Managing Agile Plone Projects
May 21, 2012
from 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
|Where||Room 121 Smeal Business Building, University Park, PA|
|Contact Name||Sally Kleinfeldt|
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You know written requirements "thrown over the wall" can lead to trouble. You've heard about agile development and you like the idea of iterations and adapting to change. But how can you use agile techniques with a part time team and a project that is part design, part development, and all within a feature-rich CMS environment?
This one day course will show you how. Through a combination of lectures, discussions, and group exercises, you will learn an agile approach to managing a Plone development project.
The class will cover:
- Release planning
- Writing user stories
- Iteration planning
- Defining custom content types
- Integrating designers into the process
- Project management tools
The value of the techniques you will learn are very clear to stakeholders. They get full ownership of the project, choosing exactly what it will deliver at every step along the way, and getting the system they envisioned at the end.
Managers, team leaders, project managers, anyone responsible for a CMS development project.
Basic familiarity with content management systems.