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4 treff ( i Oslo ) i Agile programmering
 

2 dager 13 750 kr
Forkunnskaper This workshop is aimed at any person involved in testing within an Agile project. ... [+]
Forkunnskaper This workshop is aimed at any person involved in testing within an Agile project.  Kursinnhold Agile Software Methods is becoming the preferred way of working in most organisations. However testers are often finding it difficult to know how to adapt to the new way of working.  It is often difficult to know how to test User Stories. This workshop will provide participants with the necessary skills to use the following test case design techniques:• Equivalence Partitioning• Boundary Value Analysis • State Transition Testing• Decision Table Testing• Classification Trees• Pairwise Testing and • Domain Analysis testingUtilities and tools will be provided during the workshop to help the tester with some of these techniques. Participants will be asked to bring their user stories with them to be able to apply these techniques. Also Exploratory Testing will be explained and applied to own applications  - producing a variety of testing charters in order to test the user stories with effectiveness and efficiency.   [-]
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Oslo 3 dager 21 000 kr
19 Sep
Visual BI Requirements Gathering and Collaborative Dimensional Modeling Workshop - with Lawrence Corr [+]
Agile Data Warehouse Design with Lawrence Corr   Lawrence Corr is a DW/BI designer and modelstormer who has worked in management information / decision support / business intelligence for more than 25 years and has specialised in data warehouse design since 1996. He has developed, reviewed and enhanced BI solutions within aerospace, insurance, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, engineering, manufacturing, television, financial services, e-commerce and retail, for client in Europe, USA, the Middle East and Africa. Lawrence held the position of data warehouse practice leader at Linc Systems Corporation, CT, USA and vice-president of data warehousing products at Teleran Technologies, NJ, USA. In 2000, he was invited by Ralph Kimball to become an associate and teach data warehousing classes for Kimball University in Europe and South Africa during 2000 and 2001. Nowadays he works completely independently through DecisionOne Consulting, based in the UK, providing agile data consultancy and training worldwide. He is the author of 'Agile Data Warehouse Design: Collaborative Dimensional Modeling, from Whiteboard to Star Schema     Visual BI Requirements Gathering and Collaborative Dimensional Modeling Workshop   Affecto is pleased to present a 3-day workshop tutored by international data warehousing expert and author Lawrence Corr, covering the latest agile techniques for systematically gathering Business Intelligence (BI) requirements and designing effective DW/BI systems.   The course contrasts agile and non-agile DW/BI development and highlights the inherent failings of traditional BI requirements analysis and data modeling. Via class room sessions and team exercises attendees will discover how modelstorming (modeling + brainstorming) data requirements directly with BI stakeholders overcomes these limitations.   Agile techniques emphasise the early and frequent delivery of working software, stakeholder collaboration, responsiveness to change and waste elimination. They have revolutionised application development and are increasingly being adopted by DW/BI teams. This course provides practical tools and techniques for applying agility to the design of DW/BI database schemas – the earliest needed and most important working software for BI.   The course contrasts agile and non-agile DW/BI development and highlights the inherent failings of traditional BI requirements analysis and data modeling. Via class room sessions and team exercises attendees will discover how modelstorming (modeling + brainstorming) data requirements directly with BI stakeholders overcomes these limitations.   Who Should Attend   Business and IT professionals who want to develop better BI solutions faster.   Business analysts, scrum masters, data modelers/architects, DBA’s and application developers, new to DW/BI, will benefit from the solid grounding in dimensional modeling provided.   Experienced DW/BI practitioners will find the course updates their hard-earned industry knowledge with the latest ideas on agile modeling, data warehouse design patterns and business model innovation.   You will learn how to:✲ Model BI requirements with BI stakeholders using inclusive tools and visual thinking techniques✲ Rapidly translate BI requirements into efficient, flexible data warehouse designs✲ Identify and solve common BI problems – before they occur – using dimensional design patterns✲ Plan, design and incrementally develop BI solutions with agility   Workshop Outline   Day 1: Modelstorming – Agile BI Requirements Gathering   Agile Dimensional Modeling Fundamentals✲ BI/DW design requirements, challenges and opportunities: the need for agility✲ Modeling with BI stakeholders: the case for collaborative data modeling✲ Modeling for measurement: the case for dimensional modeling, star schemas, facts & dimensions✲ Thinking dimensional using the 7Ws (who, what, when, where, how many, why & how)✲ Business Event Analysis and Modeling (BEAM✲): an agile approach to dimensional modeling   Dimensional Modelstorming Tools✲ Data stories, themes and BEAM✲ tables: modeling BI data requirements by example✲ Timelines: modeling time and process measurement✲ Hierarchy charts: