The Classes

The Classes

Team # 3: Fall Semester 2014


Below you will see some of the experiences that the Agile/Scrum Course delivers to the students.

The classes are focused on team collaboration with each team “experiencing” all the principles that have been presented by the “Agile Manifesto” delivered by the Agile Alliance. The key Agile Management Framework, SCRUM, is used for this course, with each technique fully experienced by each team member through simulation and role play. The course is very focused, intense and “fun.”

The Agile training industry has determined that “Agility” in Product Development, with our product focus on the development of a Software Product,, is not something to be learned from a book or video. It must be experienced by the practitioner if they wish to achieve a full understanding of the principles laid out in the Agile Manifesto. That is the mandate of our course and the 2 Agile follow-on courses.

A key point to elaborate on here is that our Information Technology industry has created a major misconception among so many of it’s practitioners. And that misconception is this; “Software Development is all about programming.” Absolutely NOT!!

In actuality, Programming is only one phase of the 8 phase Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC). The roles that must play key “parts” in the Life Cycle go all the way from the Business Representative, the Senior I.T. Management Representative, the Business Analyst, to the Implementation Team. All these roles are responsible for the Installation of the product. These roles and all roles in between are essential in the Software Development Process and are included in the “Agile Software Development Process.” And, as such, all of the individuals involved, absolutely require knowledge of “Agile” in the product development process.

This course is built for all these roles and must be experienced by each practitioner if we are to see Success in our industry.


A Quick View Of The Scrum Simulation


The Scrum Simulation is fully experienced by all members of each team. Here is just a quick video glimpse of one of the teams in action during the 2014 Fall Semester. To see detail slide shows for each team by semester, go to the Scrum Simulations Section below towards the end of this page. If the video does not show on your computer, please click on the “Watch On Vimeo” button:

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Current Record Holders of The Marshmallow Challenge.

Record Height – 36″ (actual photo of tower went missing)

Team # 3 – 2013 Fall Semester

Members: (left to right)

  • Elliot Silver
  • Emilio Da Silva
  • David Breddam
  • Hedieh Tavakoli
  • Connor Williams
  • Alex Au

Marshmallow Champs


1st  Runner-Up  Record Holders of The Marshmallow Challenge.

Height – 34 inches”

Team # 3 – 2015 Winter Semester

Members: (left to right having a good time))

  • Mac Guillet (Back to camera)
  • Rami Rigi
  • Jorge Rodriguez
  • Tony Qin



2nd  Runner-Up  Record Holders of The Marshmallow Challenge.

Record Height – 33.25 inches”

Team # 1 – 2015 Winter Semester

Members: (left to right)

  • Kyoko Hata
  • Andrew Grant
  • David Leung
  • Fernando Vicente
  • Vimal Hardat



3rd  Runner-Up  Record Holders of The Marshmallow Challenge.

Record Height – 32.75 inches”

Team # 4 – 2014 Fall Semester

Members: (left to right)

  •  Hazel Siu
  • Serj Shine
  • Vanshika Bobal
  • Lindsay Rudder
  • Daed Al Sahoury




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