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    SSM Certification Course Overview

    This SAFe Scrum Master Certification training in Saint Louis exposes you to the concepts of a Scaled Agile Framework organisation, planning and execution of programme increments. The SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis will teach to create high-performing Agile teams and implement Agile at scale development principles.

    Skills Covered

    • Scrum in a SAFe Enterprise
    • Perform the role of Scrum Master
    • Facilitate Scrum Events
    • Facilitate Iteration Planning
    • Support Effective Program
    • Coach Agile Teams
    • Support DevOps Implementation
    • Build a High Performing Team

    Benefits

    SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis specialists can make up to $120,000 per year. SSM specialists are in high demand and the companies are hiring Scrum Masters with SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis. It showcases to employees that they have the experience and skills.

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    • Hiring Companies
    • Annual Salary
      $78KMin
      $97KAverage
      $132KMax
      Source: Glassdoor
      Hiring Companies
      Airbus hiring for Scrum Master professionals in Saint Louis
      Amdocs hiring for Scrum Master professionals in Saint Louis
      Accenture hiring for Scrum Master professionals in Saint Louis
      JPMorgan Chase hiring for Scrum Master professionals in Saint Louis
      IBM hiring for Scrum Master professionals in Saint Louis
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    • Annual Salary
      $72KMin
      $94KAverage
      $121KMax
      Source: Glassdoor
      Hiring Companies
      Google hiring for Product Owner professionals in Saint Louis
      Amdocs hiring for Product Owner professionals in Saint Louis
      Bosch hiring for Product Owner professionals in Saint Louis
      Apple hiring for Product Owner professionals in Saint Louis
      Amazon hiring for Product Owner professionals in Saint Louis
      Cognizant hiring for Product Owner professionals in Saint Louis
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    • Annual Salary
      $46KMin
      $66KAverage
      $107KMax
      Source: Glassdoor
      Hiring Companies
      Amazon hiring for Project Manager professionals in Saint Louis
      IBM hiring for Project Manager professionals in Saint Louis
      Netflix hiring for Project Manager professionals in Saint Louis
      Cisco hiring for Project Manager professionals in Saint Louis
      Microsoft hiring for Project Manager professionals in Saint Louis
      Adobe hiring for Project Manager professionals in Saint Louis
      Oracle hiring for Project Manager professionals in Saint Louis
      Source: Indeed
    • Annual Salary
      $46KMin
      $66KAverage
      $107KMax
      Source: Glassdoor
      Hiring Companies
      IBM hiring for Project Management Officer (PMO) professionals in Saint Louis
      Capgemini hiring for Project Management Officer (PMO) professionals in Saint Louis
      Amdocs hiring for Project Management Officer (PMO) professionals in Saint Louis
      Amazon hiring for Project Management Officer (PMO) professionals in Saint Louis
      Accenture hiring for Project Management Officer (PMO) professionals in Saint Louis
      Vodafone hiring for Project Management Officer (PMO) professionals in Saint Louis
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    Training Options

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    Customized to your team's needs

    • Flexible pricing & billing options
    • Private cohorts available
    • Training progress dashboards
    • Skills assessment & benchmarking
    • Platform integration capabilities
    • Dedicated customer success manager

    Course Curriculum

    Eligibility

    Scrum Masters, team leads, managers, Train Engineers, product owners, and developers, both new and experienced, will benefit from the SAFe Scrum Master Certification training in Saint Louis. To become a Scrum master, most job descriptions stipulate that applicants have a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related discipline. For SAFe Scrum Master Certification training in Saint Louis, prior Agile software development experience is required.
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    Pre-requisites

    There are no requirements for this SAFe Scrum Master Certification training in Saint Louis, regardless of prior experience. However, there are some strong suggestions for those wanting to take the SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis exam. The SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis covers Agile concepts and principles, as well as Scrum, Kanban, and eXtreme Programming (XP) and working knowledge of software and hardware development processes.
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    Course Content

    • SAFe Scrum Master

      Preview
      • Lesson 01: Introducing Scrum in SAFe

        • Basic Agile Development Concepts
        • Scrum Basics
        • The Agile Team in a SAFe Enterprise
      • Lesson 02: Characterizing the role of the Scrum Master

