Agile Development with UeXceler

Agile Development with UeXceler

Learn how to apply UeXceler, an agile methodology, in your software project. Fundamental agile principles and concepts like user story, sprint will be covered.

  • 8 lectures
  • Master an agile methodology in 2 hours
  • Access on the go
  • Conducted by Visual Paradigm
  • All for FREE
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Training Overview

Agile Development with UeXceler is an agile training tailor designed for software teams who want to develop software in a true agile way. There are altogether 8 lectures with 2 hours of quality videos. All lectures come with clear voice-over as well as demonstrations to walk you through different concepts and tools step by step. We are sure you can apply the agile principles and skills in your team after attending the lectures.

The lectures cover a wide range of contents. Firstly, you will learn what agile is and how your team can be benefited by adopting agile. After that, we will focus on UeXceler, an agile methodology. You will learn what a user story is, how to identify user stories and how to manage your project in a discipline way with the help of sprint. This course also includes a number of demonstration that shows you the use of Visual Paradigm in writing and detailing user story as well as to manage sprint. Last but not least, the training introduces some best practices that can make your agile team even more productive and efficient.

Once you have completed this online training, you will know how to develop software in an agile way by applying UeXceler in your project.

Curriculum

Section 1: Understanding UeXceler for Agile Development

  • Lecture 1: Overview of Agile Development
  • Lecture 2: Introduction to UeXceler
  • Lecture 3: Applying UeXceler

Section 2: Mastering the use of Visual Paradigm, an Agile Development Tool

  • Lecture 4: How to create Use Case and User Story?
  • Lecture 5: How to manage Sprint?
  • Lecture 6: How to write User Stories?
  • Lecture 7: Task management with Tasifier

Section 3: Best Practices

  • Lecture 8: Best practices