCRUM and SCRUP/XP hybrids.

  • Inspired from a book by Mary and Tom Poppendieck, this presentation is an adaptation of the Lean Approach based on the Toyota Production System in the IT domain.
    Once the 7 Lean Software Development principles are revisited, 24 imaged viewpoints will provide a different approach to dealing with possible problems encountered in the field of IT.

  • AGILE software development is a group of software development methodologies based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. It is a conceptual framework that promotes foreseen interactions throughout the development cycle. The Agile Manifesto[1] introduced the term in 2001.

    Scrum is one of the methods based on the AGILE software development approach. It is an iterative, incremental framework for project management often seen in AGILE software development type of software engineering. Although the Scrum approach was originally suggested for managing product development projects, its use has focused on the management of software development projects, and it can be used to run software maintenance teams or as a general project/program management approach.

  • Joe Justice applies current software development principles to manufacture, achieving extraordinary results in designing a high efficiency and high performance automobile.

  • This content was submitted by Ivar Alexander.

    Thought Leadership Presentation:
    This session will cover the latest Automated Process Discovery (APD) technology available from Fujitsu.

    This latest release includes process discovery technology, and adds new management aspects by providing ongoing monitoring and governance of the processes in place.

    The presentation will cover a high level view of the capabilities and architecture of the solution.

  • This content was suggested by Sempai Team.

    Agile is an umbrella term used to describe a general approach to software development. Though there are many agile incarnations, all agile processes, including Scrum, emphasize teamwork, frequent deliveries of working software, close customer collaboration, and the ability to respond quickly to change.

  • This content was submitted by André Thouin.

    This Power Point presentation contains the latest wins from the New York office that pertain to Salesforce in various industries but mostly, the financial services sector. It is available to help turn our RFP's into winning proposals.

  • This content was suggested by Sempai Team.

    Agile approaches to software development promise many advantages: shorter schedules, more productive teams, products that better meet customer expectations, higher quality, and more. In this talk, Mike will explain how agile teams achieve these goals by avoiding the seven deadly sins of project management. Covered will be sins such as gluttony, sloth, lust, opaqueness, and more. Giving in to one of these temptations can result in a failed or canceled project.

  • This content was suggested by Sempai Team.

    One of the challenges of agile is coming to grips with the role of leaders and managers of self-organizing teams. Many go to the extreme of refusing to exert any influence on their teams at all. Others retain too much of a command-and-control style. Leading a self-organizing team can be a fine line. In this session you will learn the proper ways to influence the path taken by a team to solving the problems given to it. You will learn how to become comfortable in this role. You'll understand why influencing a self-organizing team is neither sneaky nor inappropriate but is necessary.

  • This content was submitted by André Thouin

    Peter Blasina, Australia's GadgetGuy, discovers how Bruce Loxton, owner of Kimberley Kampers, has been able to grow his business from 4 to 20 million in turnover, while operating out of his wife's clothing store. With his factory nearly 900 miles away, and a sales team spread across Australia, Bruce uses his iPad, the cloud, Salesforce and some customised applications from the App Exchange to stay on top of operations - and ahead of his competitors.

  • This content was submitted by André Thouin

    Recording of a live demo with Salesforce Foundation partner roundCorner. roundCorner demonstrates how their product roundCampus is being utilized at top-tier universities for corporate relations, advancement, recruiting and career services. Presented by Dan Lammot, Founding Partner of roundCorner.

  • This content was submitted by Annick Savard.

    We leverage the combination of cloud computing and Software as a Service (SaaS), with its emphasis on productively creating well-tested, maintainable, reusable code, to let "one-pizza" teams of Berkeley undergrads design, develop, test, and deploy their own SaaS applications. Iteration-based agile development rewards regular progress, test-first design results in students actually enjoying testing, and cloud computing showcases deployed projects to friends, colleagues, and future employers, all while students absorb "big ideas" such as higher-order programming and metaprogramming.
    I'll also discuss other uses of cloud computing at Berkeley from lower-division through graduate CS courses.

  • This content was submitted by Denis Careau.

    This course is intended for people having an interest in testing web applications. When this course is complete, you'll be able to write tests that effectively test your applications but also to integrate Selenium in your existing testing processes following the good practices that this tool requires.

  • Agile Project Planning requires a team to do the tasks from a prioritized list, break the tasks into small ones and then execute each iteration within the estimated time frame.

    A key distinction between Agile Project Planning and the traditional or standard project planning is that Agile Project Planning is expected to be collaborative in nature and wider in scope as the entire team partakes in planning and scheduling.

  • This content was submitted by Eric Le Gallais.

    Jason Fried has a radical theory of working: that the office isn't a good place to do it. He lays out the main problems (call them the M&Ms) and offers three suggestions to make work work:
    - No-talk-thursday
    - Switch from active communication to passive communication
    - Cancel your meetings

  • This document presented at Oracle Open World 2010 by Naoki Izuta shows the extent of Fujitsu's offering in SPARC type servers.

  • This document describes a Java EE6 programming workshop

  • This document introduces techniques for deploying Java EE 6 applications with the GlassFish application server

  • This blog is dedicated to those large and highly successful enterprises with the courage to reinvent themselves. Embrace Uncertainty!

  • This is a Macroscope e-Learning module addressed to anyone who wants to improve its understanding of the agile approach in Macroscope. Several questions and exercises will let you test your knowledge of the subject. You will also find notes, tips and frequently asked questions.