        • Responsibilities of the Scrum Master
        • Characteristics of an Effective Scrum Master
        • High-performing Teams
        • Team Events
        • Coach the Agile Team Using Powerful Questions
        • Collaborate with Other Teams
        • Resolve Team Conflicts
      • Lesson 03: Experiencing PI planning

        • PI Planning Basics
        • Draft PI Plans
        • Final Plans and Business Value
        • Final Plan Review and PI Objectives
        • Facilitating PI Planning
      • Lesson 04: Facilitating Iteration execution

        • Plan the Iteration
        • Track the Iteration Progress
        • Refine the Backlog
        • Facilitate the Iteration Review
        • Facilitate Relentless improvement
        • Support DevOps and Release on Demand
      • Lesson 05: Finishing the Planning Interval (PI)

        • Coach the IP Iteration
        • Prepare the Team for the Inspect and Adapt Event
      • Lesson 06: Coaching the Agile team

        • Techniques for Coaching the Agile Teams
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    • Agile Scrum Foundation

      Preview
      • Lesson 00 - Course Introduction

        05:00Preview
        • 0.1 Course Introduction
          05:00
      • Lesson 01 - Agile Scrum Concepts

        11:30Preview
        • 1.1 Agile Scrum Concepts
          11:30
        • 1.2 Quiz
      • Lesson 02 - Roles and Rituals

        10:41Preview
        • 2.1 Roles and Rituals
          10:41
        • 2.2 Quiz
      • Lesson 03 - Scrum Practices

        12:36
        • 3.1 Scrum Practices
          12:36
        • 3.2 Scenario — 1 Stand-up Meeting
        • 3.3 Quiz
      • Lesson 04 - Scrum Planning

        11:45Preview
        • 4.1 Scrum Planning
          11:45
        • 4.2 Quiz
      • Lesson 05 - Scrum Estimations

        11:28
        • 5.1 Scrum Estimations
          11:28
        • 5.2 Scenario — 2 Planning Poker
        • 5.3 Quiz
      • Lesson 06 - Scrum Monitoring

        06:56
        • 6.1 Scrum Monitoring
          06:56
        • 6.2 Quiz
      • Lesson 07 - Advanced Scrum Concepts

        12:47Preview
        • 7.1 Advanced Scrum Concepts
          12:47
        • 7.2 Quiz
      • Lesson 08 - Scrum Overview

        03:14
        • 8.1 Scrum Overview
          03:14
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    • CAPM® Certification Course

      Preview
      • Lesson 01 - Introduction

        13:59Preview
        • 1.01 Introduction to CAPM
          13:11
        • 1.02 Key Takeaways
          00:48
      • Lesson 02 - Introduction to Project Management

        50:54Preview
        • 2.01 Introduction to Project Management
          09:51
        • 2.02 Project Management Process Groups
          06:29
        • 2.03 Project Management Processes
          10:44
        • 2.04 Process Groups ITTO
          17:36
        • 2.05 Portfolios Programs Stakeholders
          06:14
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 03 - Project Environment

        17:22
        • 3.01 Project Environment
          17:22
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 04 - Role of the Project Manager

        25:35Preview
        • 4.01 Role of the Project Manager
          06:38
        • 4.02 Code of Ethics
          18:57
      • Lesson 05 - Project Integration Management

        56:07Preview
        • 5.01 Project Integration Management
          13:45
        • 5.02 Project Integration Management Knowledge Areas
          14:30
        • 5.03 Direct and Manage Project Work
          16:28
        • 5.04 Perform Integrated Change Control
          11:24
        • 5.05 Scenario 1 Project Integration Management
        • 5.06 Scenario 2 Project Integration Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 06 - Project Scope Management

        39:09
        • 6.01 Project Scope Management
          10:58
        • 6.02 Project Scope Management in Planning Process Group
          18:06
        • 6.03 Project Scope Management in Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
          10:05
        • 6.04 Scenario 3 Project Scope Management
        • 6.05 Scenario 4 Project Scope Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 07 - Project Schedule Management

        46:21
        • 7.01 Project Schedule Management
          12:27
        • 7.02 Project Schedule Management Processes
          15:33
        • 7.03 Schedule Network Analysis Techniques
          18:21
        • 7.04 Scenario 5 Project Schedule Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 08 - Project Cost Management

