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    70-497: Software Testing with Visual Studio

    +Software Testing with Visual Studio: Manage Test Cases
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    Advanced Agile Management Methods

    Basic agile project management certification shows that the candidate understands how to use agile management techniques to manage projects in corporate environments. Yet, not all projects are created equal: some require a higher level of nuanced understanding of the application agile management techniques plus familiarity with more advanced topics such as organizational governance of agile projects including agile in a CMMI environment, scaling agile projects, agile contracting, agile fixed price projects, and more; advanced agile metrics including earned business value, agile earned value, running tested features, budget burn, and agile balanced scorecards; agile reporting and communications (kanban boards, agile documentation, dealing with distributed teams); and agile adoption with a team or within the enterprise.
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    Advanced Business Analysis

    This course is for business analysts looking to improve the way they elicit, analyze, document and communicate requirements. Using the proven case study model, participants explore two approaches to requirements modeling: the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and Information Engineering. Participants discover how modeling can help them make requirements decisions earlier in the system development life cycle, thus enhancing requirements quality and completeness. Data models, use cases, requirements traceability and prioritization are covered in depth. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Advanced Project Management

    This workshop gives seasoned project managers the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully manage increasingly complex project issues to meet desired goals and objectives. Assuming a mastery of project planning, this workshop extends skills to the remaining project management processes covering areas such as avoiding mistakes when executing and controlling a project, dealing with evolving stakeholder expectations, using trend analysis to measure project performance and improving project outcomes. PDUs: 24 credits. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Advanced Rational Functional Tester v7.0

    This two-day course is designed for testing professionals already familiar with Java programming and the fundamentals of IBM Rational Functional Tester. The course explores advanced tool use through Java programming. In addition to class lecture, students will complete lab exercises to reinforce critical tool and language concepts, and gain hands-on experience guided by an expert instructor. This course is designed for anyone already familiar with both Functional Tester and Java programming and wants exposure to advanced techniques with the tool as applied to functional GUI testing. For other Software quality and testing courses please visit
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    Agile BA Basics

    Many organizations are starting to reap rewards from adding agile methods to their development practices. One of the roles most impacted by switching to an agile approach is the business analyst. Requirements are captured and documented differently on agile projects using novel techniques such as backlogs and user stories and by making extensive use of agile requirements modeling practices. Additionally, requirements are first captured at a broad, abstract level, prioritized using a 3-step approach, and then explored more deeply in cycles according to their priority.
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    Agile Boot Camp: Practitioner`s Workshop to Pragmatic Real-World Adoption

    You will put the knowledge, skills, tools and techniques you are taught to work. The classroom will be divided into Agile teams and your expert instructor will drive each team through the Agile process from Vision to Daily planning and execution.
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    Agile Bootcamp for Executives and Senior Managers

    With the widespread adoption of agile project delivery methods within our organizations, project teams and project managers work in new, innovative ways to avoid waste and to be more flexible to changes raised during the project. Most agile training focuses on the project managers and the people on the team designing and building the deliverables. But where does that leave executives and senior managers? What are the benefits – and risks – of taking an agile delivery approach? What projects are best suited to agile methods, and what are the implications for project governance processes? And finally, what are the lessons learned by other organizations that have tried to adopt agile and how do we avoid reinventing the wheel? This one-day course helps executives and senior managers answers these common questions through a series of lectures, group discussions, and case study activities.
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    Agile Business Stakeholder Basics

    When agile has been selected as a delivery approach, it has far-reaching impacts in the organization beyond just the project delivery team. One of the groups impacted are the business stakeholders who will be working with the agile delivery team. Aimed at these business stakeholders, this e-learning module addresses questions such as "How does my role change in an agile delivery approach?" and "What do I need to do differently?" The session addresses specific agile processes that business stakeholders need to be engaged in as well as cultural/behavioural changes expected of all agile participants. This course uses sound. Please have computer speakers or a headset ready.
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    Agile Development with Scrum

    This 2-day course assures students understand what adopting Scrum will mean for their organization and themselves, and to make passing Certified Scrum Master training a certainty. The course begins with the concepts and terminology of iterative development: developing and delivering portions of a total product according to a well-defined schedule and partitioning of product features. The business case for iterative development is thoroughly covered. For other Software Engineering classes please visit
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    Agile Documentation Best Practices

