Washington University in St. Louis

AGI305: SAFe Agile Software Engineering (24 hrs)

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Course summary:

Learn how to deliver software solutions quickly and with high quality with the SAFe Agile Software Engineering course. This three-day workshop covers foundational Agile principles and practices, including Lean-Agile and DevOps. Gain new skills and approaches to enhance software delivery predictability and quality. Upon completion, attendees will be prepared for the SAFe® 5 Agile Software Engineer (ASE) Certification exam. Join us and enhance your agile software engineering skills in today's fast-paced industry.

Course outline:
  • Introducing SAFe Agile Software Engineering
  • Connecting Principles and Practices to Built-In Quality
  • Accelerating Flow
  • Applying Intentional Architecture
  • Thinking Test-First
  • Discovering Story Details
  • Creating a Shared Understanding with Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)
  • Communicating with Models
  • Building Systems with Code Quality
  • Building Systems with Design Quality
  • Implementing with Quality
  • Course Review
Learning outcomes:
  • Define Agile software engineering and the underlying values, principles, and practices
  • Apply the test-first principle to create alignment between tests and requirements
  • Create shared understanding with behavior-drive development (BDD)
  • Support effective Program Increment execution
  • Communicate with Agile modeling
  • Design from context for testability
  • Build applications with code and design quality
  • Utilize the test infrastructure for automated testing
  • Collaborate on intentional architecture and emergent design
  • Apply Lean-Agile principles to optimize the flow of value
  • Create an  Expert Agile software engineering plan 

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