        34:50Preview
        • 8.01 Project Cost Management
          16:51
        • 8.02 Earned Value Management
          17:59
        • 8.03 Scenario 6 Project Cost Management
        • 8.04 Scenario 7 Project Cost Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 09 - Project Quality Management

        32:58
        • 9.01 Project Quality Management
          09:45
        • 9.02 Project Quality Management Processes
          12:59
        • 9.03 Quality Tools
          10:14
        • 9.04 Scenario 8 Project Quality Management
        • 9.05 Scenario 9 Project Quality Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 10 - Project Resource Management

        46:02Preview
        • 10.01 Project Resource Management
          30:56
        • 10.02 Team Dynamics
          08:59
        • 10.03 Organizational Theories and Leadership Styles
          06:07
        • 10.04 Scenario 10 Project Resource Management
        • 10.05 Scenario 11 Project Resource Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 11 - Project Communications Management

        20:48
        • 11.01 Project Communications Management
          08:19
        • 11.02 Project Communications Management Processes
          12:29
        • 11.03 Scenario 12 Project Communications Management
        • 11.04 Scenario 13 Project Communications Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 12 - Project Risk Management

        40:11Preview
        • 12.01 Project Risk Management
          16:16
        • 12.02 Project Risk Management Processes
          23:55
        • 12.03 Scenario 14 Project Risk Management
        • 12.04 Scenario 15 Project Risk Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 13 - Project Procurement Management

        30:42
        • 13.01 Project Procurement Management
          18:21
        • 13.02 Project Procurement Management Processes
          12:21
        • 13.03 Scenario 16 Project Procurement Management
        • Quiz
      • Lesson 14 - Project Stakeholder Management

        21:59
        • 14.01 Project Stakeholder Management
          10:37
        • 14.02 Project Stakeholder Management Processes
          11:22
        • 14.03 Scenario 17 Project Stakeholder Management
        • 14.04 Scenario 18 Project Stakeholder Management
        • Quiz
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    • Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®

      Preview
      • Lesson 1: Course Introduction

        16:42Preview
        • 0.1 Course Introduction
          03:36
        • 0.2 Eligibility Requirements
          05:36
        • 0.3 Certification Fees and Renewal
          05:30
        • 0.4 About Our Course
          02:00
      • Lesson 2: Agile Principles and Mindset - Part 1

        25:18Preview
        • 1.01 Agile Principles and Mindset - Part One
          00:41
        • 1.02 Introduction to Agile
          03:06
        • 1.03 Agile Engineering Practices
          02:35
        • 1.04 The Agile Manifesto
          01:36
        • 1.05 Agile Manifesto Explained
          02:25
        • 1.06 Principles of Agile Manifesto
          02:17
        • 1.07 Applying the Principles of Agile Manifesto
          01:43
        • 1.08 Agile Core Principles and Practices
          03:41
        • 1.09 Benefits of Agile
          02:56
        • 1.10 Project Life Cycle Characteristics
          03:46
        • 1.11 Key Takeaways
          00:32
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 3: Agile Principles and Mindset - Part 2

        52:31Preview
        • 2.01 Agile Principles and Mindset - Part Two
          00:48
        • 2.02 Agile Methodologies
          01:36
        • 2.03 Agile Mindset
          02:45
        • 2.04 Where to Apply Agile
          01:06
        • 2.05 Meaning of Scrum
          01:06
        • 2.06 Features of Scrum
          02:15
        • 2.07 Three Pillars of Scrum
          02:25
        • 2.08 Scrum Roles
          00:55
        • 2.09 Key Terms of Scrum
          02:40
        • 2.10 Scrum Meetings
          02:31
        • 2.11 Scrum: An Empirical Process
          02:05
        • 2.12 Extreme Programming
          02:45
        • 2.13 Extreme Programming Practices - Part A
          01:36
        • 2.14 Extreme Programming Practices - Part B
          01:28
        • 2.15 Roles in Extreme Programming
          02:03
        • 2.16 Process Diagram of XP
          02:01
        • 2.17 Crystal Method
          00:30
        • 2.18 Properties of Crystal Method
          03:04
        • 2.19 Key Categories of Crystal Method - Part A
          03:40
        • 2.20 Key Categories of Crystal Method - Part B
          00:47
        • 2.21 Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
          00:29
        • 2.22 Basic Principles of Atern
          02:41
        • 2.23 Planning Philosophy in DSDM
          00:57
        • 2.24 DSDM Techniques
          02:21
        • 2.25 DSDM Phases
          01:43
        • 2.26 Feature-Driven Development
          01:05
        • 2.27 Agile Project Management
          03:22
        • 2.28 Key Takeaways
          01:47
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 4: Value-Driven Delivery - Part 1

