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XP Agile Training Course – Master Extreme Programming

In this online course, we take Lean principles and merge them with the Agile methodology/XP framework. Originally used to heighten output in manufacturing processes, Lean is now instrumental in Adaptive Project Life Cycles as it enables more reliable delivery times (Test-Driven Developments) while ensuring efficiency and customer satisfaction and is used by agile teams.

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4 Training Hours
XP Agile Training Course – Master Extreme Programming
15 On-demand Videos
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Course Topics
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Prep Questions
50 Prep Questions
XP Agile Training Course – Master Extreme Programming

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Course Description

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What is Agile XP – Extreme Programming

Agile XP – Extreme Programming is an agile software development framework that not only produces superior quality code, but also encourages a better work-life balance for the engineering team. This course provides a basic understanding of AGILE/XP principles and tools and techniques used in implementing Agile practices/XP in a coordinated fashion to ensure successful project development outcomes.

Why does it work?

Extreme Programming is successful because it stresses customer satisfaction, as opposed to delivering everything the customer could possibly want on some date far in the future. The emphasis is on delivering the software in increments that provide the most value to the customer first. Extreme Programming empowers developers to confidently respond to changing customer requirements, even late in the life cycle.

ITU Online Training Course

This course integrates Lean Software Development Principles, where applicable, with AGILE/XP. Lean is a driven development business methodology, initially used to improve throughput in manufacturing, that is used in Adaptive Project Life Cycles to achieve more predictable delivery, greater efficiency, and a customer-centric mindset. Applying Lean,  along with principle of Kanban, to project management and development team facilitates empowerment to project team members to provide better clarity, and delivers projects with an emphasis on delivering value (Feature-Driven Development) to internal and external customers.

Fundamental Principle You Learn

In this online course, students will learn the benefits of this approach and how XP emphasizes teamwork with pair programming and other tactics. XP relies on a simple, yet effective environment that facilitates the formation of high performing teams. The team self-organizes around the problem to solve it as efficiently as possible.

Agile XP improves a software project in four ways:

  • Emphasis on communication between the team and stakeholders
  • Simplicity of methodology
  • Timely feedback from stakeholders
  • A safe and courageous environment within the team

This Agile XP course includes 4 hours of training and 15 course videos. Below are the topics you will learn in this course:

  • Agile Principles and Mindset
  • Value Driven Delivery
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Team Performance
  • Adaptive Planning
  • Problem Detection and Resolution
  • Continuous Improvement

Key Term Knowledge Base: Key Terms Related to XP Agile Training Course

Understanding the key terms related to the XP Agile Training Course is crucial for anyone interested in mastering Extreme Programming and Agile methodologies. These terms not only provide a foundation for learning but also enhance communication and efficiency in project management, software development, and team collaboration. Here’s a list of essential terms and their definitions:

AgileA set of principles for software development under which requirements and solutions evolve through the collaborative effort of self-organizing cross-functional teams.
XP (Extreme Programming)An Agile software development framework that emphasizes customer satisfaction, rapid delivery of high-quality software, and continuous improvement.
Lean PrinciplesA methodology that focuses on minimizing waste within manufacturing systems while simultaneously maximizing productivity.
Test-Driven Development (TDD)A software development process that relies on the repetition of a very short development cycle: requirements are turned into very specific test cases, then the software is improved to pass the tests.
Pair ProgrammingAn Agile software development technique in which two programmers work together at one workstation; one writes code while the other reviews each line of code as it is typed in.
Continuous IntegrationA software development practice where developers regularly merge their code changes into a central repository, followed by automated builds and tests.
Small ReleasesA practice in Agile frameworks where software is built in small, incremental segments and released frequently, allowing for regular feedback and adjustments.
Collective Code OwnershipA concept in Agile and XP where code is not owned by an individual developer or team, but by the team as a whole, enabling anyone to improve it.
IterationsShort time frames (timeboxes) that typically last from one to four weeks, during which a set of activities is performed and a working product increment is created.
Product OwnerA role in Agile software development responsible for defining the features of the product and deciding on the release date and content.
Software QualityThe degree to which software fulfills the specified requirements, needs, and expectations of the customer or user.
Agile MindsetA set of attitudes and values that support the Agile working methodology, including collaboration, flexibility, continuous improvement, and responsiveness to change.
Value Driven DeliveryAn Agile principle that focuses on delivering value to the business and customers through high-quality software solutions.
Stakeholder EngagementThe process of involving stakeholders (individuals or groups who are affected by or can affect a project) in the decision-making process, ensuring their needs and concerns are addressed.
Team PerformanceA measure of how effectively a team achieves its goals and objectives, often enhanced in Agile and XP by practices like communication, collaboration, and regular feedback.
Adaptive PlanningA planning approach in Agile that is flexible and adjusts to changing project requirements and circumstances.
Problem Detection and ResolutionAgile practices that focus on identifying and solving problems quickly and efficiently to maintain project momentum.
Continuous ImprovementThe ongoing effort to improve products, services, or processes over time in Agile and XP methodologies.
CommunicationThe exchange of information and ideas within an organization, particularly important in Agile and XP for ensuring team alignment and project success.
FeedbackInformation provided by stakeholders or team members about their experience with a product or service, essential for guiding future development in Agile and XP.
CourageThe quality of being brave and confident enough to do what you believe in, crucial in Agile and XP for embracing change and making tough decisions.
RespectTreating colleagues and stakeholders with consideration and valuing their contributions, an essential part of the Agile and XP working environment.

