Course info
Feb 7, 2020
3h 43m

This course is much different than most of the other courses in the Pluralsight library. As a course focused purely on software methodology and team processes, it doesn't contain any coding demos or samples for download. This course is a great way to introduce Agile Software Development practices to your team or organization. In addition to learning Scrum, students learn effective techniques for managing Agile teams and projects. Students and teams come away with a solid foundation to begin executing their first Scrum Sprint.This course covers the following PMBOK® Process Groups: Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling. This course covers the following PMBOK® Knowledge Areas: Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, Project Time Management, Project Quality Management, Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management.

About the author
About the author

David Starr is a Principal Azure Solutions Architect for Microsoft and has worked in technology leadership positions for over 20 years. He specializes in agile software development practices, patterns and practices, and judicious application of various technologies within development teams. He is a 5 time Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio and a technical instructor with Pluralsight where he focuses on the software development practices and developer tooling curricula. David blogs at, is a frequent contributor at conferences and a frequent writer. He has successfully led many product development teams and is a technical learning professional.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

About This Course
[Autogenerated] Hello and welcome to plural sites. Agile team practice, fundamentals. Course. My name is David Starr, and before we get into the contents of the course itself, let's talk a little bit about how this course might be a bit unique.