        30:52Preview
        • 3.01 Value-Driven Delivery - Part One
          00:56
        • 3.02 Quantifying Customer Value
          01:53
        • 3.03 Time Value of Money
          02:03
        • 3.04 Time Value of Money: Example
          01:29
        • 3.05 The Financial Feasibility of Projects
          00:55
        • 3.06 Return on Investment ROI
          00:36
        • 3.07 Net Present Value (NPV)
          02:19
        • 3.08 Net Present Value (NPV): Example
          02:41
        • 3.09 Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
          01:21
        • 3.10 Payback Period
          00:41
        • 3.11 Payback Period: Example
          03:07
        • 3.12 Prioritization of Functional Requirements
          03:19
        • 3.13 MoSCoW
          01:40
        • 3.14 Kano Model
          01:29
        • 3.15 Relative Weighting
          02:25
        • 3.16 Prioritization of Non-Functional Requirements
          01:35
        • 3.17 Risk Management in Agile
          01:28
        • 3.18 Key Takeaways
          00:55
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 5: Value-Driven Delivery - Part 2

        23:27Preview
        • 4.01 Value-Driven Delivery - Part Two
          00:48
        • 4.02 Minimal Viable Product
          00:43
        • 4.03 Project Planning Using MVP
          03:11
        • 4.04 Agile Compliance
          00:35
        • 4.05 Key Drivers of Agile Compliance
          00:33
        • 4.06 Incremental Delivery
          00:58
        • 4.07 Review and Feedback
          02:02
        • 4.08 Earned Value Management
          02:31
        • 4.09 Earned Value Metrics
          03:02
        • 4.10 Earned Value Metrics: Example
          02:17
        • 4.11 Agile Contracts: Components
          00:55
        • 4.12 Agile Contracting Methods
          00:30
        • 4.13 Fixed-Price or Fixed-Scope Contract
          00:26
        • 4.14 Time and Materials (T and M) Contract
          00:29
        • 4.15 T and M with Fixed Scope and Cost Ceiling
          00:31
        • 4.16 T and M with Variable Scope and Cost Ceiling
          00:27
        • 4.17 Bonus or Penalty Clauses
          00:51
        • 4.18 Rolling Agile Contracts
          00:35
        • 4.19 Terms Used in Agile Contracts
          00:53
        • 4.20 Key Takeaways
          01:10
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 6: Stakeholder Engagement - Part 1

        20:45Preview
        • 5.01 Stakeholder Engagement - Part One
          00:43
        • 5.02 Stakeholder Management
          02:04
        • 5.03 Project Charter
          01:22
        • 5.04 Understanding Stakeholder Needs
          00:39
        • 5.05 Agile Wireframes
          01:27
        • 5.06 User Story
          03:11
        • 5.07 Story Card Information
          02:30
        • 5.08 Agile Personas
          03:04
        • 5.09 Theme and Epic
          02:21
        • 5.10 Agile Story Maps
          01:27
        • 5.11 Community and Stakeholder Values
          01:16
        • 5.12 Key Takeaways
          00:41
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 7: Stakeholder Engagement - Part 2

