Systems design and development training courses
Systems have several implications, which usually involves taking orders on a computer, writing a structured specification of the system, implementating the system design, programming, testing and deploying it. The work is traditionally under different methodologies, each with their pros and cons.
Systems Development Training Courses are designed to provide delegates with fundamental skills and knowledge of systems development, and often focus on systems investigation and quality assurance as these underpin all successful system development work. Systems Development courses often incorporate Agile into their content to help delegates understand how theey can organise their systems development. Training courses are designed for a variety of delegates and often include generic lifecycle types, methods and approaches.
Other courses explore the fundamental differences between object-oriented and structured systems development, and focus on the basic principles of agile systems development and how a commitment to software package implementation changes the structure of the systems development approach.
Open / Scheduled Systems Development courses
In House Systems Development training
Distance Learning Systems Development courses
Agile Systems training courses
Agile Systems is a generic term for a number of systems development methods that can be used in software development, also known as agile methods. The methods are essentially the same values, principles and approaches. Compared to previous waterfall models represent the more flexible ways of working, in that it means smooth, nimble, agile.
Agile systems development means that during the intense dialogue with customers and incremental software development in parallel and in dialogue with the client operating system. It is often seen as a further development of the Waterfall method. The basic ideas behind Agile is based on making the customer / user satisfied with what has been developed through very close cooperation throughout the development period with frequent and regular meetings between the developer and the purchaser / recipient. The work is done incrementally and iteratively, which means that regular smaller deliveries are made and that things are continuing evaluated and can be modified to meet new demands and requirements. The agile approach is based on the belief that it is more often the people and communication tools and formal documents that solve problems during development.
Another key philosophy is to minimize the risk that a large part of a system is in an unfinished state and can not deliver benefits. This enables decision makers to gain a better basis for decisions to add further resources to a project. In an agile system development are several methods and techniques, such as RUP (Rational Unified Process).
Agile training courses cover a number of the following "agile methods":
- Feature Driven Development (FDD)
- Adaptive Software Development
- Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
- Extreme Programming (XP)
- Lean Software Development
- Nightly Build
Agile training courses
Agile Project Management training courses
Scrum training courses
Scrum is a methodology for system created by Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber. The word "scrum" comes from rugby and is there a moment when the ball comes into play. Rugby was used as a parable of the Japanese management researchers Hirotaka Takeuchi and Nonaka Ikujiro to describe a particular style of development. In rugby-like development work cross-functional teams to finish the product in the same way as a rugby team playing together to bring the ball up the plan. This type of work contrasted Nonaka and Takeuchi by more baton-like processes. They completed the work of the functional phases with clear communications between the groups when the work is going from one phase to another.
Scrum has been applied since the early 1990s and was formalized 1995th Scrum is a way to distribute tasks over time with sustained focus on delivering business benefits. There are many roles in Scrum, and delegates require training to ensure they are prepared and can successfully fulfil their role as a member of the team.
Scrum training courses