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[Udemy 100% Free]-Agile Requirements: Managing Requirements in Scrum Framework

[Udemy 100% Free]-Agile Requirements: Managing Requirements in Scrum Framework
Description

This course discusses how requirements are handled in scrum framework. This course starts with discussions on agile software development and scrum framework. Then it moves to a detailed discussion on requirements.

This course is helpful for anyone who is associated with agile software development or anyone who wish to learn how requirements are managed in agile software development using Scrum framework.

A basic knowledge of software development is helpful in taking this course. This course, in the first session covers the basics of Agile software development and Scrum framework.

This course covers all major aspects of managing requirements in agile software development using Scrum framework. The course starts with product vision, then a detailed discussion on product backlog and user stories. It covers estimation methods used in agile.

Then there is a quick discussion on collecting requirements and a discussion with example on user story mapping. It covers with examples, many techniques for breaking down the user stories. It covers a few methods for ordering/prioritizing product backlog items.

In the final session discusses different prescribed events and activities in scrum, that processes these requirements.

The course ends with a summary of the discussion using a simple image of scrum framework.

These are the topics covered as part of this course.

Agile Software Development

Scrum Framework

Requirement BasicsIntroduction
Product Vision
Product Backlog
User Stories
Acceptance Criteria
Definition of Ready
Definition of Done
Estimation

Managing RequirementsCollecting Requirements
User Story mapping
Splitting user stories
Ordering Backlog Items
Release Planning

Scrum Events & ActivitiesBacklog Refinement
The Sprint
Sprint Planning
Daily Scrums
Sprint Review
Sprint Retrospective

Summary

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