        25:18Preview
        • 6.01 Stakeholder Engagement - Part Two
          00:51
        • 6.02 Community Management
          01:14
        • 6.03 Communication and Knowledge Sharing
          00:56
        • 6.04 Social Media Communication
          01:17
        • 6.05 Information Radiators
          00:38
        • 6.06 Burnup and Burndown Charts
          03:02
        • 6.07 Kanban or Task Board
          00:49
        • 6.08 Impediment Logs
          00:46
        • 6.09 Characteristics of Information Radiators
          01:06
        • 6.10 Agile Modeling
          01:47
        • 6.11 Active Listening
          00:30
        • 6.12 Key Elements of Active Listening
          00:59
        • 6.13 Globalization Diversity and Cultural Sensitivity
          01:24
        • 6.14 Cultural Diversity Issues: Recommendations
          01:20
        • 6.15 Agile Facilitation Methods
          02:24
        • 6.16 Agile Negotiation and Conflict Management
          02:28
        • 6.17 Five Levels of Conflict
          02:48
        • 6.18 Key Takeaways
          00:59
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 8: Team Performance - Part 1

        13:07Preview
        • 7.01 Team Performance - Part One
          00:41
        • 7.02 Features and Composition of Agile Teams
          02:59
        • 7.03 Stages of Agile Team Formation
          01:19
        • 7.04 High Performance Teams
          01:27
        • 7.05 Generalizing Specialist
          01:05
        • 7.06 Team Responsibility
          01:53
        • 7.07 Self-Organization
          02:52
        • 7.08 Key Takeaways
          00:51
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 9: Team Performance - Part 2

        36:11Preview
        • 8.01 Team Performance - Part Two
          00:48
        • 8.02 Agile Leadership
          01:00
        • 8.03 Best Practices of Agile Leadership
          00:58
        • 8.04 Management vs Leadership
          00:58
        • 8.05 Servant Leadership
          01:16
        • 8.06 Coaching and Mentoring
          00:35
        • 8.07 Agile Coaching
          02:16
        • 8.08 Agile Emotional Intelligence
          01:46
        • 8.09 Team Motivation
          00:37
        • 8.10 Maslow’s Theory
          04:31
        • 8.11 Frederick Herzberg's Theory
          00:56
        • 8.12 McClelland's Theory
          01:20
        • 8.13 Boehm's Theory
          00:45
        • 8.14 Team Space
          01:47
        • 8.15 Co-Located Teams
          00:36
        • 8.16 Distributed Teams
          01:03
        • 8.17 Co-Located vs. Distributed Teams
          01:47
        • 8.18 Osmotic Communication
          00:29
        • 8.19 Team Collaboration and Coordination
          01:23
        • 8.20 Collaboration Technology
          00:44
        • 8.21 Communication Gap-Example One
          02:35
        • 8.22 Communication Gap-Example Two
          01:21
        • 8.23 Brainstorming Sessions
          01:18
        • 8.24 Team Velocity
          01:36
        • 8.25 Velocity-Example One
          00:36
        • 8.26 Velocity-Example Two
          00:53
        • 8.27 Sample Velocity Chart
          00:34
        • 8.28 Agile Tools
          00:39
        • 8.29 Key Takeaways
          01:04
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 10: Adaptive Planning - Part 1

        32:03Preview
        • 9.01 Adaptive Planning - Part One
          00:53
        • 9.02 Planning Philosophy
          02:11
        • 9.03 Aligning Agile Projects
          01:37
        • 9.04 Rolling Wave Planning
          01:33
        • 9.05 Timeboxing
          00:56
        • 9.06 Best Practices of Timeboxing
          01:01
        • 9.07 Advantages of Timeboxing
          01:25
        • 9.08 Agile Estimation
          01:49
        • 9.09 Story Points
          02:41
        • 9.10 Assigning Story Points
          02:19
        • 9.11 Story Points Estimation
          02:24
        • 9.12 Story Points Estimation Scale: Example
          01:01
        • 9.13 Value Points
          00:47
        • 9.14 Ideal Days
          01:25
        • 9.15 Story Points vs. Ideal Days
          01:30
        • 9.16 Wideband Delphi Technique
          01:58
        • 9.17 Planning Poker
          01:05
        • 9.18 Planning Poker: Example
          01:37
        • 9.19 Affinity Estimation
          02:31
        • 9.20 Key Takeaways
          01:20
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 11: Adaptive Planning - Part 2

