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AGILE AND SCRUM COMPUTING CLASSES & CERTIFICATION IN TORONTO

Agile Computing Training in Toronto Can Get You Ahead!

Looking for an Agile Computing course in Toronto? Here’s some insight to get you started!

Ranked as the best overall city in the world by The Economist, Toronto is widely regarded as one of Canada’s economic powerhouses. The growing cluster of tech companies between Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo include well known names such as Google, Shopify, Research in Motion and well over 2,000 active tech startups. Now more than ever, it’s important to stay on top of technology trends such as Agile development practises to ensure you aren’t left behind.

Web Age Agile classes are taught at locations throughout the Toronto area, delivered in traditional classroom style format. Online Agile Training is also available in a synchronous instructor led format.

With strong backing and investment from the Canadian government, Toronto has been dubbed one of the fastest growing tech hubs in North America, quickly earning the reputation of ‘Silicon Valley North’. According to research conducted by Expert Report, a U.S. Based B2B marketplace, Berlin, Austin and Toronto rank the top 3 cities for working tech due to massive startup opportunity combined with affordable rent, and salary compared to other tech hub cities like San Francisco.

Agile training will be soon essential for all IT workers as the world becomes more and more digital. Web Age works directly with many Toronto IT employers, and those who have completed Agile courses already will certainly have the competitive edge over those who have not.

What is Agile? Should I attend Toronto Agile classes?

Agile is a group software development and project management processes that allows for changes mid-project and helps teams quickly react to marketplace opportunities and improve performance. Popular Agile methodologies include Extreme Programming (XP), Scrum, Kanban, Crystal, Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM), Lean Development, and Feature-Driven Development (FDD).

The Agile Manifesto, developed in 2001, identifies the highest priority is to meet customer’s needs through early and continuous delivery of valuable software. Key principles include:

  • Self-organizing teams focused on continuous improvement and technical excellence
  • Develop working software frequently
  • Continuous feedback between business and developers throughout the project, welcome changing requirements

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) is an online freely revealed knowledge base of proven success patterns for building software. Supporting the Lean-Agile approach, SAFe promotes the alignment, collaboration, and delivery across large agile teams.

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