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    Advanced Scrum training
    about 3 years ago

    Very good training. I learned a lot about scrum I didn't know.

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    very helpful
    almost 4 years ago

    I've got a lot of positive feedback for my QA efforts from in- and outside the Scrum teams. Most important aspects I've implemented are: - implementation of a better issue handling by means of -- Maturity Level for User Stories and Technical Tasks -- Business Value and Risk aspects in User Stories -- BDD aspects and Gherkin Acceptance Criteria -- Input Documentation in User Stories - implementation of QA processes in all Scrum teams - organisational issues and Scrum team composition - implementation of test team and test tools - implementation of test automation process - implementation documentation process and tools

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    Appreciate the Focus on QA....
    over 4 years ago

    Appreciated the additional time and attention paid to Quality Assurance in the scrum process. I would recommend this course to anyone who has already had the scrum 101 experience and training.

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    A well designed course, providing both reassurance on where my processes are currently heading and some thought provoking ideas
    almost 5 years ago

    this course served to reinforce much of the approach I am in the process of implementing at our company. The suggestion of using the test cases much earlier in the cycle - in conjunction with the user stories for the developers to work to is an additional dimension that I had not fully considered fully as an option prior to this course so the trainers insight into this area has certainly helped me to re-consider how we could work in this area. The guidance on automation is refreshingly honest and again supports our QA teams beliefs in that we need to make sure our basic processes are good before ploughing ahead with automation; we can use this course as a point of reference which is going to be incredibly helpful.

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    Great Course
    almost 5 years ago

    Learned quite a few Agile technics from here

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    Lots of good information about QA
    over 5 years ago

    I have to admit that I haven't included QA as much as I should within our sprints. A lot of lessons on the topic of QA really resonated with me and I certainly gained a deeper appreciation for the role they should play and the importance of that role. I appreciated the format of each lesson with an introduction, explanations and examples, then finishing up with demos or how-to videos. I really wanted to learn a lot more about automation but it is obvious that is a very big topic but there were some very good tips and tricks that I took note of and will be sure to follow up on. The demonstrations using TFS were interesting and I know the product has come a long way from since the Scrum 1.0 Process template but we found it much more difficult to use than Rallydev and VersionOne; although, it certainly is nice to have an environment with integrated tools like backlog and sprint management, source control, build servers, and test automation. I may take another look at TFS and the new 2.0 template at some point and especially the testing tools.