        32:12Preview
        • 10.1 Adaptive Planning - Part Two
          00:49
        • 10.2 Project Size Estimation
          02:20
        • 10.3 Release Plan
          01:57
        • 10.4 Release Plan: Example
          02:51
        • 10.5 Iteration Plan
          02:43
        • 10.6 Types of Iteration Planning
          02:23
        • 10.7 Iteration Lifecycle: Example
          01:49
        • 10.8 Release Plan vs. Iteration Plan
          01:02
        • 10.9 Agile Product Roadmap
          02:07
        • 10.10 Backlog Refinement - Part Two
          01:52
        • 10.11 Value-Based Analysis and Decomposition
          01:28
        • 10.12 Agile Cone of Uncertainty
          02:39
        • 10.13 Velocity Variations
          01:17
        • 10.14 Sprint Reviews
          01:40
        • 10.15 Sprint Retrospectives
          01:19
        • 10.16 Mid-Course Corrections
          02:56
        • 10.17 Key Takeaways
          01:00
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 12: Problem Detection and Resolution - Part 1

        24:27Preview
        • 11.1 Problem Detection and Resolution - Part One
          00:52
        • 11.2 Agile Problem Detection
          01:17
        • 11.3 Problem Detection Techniques
          00:24
        • 11.4 Fishbone Diagram
          01:41
        • 11.5 Five Whys Technique
          01:50
        • 11.6 Control Charts
          01:16
        • 11.7 Lead Time and Cycle Time
          01:22
        • 11.8 Kanban
          01:39
        • 11.9 Kanban Process
          00:44
        • 11.10 Example of Kanban Board
          01:49
        • 11.11 Work In Progress
          02:12
        • 11.12 Managing Constraints
          01:51
        • 11.13 Little’s Law
          01:24
        • 11.14 Escaped Defects
          02:23
        • 11.15 Agile Problem Solving
          02:47
        • 11.16 Key Takeaways
          00:56
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 13: Problem Detection and Resolution - Part 2

        22:27Preview
        • 12.1 Adaptive Planning
          00:57
        • 12.2 Metrics and Measures
          00:52
        • 12.3 Benefits of Metrics
          01:37
        • 12.4 Examples of Metrics
          01:04
        • 12.5 Baseline Metrics
          00:54
        • 12.6 Variance and Trend Analysis
          02:44
        • 12.7 Risk Management Life Cycle
          01:23
        • 12.8 Step One-Risk Identification
          01:07
        • 12.9 Step Two-Risk Assessment
          01:18
        • 12.10 Step Three-Risk Response Strategies
          01:09
        • 12.11 Step Four-Risk Review
          00:19
        • 12.12 Risk Log
          00:50
        • 12.13 Risk Burndown Chart
          00:53
        • 12.14 Risk Profile Graph
          01:15
        • 12.15 Spike
          01:02
        • 12.16 Agile Failure Modes
          01:28
        • 12.17 Agile Coach Failure Modes
          01:48
        • 12.18 Troubleshooting Guidelines
          00:35
        • 12.19 Key Takeaways
          01:12
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 14: Continuous Improvement - Part 1

        27:36Preview
        • 13.1 Continuous Improvement - Part One
          00:48
        • 13.2 Kaizen
          01:46
        • 13.3 Kaizen in Agile
          00:40
        • 13.4 Lean
          02:13
        • 13.5.Defining Waste Manufacturing and Software Development
          02:20
        • 13.6 A Five Step Process to Becoming Lean
          00:46
        • 13.7 Value Stream Mapping
          04:16
        • 13.8 Agile Retrospectives
          01:20
        • 13.9 Cargo Smells
          02:24
        • 13.10 Conducting a Retrospective
          03:00
        • 13.11 Brainstorming Techniques
          01:45
        • 13.12 Process Analysis Techniques
          01:13
        • 13.13 Agile Process Tailoring
          02:27
        • 13.14 Project Factors That Influence Tailoring
          01:54
        • 13.15 Key Takeaways
          00:44
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 15: Continuous Improvement - Part 2

