As we’ve tried to emphasize in a variety of posts on this blog, agile training and its subtypes like certified scrum master training have wide-ranging applicability to the workplace, and not strictly in the field of software development. Some types of agile training have direct forerunners and analogs in manufacturing processes. And this helps to … Read More
Agile Training: Is Certification Enough?
A new article at CIO raises a question that is crucial for anyone who is thinking of pursuing agile training, whether online or at a California information technology training consultancy. In fact, the question is generalizable to virtually any area of information technology training that offers professionally-recognized certification programs. CIO challenges the reader to consider … Read More
More Value in Agile Training than Programming Languages?
When looking for a career as a software developer, what should you learn first? Agile training or Python programming? Computer science or microeconomics? The answers may not be as straightforward as you think. On Tuesday, Tech Republic published an article based on an interview with the noted software development expert and Stack Overflow co-founder Joel … Read More
The Value of Real-World Agile Training
Last week, an article appeared at CIO which asked a very basic question, and one that certainly should be of interest to a major portion of the visitors to this blog: Is agile training or the coursework for a similar certification worth the price tag and the opportunity cost that goes into acquiring them? Sharon … Read More
Agile Training and IT Certifications Have Definite Value
There was recently an article at CIO which asked a tough question – a question that can make us nervous as providers of scrum master and scrum product owner certification, general Agile training, and other forms of information technology training and certification. The article raised the question of whether certifications in such areas as Agile … Read More
Always Look for Changes in Online Information Technology Training
Last week we explained to our readers that ITIL training in California and the USA at large was facing a potential sea change as the originators of the Information Technology Infrastructure Library were planning to unveil a major update known as ITIL Practitioner. We hope that the information was useful to some of those readers … Read More
Agile Scrum Methodology vs. Waterfall Methodology
“Scrum is a simple yet incredibly powerful set of principles and practices that help teams deliver products in short cycles, enabling fast feedback, continual improvement, and rapid adaptation to change. As the leading Agile development framework, Scrum has predominantly been used for software development, but it is also proving to be effective in efforts far … Read More
Different SDLC in Project Management Agile vs Waterfall
SDLC is Software Development Life Cycle. It is the process by which Information Systems or Software are developed and designed. Like every other process, SDLCs have various methods to complete the steps. One of the oldest ways to go about is the Waterfall method. The first known usage of Waterfall was in 1956 by Herbert … Read More