The course was extremely informative and useful and I learned a great deal about Agile and Scrum. The two methodologies were treated almost as one, except where clarification was required on exactly what would come up on the exam. This was also true of some examples of common, but useful practice which are not ‘pure Scrum’, such as having a hardening sprint to move product backlog items from ‘done’ to ‘done, done’. It was also excellent for networking, learning from real-world examples and getting ideas on how Scrum can be applied to learning materials development rather than software development, which is obviously my area of interest.
Finally, the course either introduced or expanded my knowledge of a number of other development methodologies including Waterfall (and in particular the philosophical differences between Waterfall and Agile), Kanban and Extreme Programming (XP), and related business practices such as Kaizen and Muda.