        22:12Preview
        • 14.1 Continuous Improvement - Part Two
          00:43
        • 14.2 Quality in Agile
          01:14
        • 14.3 Best Practices for Quality in Agile
          00:40
        • 14.4 Best Practice One-Verification and Validation
          00:58
        • 14.5 Best Practice Two-Exploratory Testing
          00:50
        • 14.6 Best Practice Three-Usability Testing
          00:59
        • 14.7 Best Practice Four-Test-Driven Development
          01:57
        • 14.8 Test-Driven Development Advantages
          02:34
        • 14.9 Acceptance Test-Driven Development Cycle (ATDD)
          01:29
        • 14.10 Best Practice Five: Continuous Integration
          02:19
        • 14.11 Best Practice Six: Definition of Done
          00:39
        • 14.12 Testing Pyramid and Quadrant
          01:45
        • 14.13 Checklist for Story Completion
          01:36
        • 14.14 Agile Flowchart
          01:22
        • 14.15 Agile Spaghetti Diagram
          01:35
        • 14.16 Organizational Self Assessment
          00:36
        • 14.17 Key Takeaways
          00:56
        • Knowledge Check
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    • PMI-RMP® Certification

      Preview
      • Lesson 01: Course Introduction

        02:05Preview
        • 1.01 Course Introduction
          02:05
      • Lesson 02: Overview of RMP Certification Course

        14:52Preview
        • 2.01 Learning Objective
          00:51
        • 2.02 About PMI and PMBOK
          03:06
        • 2.03 Who should apply and why PMI RMP?
          01:58
        • 2.04 PMI RMP Eligibility Requirement and Timeline
          04:37
        • 2.05 How to Apply Certification Fees and Exam Information
          03:34
        • 2.06 Key Takeaways
          00:46
      • Lesson 03: Plan Risk Management

        01:17:35Preview
        • 3.01 Learning Objective
          00:44
        • 3.02 Introduction to Risk
          24:51
        • 3.03 Project Risk Management
          22:45
        • 3.04 Data Analysis
          13:38
        • 3.05 Risk Analysis
          08:05
        • 3.06 Risk Management Roles and Responsibilities
          05:37
        • 3.07 Key Takeaways
          00:58
        • 3.08 Case Study
          00:57
      • Lesson 04: Identify Risk

        41:00Preview
        • 4.01 Learning Objective
          00:28
        • 4.02 Identifying Risks
          09:30
        • 4.03 Critical Success Factor
          10:19
        • 4.04 Risk Identification Tools
          11:28
        • 4.05 Gathering Techniques to Identify Risks
          07:23
        • 4.06 Key Takeaways
          00:48
        • 4.07 Case Study
          01:04
      • Lesson 05: Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis: Part One

        34:44Preview
        • 5.01 Learning Objective
          00:37
        • 5.02 Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
          13:51
        • 5.03 Risk Assessment
          17:15
        • 5.04 Key Takeaways
          00:47
        • 5.05 Case Study
          02:14
      • Lesson 06: Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis: Part Two

        46:04Preview
        • 6.01 Learning Objective
          00:13
        • 6.02 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis: Introduction
          15:21
        • 6.03 Probability Distribution
          02:28
        • 6.04 Quantitative Risk Analysis
          25:21
        • 6.05 Key Takeaways
          00:30
        • 6.06 Case Study
          02:11
      • Lesson 07: Plan Risk Responses

        46:52Preview
        • 7.01 Learning Objective
          00:22
        • 7.02 The Plan Risk Responses Process
          13:22
        • 7.03 Negative Risk Strategies
          12:36
        • 7.04 Positive Risk Strategies
          05:09
        • 7.05 Contigency Plans
          13:33
        • 7.06 Key Takeaways
          00:48
        • 7.07 Case Study
          01:02
      • Lesson 08: Monitor Risk

        36:48Preview
        • 8.01 Learning Objective
          00:22
        • 8.02 Monitor Risks Process
          03:57
        • 8.03 Monitor Risks Input
          02:40
        • 8.04 Monitor Risks Tools and Techniques
          08:41
        • 8.05 Monitor Risks Output
          09:47
        • 8.06 Conducting Risk Audit
          05:19
        • 8.07 Monitor Risk Process Documentation and Project Closure
          03:36
        • 8.08 Key Takeaways
          00:21
        • 8.09 Case Study
          02:05
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    • Financial modeling with excel advanced

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      • Module 01 - ValuationModeling

