Agile Development

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Beyond practices and beyond principles, you'll learn the applied skills that enable an agile team to succeed.

hypothesis-driven development Design Thinking User Experience (UX) agile Lean Startup agile user stories User Experience Design (UXD) Agile Software Development Product Management Software Development Usability Testing Continuous Delivery

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Taught by
Alex Cowan
Faculty & Batten Fellow
and 9 more instructors

Offered by
University of Virginia

This specialization includes these 1 courses.

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r/startups • comment
1 points • followmepost

Oh, you're welcome! Here's the course - you basically work through the whole thing from idea to delivery: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/agile-development

r/scrum • post
5 points • superlek
What is your favorite (free) resources about real world challenges in Scrum/Agile?

I think you can find quite a handful of free resources about the basic and theory about Scrum/Agile.

How about resources that share knowledge, practices, tools about real world situations and challenges? Where do you go and learn more about it?

The few I like so far:

What's yours?