    Tired of wasting time creating documents that no one will ever read? Spending hours fussing with documents to make them “perfect” only to find out that they didn’t include the right content? Spinning your wheels updating documents to keep them current? Modern agile management practices propose techniques to operate our businesses more efficiently, to be responsive to changing needs, and to greatly improve our throughput. Agile Documentation is composed of a set of practices that will help you document only the necessary things, in the most efficient way, for exactly the right audience, and in a way that minimizes ongoing updates. This e-learning course will teach you how to save time and money while still producing quality documents, the agile way. This course uses sound. Please have computer speakers or a headset ready.
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    Agile Executive Awareness

    As more and more project teams start to talk about using agile methods to improve delivery success, project sponsors and other business stakeholders get nervous about adopting this new approach. They commonly raise concerns such as: - "Is agile mainstream or is it just the next fad?" - "How will agile affect the project budget and timeline?" - "How do we know if agile is right for us?" This e-learning module is aimed at project sponsors, executives, senior managers, and other business stakeholders to help them understand what have been the experiences of companies who have already adopted agile, what are adoption statistics telling us, what adoption approaches are being used, what are some lessons learned from adopting agile. This course uses sound. Please have computer speakers or a headset ready.
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    Agile PM Bootcamp

    Whether in government or private industry, project managers face a huge challenge when confronted with continually-changing requirements. How can you plan when the things keep changing? Traditional project management approaches suggest that we take a snapshot of the requirements as a baseline, and then use change control in an attempt to minimize the impact of any shifting requirements. Sometimes, however, these changes are a reality that the project sponsor has to accommodate. The new Agile Project Management methods help deal with these situations. Participants in this one-day workshop will learn the techniques of Agile Project Management through simulations and examples from real-world projects that used these methods to control changing requirements.
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    Agile Project Delivery for Functional Managers

    With the widespread adoption of agile project delivery methods within our organizations, project teams and project managers work in new, innovative ways to avoid waste and to be more flexible to changes raised during the project. Most agile training focuses on the project managers, sponsor or client business-unit representative, and the people on the team designing and building the deliverables. But where does that leave functional and middle managers? How does their role change when people in their departments are working on agile projects? This half-day course helps functional and middle managers understand how the use of agile within their departments will affect them, how they need to behave differently, and the benefits to be achieved by doing so. It assumes that participants have no prior knowledge of agile delivery methods.
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    Agile Project Management Certification Workshop (PMI-ACP)

    This class not only prepares you to lead your next Agile project effort, but ensures that you`re prepared to pass the PMI-ACP certification exam.
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    Agile Requirements Management

    This session focuses on the actions, artifacts, and deliverables that need to take place in order to produce requirements that fully represent business value and the needs of stakeholders in an effective and efficient fashion. While the Product Backlog is owned by the Product Owner, the requirements management process is facilitated and practically led by team members with business analysis skills, or by an individual with the title (and the skills) of a Business Analyst. This dynamic, interactive and hands-on session covers the entire requirements management process in agile projects, including exploring the difference between agile and waterfall requirements, applying concepts that help write effective user stories, supporting the process with various models and use cases, discussing agile planning, prioritization and backlog maintenance, and covering the requirements validation process through the demo and the iteration review.
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    Biostatistics for the Non-Statistician 2017

    Statistics is a useful decision making tool in the clinical research arena. When working in a field where a p-value can determine the next steps on development of a drug or procedure, it is imperative that decision makers understand the theory and application of statistics. Many statistical softwares are now available to professionals. However, these softwares were developed for statisticians and can often be daunting to non-statisticians. How do you know if you are pressing the right key, let alone performing the best test? Read More:
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    Bringing Business Solutions to Life

    From core fundamentals and technical design to quality assurance and implementation, Bringing Business Solutions to Life helps Business Analysts master all the important processes they are likely to encounter when launching new systems. This two-day workshop begins by reviewing the Business Analyst’s role throughout the entire lifecycle of a project, and then fills in all the important details. Every key theme along the way is taught using an experiential approach, including how Business Analysts can participate more effectively in the implementation process; For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Business Analysis Overview

    This one-day workshop aims to provide a realistic and interactive overview of what business analysis is, and what a business analyst does in the framework of defining system solutions. This workshop will use a case study approach to allow participants to perform a current state analysis to identify the “as is” situation, interview users to elicit requirements about the “future state”, and write requirements for the solution. In order to perform these exercises, the workshop will cover such topics as procedure analysis and activity (swim lane) diagrams, interviewing techniques, and the attributes of quality requirements. Participants will work in teams to complete the exercises and receive peer review of their work. PDUs = 8. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Business Systems Analysis And Design

    In this comprehensive seminar, you'll cover the entire development process--from identifying issues that need to be addressed by business systems defining business needs and refining clearly specifying deliverables.