In this workshop, agile experts, Bob Galen and Shaun Bradshaw, discuss skills for developing high performance teams.
Scrum Mastery - Skills for Developing High Performance Teams
Date: June 29, 2017
9:00AM – 5:00PM EST
201 17th Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30363
You’ve achieved a level of experience as a Scrum Master. You may have also earned a CSM or similar certification. But maybe you’re beginning to realize leading and facilitating agile teams is harder in the real world, that creating an environment to empower and foster self-directed teams is a challenge. That and inspiring teams to deliver on the promises (the results) of what agile can be is a moving target.
This 1-day immersion workshop goes beyond the fundamentals to focus on the situational aspects of agile coaching. We’ll explore real world scenarios and mine attendees for specific challenging situations.
We’ll explore those scenarios and discuss your options for handling the most crucial and delicate of situations you’ll experience as your team moves through Agile & Scrum adoption. We’ll also tackle organizational adoption challenges and how to effectively lead your team in regulated, enterprise, and other more challenging environments.
Expect to leave the workshop with the shared experiences, tools, and techniques to lead and inspire your agile teams to greater:
- Quality & Predictability
- Collaboration & Transparency
- Business Value Delivery (Results)
- More Engagement & Fun
This workshop will provide 7 – Scrum Alliance, Category B SEU’s and 7 – PMI, Category B PDU’s
The course is primarily for Scrum Masters and Project Managers leading teams in existing agile organizations. It can also be a useful class for Agile Functional Managers & Directors, Product Owners, and Team Leads. Virtually anyone who is tasked with developing and leading an Agile/Scrum team, while struggling a bit to be an effective Servant Leader.
This workshop is scheduled from 9am – 5pm with a one hour lunch break.
Cancellation policy: We support swaps, but no direct cancellations after April 31’st.
Getting Started with Selenium Automation
In this workshop, Automation experts, Chris Lawson and David Dang, discuss getting started with Selenium Automation.
Date: TBA, 2017
9:00AM – 5:00PM EST
Have you ever wanted to dive into an open source test automation tool but didn’t know where to begin? This one-day course focuses on getting started with developing automated web tests using Selenium. This class is for anyone who would like to learn more about core Selenium capabilities or even those new to automation. A combination of lecture with concrete examples, classroom discussions, and proven techniques provide attendees with a good understanding of what it takes to successfully write Selenium automated tests. This includes basic object oriented programming concepts with JAVA through implementing effective Selenium WebDriver methods.
- What Selenium is and how it can be used in real world scenarios
- Essential object oriented programming constructs necessary for developing basic automated tests
- Core Selenium methods and syntax for programmatically controlling browsers
- Challenges of automated Web testing and approaches for overcoming them
- Key development strategies for creating maintainable automated tests
- Integrating additional open-source tools to enhance automated testing process
- Basic automation framework concepts and design considerations
Selenium overview – Describes the Selenium tool kit with a focus on WebDriver components and how it can be used to programmatically control browsers to facilitate automated web testing.
Basic object oriented concepts – Describes the key object oriented concepts and how they are applied in order to enhance the overall test script development process and improve maintainability of test suites.
Intro to JAVA programming constructs – Describes the essential JAVA constructs necessary to write and execute an automated test.
Core Selenium methods in JAVA syntax – Describes WebDrivers most common methods for interacting with various web elements and how to effectively use them to enable automated testing.
Challenges of automated Web testing – Describes common real-world challenges to automating web pages with dynamic content and specific approaches for overcoming these challenges.
Automated testing development strategies – Describes techniques to organize test code and standard conventions for developing automated tests within a team environment.
Integrating open source tools – Describes ancillary tools necessary to implement a mature automation solution such as improving debugging capabilities, detailed reporting, and controlling test execution flow.
Automation frameworks – Describes test automation framework assumptions, concepts and tools to simplify the automation effort in order to lower maintenance costs and improve overall scalability.