Certified Professional for Software Architecture (CPSA®)
The CPSA® Advanced Level Module AGILA – iSAQB® Training Course in Agile Software Architecture
Agile Software Architecture
How do you accomplish effective architecture work in agile teams and projects? What changes in the architecture discipline through the influence of agile principles, agile process models, and agile values?
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How to accomplish effective architecture work in agile teams and projects
In this AGILA module, the participants learn how to design, develop, and further develop software systems and architectures in accordance with agile principles. On the one hand, the module covers the application of agile principles and concepts to architecture work, and on the other hand expedient anchoring of architecture practices in an agile approach.
The development of architectures in projects with self-sufficient teams or shared responsibilities demands new skills and capabilities on the part of developers and architects. These in turn cover technical as well as methodical and also communicative aspects, which are addressed here all theoretically and in practical exercises.
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