Maybe you are familiar with the so-called waterfall method in software development. The objective here is to complete projects on time and within budget with deliverables that meet the requirements identified in the design phase.
The objective of Agile is to deliver the right product that meets the expectations and needs of the users.
The term Agile Management is applied to an iterative, incremental method of managing the design and build activities of engineering, information technology and other business areas that aim to provide new product or service development in a highly flexible and interactive manner. Agile is focused on subsequent releases of a particular product or asset, often a software application, and not limited by a project start and end date like it is typically the case with projects and project management.
The course includes hands-on exercises on how to use things like Scrum, Boards and Repositories. You will learn about Epics, Features and Backlog Items. To make things tangible we will use an open-source software (Weblate) to setup a demo project and simulate a weekly development and localization sprint. (For this, you will be asked to create a free account for the use of Weblate and GitHub)
If you want, you can bring your own resource files; you know, those properties, resx, yaml or json files.😉