Coaching and Engaging in Global Agile Software Teams
|Tue 14-16||C222||Fabian Fagerholm||30.10.2012-13.11.2012|
|Tue 14-16||D122||Fabian Fagerholm||20.11.2012-04.12.2012|
Registration for this course starts on Tuesday 9th of October at 9.00.
This course combines problem and case based learning techniques to describe and discuss agile software development as a concept, agile methodology in distributed settings, and coaching of agile teams. The main focus isn't on the details of a particular agile process; instead, students will learn how to think and act in an agile fashion.
- Problem #2 presentations are today.
- The deadline for problem #1 submissions is Friday 16.11. Submit your answers on Moodle.
- The deadline for the third week's learning diary is Friday 16.11. Submit your learning diary as a forum post on Moodle.
- The deadline for the second week's learning diary is Friday 9.11. Submit your learning diary as a forum post on Moodle.
- The deadline for the first week's learning diary is Friday 2.11. Submit your learning diary as a forum post on Moodle! You can also find the names of people in your home group on Moodle -- these are the people you will be working with when we have group exercises. Please note that due to some dropouts and new registrations, groups with dropouts have been filled with newly registered students.
- The slides from Jukka's talk are now available in Moodle.
Course Moodle : https://moodle.helsinki.fi/course/view.php?id=8171
Course schedule (topics and speakers may change)
|30.10.2012||Keynote speech||Jukka Talvio, F-Secure||Learning diary (deadline 2.11), online discussion||C222|
Customer discovery in lean startup
|Nilay Oza, University of Helsinki||
Learning diary, online discussion
Global Scrum Simulation game
Fabian Fagerholm, University of Helsinki
|Learning diary, online discussion||C222|
Startups and multisite development
Presentation of problem #2
|Damien Higgins and Mikael Nylund, Twinelab||Learning diary, online discussion||D122|
|27.11.2012||Problem #2 intermediate presentations||Fabian Fagerholm||
Status report on problem #2 (group work)
|04.12.2012||Student presentations of problem #2||Students||
Final report on problem #2 (group work)
For each session, all students must produce material in their learning diary. The material must be published in the learning diary during the same working week as the session (i.e. on Friday of the same week as the session). Students are also expected to comment on each other's diary entries and discuss the topics raised in the diaries. After the last session, students have one week to complete the learning diary, after which new entries will not be considered for grading. These deadlines are firm.
Exercise sessions and final exam
- Fabian Fagerholm (course instructor, M.Sc., Ph.D. student.): fabian.fagerholm (at) cs.helsinki.fi
- Nilay Oza (course instructor, Ph.D.): nilay.oza (at) cs.helsinki.fi
- Max Pagels (course assistant, B.Sc.): max.pagels (at) cs.helsinki.fi