Software Processes and Agile Practices

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Offered by University of Alberta. This course delves into a variety of processes to structure software development. It also covers the ... Enroll for free.

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Taught by
Kenny Wong
Associate Professor
and 7 more instructors

Offered by
University of Alberta

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r/userexperience • comment
1 points • dodd1331

This one is pretty good -->

Not irreversible at all. Sometimes people and companies just don't mesh and that is ok. Some companies think this is still the 90s and have a waterfall approach and have prescriptive solutions before even doing any user research.

r/pmp • comment
1 points • KcirdnekC

I've taken the IBM Data Science course. I am currently taking

Software Processes and Agile Practices

The course is a part of my membership. You get a 7 day trial(I believe).

If you know of any other agile classes from another place, would love to hear about it. I need to brush up on it.

r/productivity • comment
3 points • MartinMystikJonas

Hard skills:

Human computer interacion

Martin Fowler videos on YT

Soft skills:

Software Processes and Agile Practices

Innovation Management



The End of Procrastination

Model thinking


Good sources are Coursera, Khan academy, edX and short TED videos