Created by:  University of Alberta

  • Kenny Wong

    Taught by:  Kenny Wong, Associate Professor

    Computing Science, Faculty of Science
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 1,328 ratings

Great course! Very well written and produced, it will make you understand a lot more about software processes and agile

course content and instructors are very good. easy to understand and there are lot of important points covered in the course

Excellent course

I have read about Agile practices and well aware of the software process models beforehand but this course still managed to teach me a lot more. It was surprisingly to know about the Waterfall model being misunderstood as presented by the author in his paper. Also, I enjoyed the TedX video choices as the course content. It kept things interesting.

One thing that stood out to me was how the delivery of content is ordered to show the differences between different process models and agile practices, in a crystal clear manner. I am taking a lot of good information and can confidently suggest or identify a certain agile practice as a solution. Thank you to all the people who made this course possible!