modeling dimensional drill-downs and rollups✲ Change stories: capturing historical reporting requirements (slowly changing dimension rules)✲ Storyboarding the data warehouse design: matrix planning and estimating for agile BI development✲ The Business Model Canvas: aligning DW/BI design with business model definition and innovation✲ The BI Model Canvas: a systematic approach to BI & star schema design   Day 2: Agile Star Schema Design   Star Schema Design✲ Test-driven design: agile/lean data profiling for validating and improving requirements models✲ Data warehouse reuse: identifying, defining and developing conformed dimensions and facts✲ Balancing ‘just enough design up front’ (JEDUF) and ‘just in time’ (JIT) data modeling✲ Designing flexible, high performance star schemas: maximising the benefits of surrogate keys✲ Refactoring star schemas: responding to change, dealing with data debt✲ Lean (minimum viable) DW documentation: enhanced star schemas, DW matrix   How Much/How Many: Designing facts, measures and KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)✲ Fact types: transactions, periodic snapshots, accumulating snapshots✲ Fact additivity: additive, semi-additive and non-additive measures✲ Fact performance and usability: indexing, partitioning, aggregating and consolidating facts   Day 3: Dimensional Design Patterns   Who & What dimension patterns: customers, employees, products and services✲ Large populations with rapidly changing dimensional attributes: mini-dimensions & customer facts✲ Customer segmentation: business to business (B2B), business to consumer (B2C) dimensions✲ Recursive customer relationships and organisation structures: variable-depth hierarchy maps✲ Current and historical reporting perspectives: hybrid slowly changing dimensions✲ Mixed business models: heterogeneous products/services, diverse attribution, ragged hierarchies✲ Product and service decomposition: component (bill of materials) and product unbundling analysis   When & Where dimension patterns: dates, times and locations✲ Flexible date handling, ad-hoc date ranges and year-to-date analysis✲ Modeling time as dimensions and facts✲ Multinational BI: national languages reporting, multiple currencies, time zones & national calendars✲ Understanding journeys and trajectories: modeling events with multiple geographies   Why & How dimension patterns: cause and effect✲ Causal factors: trigging events, referrals, promotions, weather and exception reason dimensions✲ Fact specific dimensions: transaction and event status descriptions✲ Multi-valued dimensions: bridge tables, weighting factors, impact and 'correctly weighted' analysis✲ Behaviour Tagging: modeling causation and outcome, dimensional overloading, step dimensions            [-]
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Oslo 4 dager 19 000 kr
04 Sep
06 Nov
The course comprises a mixture of input sessions, group exercises and examination based practical work. [+]
Based on the proven fundamentals within DSDM Atern, the certification provides the ability to deliver agile projects in organizations requiring standards, rigor and visibility around Project Management, while at the same time enabling the fast pace, change and empowerment provided by agile. Course and Learning Objectives Following the completion of the course delegates will be able to: Explain how to lay the foundations for successful agile projects Explain how an agile project is managed Clarify the different management styles needed for successful agile projects (compared to “traditional” projects) Provide integration with PRINCE2® The course comprises a mixture of input sessions, group exercises and examination based practical work. All delegates are encouraged to actively participate during the practical sessions to gain the full benefit during the training. During the course, delegates will undertake mock examination and gain feedback on the progress towards eventual success. To prepare effectively for the APMG AgilePM® Foundation and Practitioner exam, delegates should be prepared to undertake revision and exam preparation work in the evening.    Concepts Covered in Foundation:  What is Agile? Choosing an appropriate Agile approach Philosophy, Principles and Project Variables Preparing for Success The DSDM Process The People – DSDM Roles and Responsibilities The DSDM Products Key Practices - Prioritisation and Timeboxing Planning and Control throughout the Lifecycle Concepts Covered in Practitioner:  Roles and Responsibilities - the PM view Agile Project Management – through the lifecycle The Effective Use of the Products Deliver on time – Combining MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing People, Teams and Interactions Requirements and User Stories Estimating – How and When Project Planning through the Lifecycle Quality – Never Compromise Quality Risk management Tailoring the approach   [-]
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2 dager 8 750 kr
Agile Tester is for professionals who are working within Agile environments. This course will take you through all the basic agile testing methods, and make you ready for... [+]
Agile Tester is for professionals who are working within Agile environments.  It is also for professionals who are planning to start implementing Agile methods in the near future, or are working within companies that plan to do so, The certification provides an advantage for those who would like to know the required Agile activities, roles, methods, and methodologies specific to their role. This is for Developers, Testers, Users and Managers [-]
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