These terms form the backbone of understanding and effectively implementing XP Agile methodologies in software development and project management.

Frequently Asked Questions Related to Agile XP

What are the core values of Agile XP?

The core values of Agile XP are simplicity, communication, feedback, courage, and respect. These values guide the development team in their approach to software development.

What are the key practices of Agile XP?

Agile XP employs several key practices, including test-driven development (TDD), pair programming, continuous integration, small releases, and collective code ownership. These practices promote collaboration, quality, and responsiveness to change.

What is test-driven development (TDD)?

Test-driven development is a practice in which developers write automated tests before writing the actual code. This approach ensures that the code meets the specified requirements and helps maintain a high level of software quality.

What is pair programming?

Pair programming is a practice where two developers work together at a single workstation. One person writes the code (the “driver”), while the other observes, reviews, and provides immediate feedback (the “navigator”). This approach promotes knowledge sharing, code quality, and collaboration.

How does Agile XP handle changing requirements?

Agile XP embraces changing requirements by using short iterations called “iterations” or “sprints.” The development team works closely with the customer or product owner to prioritize and adapt to changing requirements throughout the project.

What is the role of the customer in Agile XP?

The customer, or product owner, plays a vital role in Agile XP. They collaborate closely with the development team, define requirements, provide feedback, and prioritize features based on business value.

How does Agile XP ensure software quality?

Agile XP ensures software quality through practices like test-driven development, continuous integration, and frequent feedback. By emphasizing testing, code reviews, and customer collaboration, Agile XP helps identify and address issues early in the development process.

Is Agile XP suitable for all types of projects?

Agile XP is particularly well-suited for projects with rapidly changing requirements, uncertain or evolving design, and a high degree of collaboration. However, its applicability may vary depending on the nature and complexity of the project.

What are the benefits of adopting Agile XP?

Some benefits of Agile XP include increased customer satisfaction, improved software quality, faster delivery of features, better team collaboration, enhanced adaptability to change, and reduced project risks.

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Course Outline

AGILE/XP Course Content

Module 1 : Agile Principles and Mindset

  •    Agile Introduction XP

  •    Agile Core Principles XP

  •    Lean Product Development XP

  •    Agile Leadership Tasks XP

  •    Agile Communications XP

Module 2 : Value Driven Delivery

  •    Value Driven Delivery XP

  •    Value Driven Delivery XP Part2

Module 3 : Stakeholder Engagement

  •    Stakeholder Engagement XP

  •    Facilitation Tools XP

Module 4 : Team Performance

  •    Team Performance XP

  •    Digital Tools for Distibuted Teams XP

Module 5 : Adaptive Planning

  •    Adaptive Planning XP

  •    Adaptive Planning Part2 XP

Module 6 : Problem Detection and Resolution

  •    Problem Detection and Resolution XP

Module 7 : Continuous Improvement

  •    Continuous Improvement XP

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Pete Matassa

Pete Matassa

Project Management Consultant and Trainer

Pete is president of Technology, Inc., a Project Management Training and Consulting company that provides custom Project Management solutions. He has over 30 years of experience in professional/management positions. His professional credentials include an MBA; PMI ® PMP ®; PMI-ACP ®; Agile Hybrid Project Pro Micro-Credential, MCTS – MS Project 2007 & 2010; CompTIA Project+; CompTIA A+; CompTIA Net+; CompTIA i-Net+; CompTIA Server+. In addition to managing projects and IT and Accounting professionals, Pete has over 25 years of experience developing and instructing project management, MS Office, MS Project, and business soft skills courses. Pete’s instruction style emphasizes both learning the required body of knowledge and understanding how to use that knowledge in real-world situations. His style is to integrate his experiences into the training environment to take advantage of people’s  natural inclination to learn through stories.

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