A Free Agile Scrum Course from Penpositive

Today is Feb 11… This date has a significance in what I do professionally

The Agile Manifesto website says
“On February 11-13, 2001, at The Lodge at Snowbird ski resort in the Wasatch mountains of Utah, seventeen people met to talk, ski, relax, and try to find common ground—and of course, to eat.”

9 years after that day I was introduced to Agile and Scrum.. 1O years after being introduced in 2020 I created a 4.5 hours course on Agile Scrum both in English and Malayalam (My Mother Tongue)… Last 1.5 years I sold it online for $99 and people took the online course…

This Year on Feb 11 I decided to make that course available to all FREE through my YouTube Channel. You can watch it in English or Malayalam… It will be delivered in 6 parts over the next few days Feb-11 to Feb-16

Here is how I have structured the course
Part-1 – A Little History
Part-2 – Agile Core Values & Principles
Part-3 – The Preparation
Part-4 – The Planning
Part-5 – The Execution
Part-6 – Agile Scrum in Life

This is mostly aimed for people who are newbies to the concept.. Others can view as well… My goal is to introduce the concepts to as much people as possible because this idea has transformed both my work and personal life… I would also recommend students to take it as it can help in their view of the work place and value and delivery and iterations and so on…

Happy Learning Folks.. and Happy Feb 11th
Be Agile!!!

Here are the Links to both the English and Malayalam Sessions. Get started !!

English Session
Malayalam Session

Categories: Being Agile, Career

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