Certified Agile Hardware Practitioner (CAHP)The Scrum framework provides effective techniques for planning, tracking, and managing product-development work. While Scrum originated in the world of software product development, it is also applicable to the development of hardware products, or products that have both hardware and software components. The benefits Scrum provides for hardware development include improved visibility into the status of work and plans, flexibility to change course quickly in response to changes in business environment or internal needs, and improved collaboration within and across development teams and stakeholders. This class provides a solid introduction to Scrum with a focus on hardware development. It presents an introduction to the Scrum framework, and covers all of the fundamental Scrum practices and techniques required for a Scrum Team to plan and execute a Sprint successfully. The focus is always on practical solutions and applicability to real-world product development. The mixture of lecture, exercises, and discussion periods provides a solid foundation for success.
About Agile for Hardware:For many large enterprises, the alignment of hardware and software processes are critical in managing a stable Agile environment, for others, increased visibility, predictability and responding quickly to business changes is critical. Typically, Agile is only utilized for software, making changes in hardware development come at a higher cost. Fortunately, that does not have to be the case. We have found that the benefits of Agile are not only achieved through software development, but by hardware as well. Or, in other words, Agile can be done in, and is valuable to, hardware development.
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CertificationUpon completion of this course, students will be instructed to take the CAHP online test. Upon completing and passing this test, students will become a Certified Agile Hardware Practitioner.
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