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Great class for understanding the basics of Scrum not just for certification.
The class was fun and interactive. The instructor is very knowledgeable on the topic.
Fun and very collaborative learning environment.
Very informative and interactive.
Very interactive and engaging class. Material presentation is both fun and the time goes by fast!
Clear and concise , easy to understand content , lots of activities to explain concepts clearly.
The class is good and informative. I’m glad it wasn’t a powerpoint class.
Really enjoyed each hour of the class. Very well distributed across different topics. Specially covering not only Agile but also modern product development and management concepts like design thinking and human centered development
There are tremendous benefits to Agile Product Management in bringing successful products to life
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