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Learn how to use agile programming practices to create high-quality systems.
During our Agile Programming Techniques course, you will gain hands-on experience and practice with tools and techniques for designing and implementing systems. You will apply specifications written in the form of user examples and unit tests to drive development with test-driven development (TDD), behaviour-driven development (BDD) and acceptance test-driven development (ATDD). This course is ideal for developers and technical testers wanting a better understanding along with the opportunity to practically apply agile tools and techniques. This course is about quality – in particular, what can developers do to make sure that we are building the right system, and that we are building it the right way.
ICAgile accredited course: The ICAgile Certified Professional, Agile Programming is granted on the successful completion of this course. This certification is part of the ICAgile Engineering Track along with our Agile Fundamentals and Agile Design and Architecture courses. We offer the complete ICAgile Agile Engineering Track for those looking to become an ICAgile Certified Expert in Agile Engineering (ICE-AE).
By the end of this course you will be able to:
To get the most out of this course, you will need to have completed formal agile training such as our Agile Fundamentals course and have a working knowledge of Java or C#.
This was an excellent course and I am taking back valuable knowledge to improve our team's output quality and productivity.
- Ricardo Machado, Integrated Research
Great, informative course. Very well presented.
- Phil Gnad, Pay Global
Enjoyable, interesting and useful.
- Niall Hughes, Air New Zealand
Enjoyed the course, loved the hands-on nature of it. Learned new concepts which I will try to apply.
- Saleem Dawoodi, Harvey Norman
A good, broad introduction to Agile programming techniques with good emphasis on TDD, BDD, and ATDD.
- Sam Carton, Empired