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Intermediate
Updated
Jun 15, 2021
Duration
1h 33m
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Effective collaboration is a differentiating factor between agile development teams. In this course, we will take a deep dive into the most common agile collaboration techniques so that eventually, these techniques can be applied within your own team First, we will examine collective ownership and collective accoutnability and why this is essential for the fucntioning of agile teams. Second, we will introduce the basics of pairing and which type of pairing approach is best for your team. Lastly, we will go into the practical details and best practices of close collaboration within teams. After this course, you will have learned the practical applicability of the most common agile collaboration techniques and will be able to apply these techniques within your own team.

About the author
About the author

Tommy van Schaik spent most of his academic and professional career as a linking pin between business and IT. His focus areas are: project management, IT governance, business processes, IT architecture, requirement engineering, and business rules.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone, and welcome to this course, ICAgile: Collaboration and Tooling. My name is Tommy van Schaik. Different ways of collaboration between different team members within a development team can have a significant effect on the effectiveness of that team. Teams with good collaboration are often multiple times as effective in producing quality software. In this course, we're going to look at applying different collaboration techniques within agile development teams. Specifically, we will focus on creating collective accountability in teams, the different approaches in code ownership, and applying pair programming within teams. After this course, you will be familiar with some of the common agile collaboration techniques and you will be ready to start implementing these best practices into your team. So let's go ahead and get started on this course, ICAgile: Collaboration and tooling.