Real World Scrum With Team Foundation Server 2013

Learn how to use Team Foundation Server 2013 to help your team and organization deliver great software using Scrum.
Course info
Rating
(672)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Nov 10, 2014
Duration
5h 2m
Table of contents
Scrum Overview
Planning & Managing a Product Backlog
Sprint Planning
Daily Scrum
Automated DoD
Scrum & QA Testing
Automated UI Testing + DoD
Requirements, Feedback, the Sprint Review & Sprint Retrospective
Description
Course info
Rating
(672)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Nov 10, 2014
Duration
5h 2m
Description

Scrum is arguably the dominant Agile Methodology, and it's well-supported by Team Foundation Server 2013. This course will show you how you can use the Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio to run your Scrum projects and teams with an emphasis on "real world" Scrum. Areas of focus will including planning, maintaining situational awareness, staying focused on Working Software through automation, and Scrum in the Enterprise.

About the author
About the author

Benjamin Day is a consultant and trainer specializing in software development best practices using Microsoft-based technology. He is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP, a certified Scrum trainer via Scrum.org, and a speaker at conferences such as TechEd, DevTeach, and VSLive. He can be contacted via http://www.benday.com.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Scrum Overview
Hey everybody, this is Real World Scrum with Team Foundation Server 2013, and this is the Scrum overview module. I'm Benjamin Day, owner of Benjamin Day consulting. I'm based out of Brookline, Massachusetts, and my website is www. benday. com. I'm @benday on Twitter, and I've got my email address up there, benday@benday. com. Now the purpose of this module is to give you an overview of Scrum based on the scrum. org Scrum Guide. Now the Scrum Guide is considered to be the rules of Scrum. It's a free download from scrum. org, and it's maintained and written by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, and Ken and Jeff are the two co-creators of the Scrum process.

Requirements, Feedback, the Sprint Review & Sprint Retrospective
Hey everybody, how's it going? This is the Requirements, Feedback, the Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective module, and I'll freely admit that this module is a little bit of a catchall. There were a handful of items that I still wanted to talk about that were important enough that I didn't want to skip, but too small to merit their own module, so they're all getting mixed in here at the end. Alright, so what we're going to talk about first, we're going to talk about requirements in Scrum and how those are different. I'm going to show you how to use PowerPoint Storyboarding to create lightweight requirements. We're going to talk about managing and streamlining the feedback process using TFS and the TFS Feedback Client. And then I'm going to wrap up with my thoughts on the Sprint Review and the Sprint Retrospective with Team Foundation Server 2013.