- Motivation and mindset
- Differences from classic to agile requirements engineering
- Agile Manifesto
- Stumbling blocks and prejudices in agile RE
- Overview of agile frameworks
- Core elements of the agile RE
- Overview of agile methods
- Role understanding Product Owner
- Techniques and results
- From vision to user story
- Acceptance criteria
- DoR and DoD
- Organisational aspects
- Product vs. project
- Communication and scaling
Requirements Engineers who deal with agile development and want to successfully apply their techniques in this environment.
Requirements Engineers and Business Analysts who apply established concepts and techniques of agile approaches and want to improve their requirements engineering processes.
Agile development professionals who want to understand the values and benefits of requirements engineering in agile projects.
Professionals for agile development processes who want to improve agile development using established requirements engineering techniques and methods. People from related disciplines - IT managers, testers, developers, architects, and other development professionals who want to understand how to successfully combine requirements engineering and agile approaches in development processes.
We know that you can learn best when you feel good! Therefore, you receive not only a first class training but also an all around-catering and supervision.
The exam must be completed within 40 minutes and covers 22 multiple choice questions. On request non-native speakers may be granted a 10 minute extension. Depending on their difficulty questions are allocated a different number of points. The exam is closed-book: no materials may be used during the examination, with the exception of a language dictionary. To pass the exam, you must achieve at least 70.00 % of the total possible score.
Check if you are well prepared
With appr. 16 questions, the 30 minute online self-assessment serves the purpose of simulating an actual RE@Agile Primer exam.
After a successful online self-assessment you can print a Confirmation of Participation, which is no certificate!