Though Agile is one of the most successful methodologies for software development, it doesn't scale well for enterprise businesses. This course will teach you the methods, frameworks, and pipeline for Daikibo, a tool that will help you implement Agile at scale.
Agile brings many advantages to developers, among them a visible development process with a faster time-to-market and quick feedback loops that help raise quality. However, for enterprise businesses, Agile can be very complicated to scale properly. The answer? Daikibo: Agile at scale that works! In this course, Scaling Agile for Enterprise: Daikibo, you'll learn how to implement Agile at scale using this technology. First, you'll learn how to understand the methodologies and frameworks that make up Daikibo. Next, you'll learn how to create teams and groups that scale. Finally, you'll learn about the Daikibo pipeline and the user story life-cycle, going from concept to commitment to feedback to production. By the end of this course, you'll have a better understanding on how to scale an agile project for enterprise using Daikibo.
Xavier is very passionate about teaching, helping others understand search and Big Data. He is also an entrepreneur, project manager, technical author, trainer, and holds a few certifications with Cloudera, Microsoft, and the Scrum Alliance, along with being a Microsoft MVP.
Course Overview Hi. My name is Xavier Morera, and I am very passionate about teaching. I welcome you to this course, Daikibo Agile at Scale for Enterprise. Did you know that Agile is most commonly used by smallish development projects mostly executed in a single location? But because of Agile's success, it has worked its way into being adopted by enterprise, for example, Fortune 500 companies. The problem is that Agile does have its limits, and when many try to scale Agile, they fail. A big problem is that exploring how to properly scale Agile is a tricky scenario. You cannot try out new things at enterprise level without risking big projects, and big projects mean big money. No one likes to experiment while losing tons of money, but there is a company that explored the complexities of Agile at Scale, Cognizant, and they created Daikibo, a tried and true approach to implement Agile at Scale. Some of the major topics that we will cover are understanding the methodologies and frameworks that make up Daikibo, learning how to create teams and groups that scale, the Daikibo pipeline, the user story lifecycle at scale going from concept to commitment to feedback to production. By the end of this course, you will understand how to scale an Agile project using Daikibo. As a prerequisite, it's highly recommended to know about Agile, but I will also include a list of recommended courses within the Pluralsight library as a reference. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Daikibo, Agile at Scale, at Pluralsight.