        39:27Preview
        • 1.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 1.2 Advanced Financial Modeling Course
          00:48
        • 1.3 Advanced Financial Modeling An Introduction
          02:10
        • 1.4 Advanced FM Course Contents
          02:13
        • 1.5 Valuation Modeling
          00:45
        • 1.6 Agenda
          00:50
        • 1.7 Excel Shortcuts for Financial Modeling 1
          02:53
        • 1.8 Excel Shortcuts for Financial Modeling 2
          02:04
        • 1.9 Excel Formulas for Financial Modeling
          02:30
        • 1.10 Building Historical and Projected Financial Statements
          10:14
        • 1.11 Ratio Analysis 1
          02:35
        • 1.12 Ratio Analysis 2
          03:13
        • 1.13 Ratio Analysis 3
          02:41
        • 1.14 Ratio Analysis 4
          05:25
        • 1.15 Summary
          00:55
        • 1.16 Quiz
        • 1.17 Thank You
          00:04
      • Module 02 - Merger and Acquisition Analysis

        24:47Preview
        • 2.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 2.2 Merger and Acquisition Analysis
          00:24
        • 2.3 Agenda
          00:35
        • 2.4 Merger and Acquisition Analysis Basics
          02:36
        • 2.5 Bid Evaluation
          09:47
        • 2.6 Accretion and Dilution Analysis
          03:29
        • 2.7 Accretion and Dilution Analysis Example
          02:41
        • 2.8 Contribution Analysis
          01:04
        • 2.9 Contribution Analysis Example
          03:21
        • 2.10 Summary
          00:39
        • 2.11 Quiz
        • 2.12 Thank You
          00:04
      • Module 03 - Project Finance Modeling

        25:22Preview
        • 3.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 3.2 Project Finance Modeling
          00:46
        • 3.3 Agenda
          00:39
        • 3.4 Project Finance An Introduction
          03:03
        • 3.5 Project Finance Modeling An Introduction
          02:18
        • 3.6 Date Functions in Excel
          04:13
        • 3.7 Risk Analysis
          03:10
        • 3.8 Modeling Cash Flow Waterfall
          03:42
        • 3.9 Circular References and Modeling IDC
          06:29
        • 3.10 Summary
          00:51
        • 3.11 Quiz
        • 3.12 Thank You
          00:04
      • Module 04 - Monte Carlo Simulation

        20:03Preview
        • 4.1 Welcome
          00:06
        • 4.2 Monte Carlo Simulation
          01:01
        • 4.3 Agenda
          00:33
        • 4.4 Monte Carlo Simulation An Introduction
          04:25
        • 4.5 Monte Carlo Simulation Alternative Approaches
          04:30
        • 4.6 Monte Carlo Simulation Using Excel Worksheet
          08:39
        • 4.7 Summary
          00:46
        • 4.8 Quiz
        • 4.9 Thank You
          00:03
      • Module 05 - Advanced MapReduce

        17:31Preview
        • 5.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 5.2 Advanced Excel Functions for FM
          00:42
        • 5.3 Agenda
          00:33
        • 5.4 The INDEX Function
          06:55
        • 5.5 The MATCH Function
          04:44
        • 5.6 Advanced Lookups Using INDEX and MATCH
          03:41
        • 5.7 Summary
          00:44
        • 5.8 Quiz
        • 5.9 Thank You
          00:05
      • Module 06 - Advanced Charting Techniques

        07:46Preview
        • 6.1 Welcome
          00:06
        • 6.2 Advanced Charting Techniques
          00:40
        • 6.3 Agenda
          00:33
        • 6.4 Creating a Valuation Football Field Chart
          03:32
        • 6.5 Valuation Football Field Godrej Properties Example 1
          00:11
        • 6.6 Valuation Football Field Godrej Properties Example 2
          00:58
        • 6.7 Floating Bar Charts Importance and Uses
          01:03
        • 6.8 Summary
          00:40
        • 6.9 Quiz
        • 6.10 Thank You
          00:03
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    • Lean Management

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      • Lesson 01 - Introduction

        41:44Preview
        • 1.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 1.2 Introduction
          00:36
        • 1.3 Agenda
          00:40
        • 1.4 WHAT IS LEAN
          00:50
        • 1.5 Overview of Lean
          02:06
        • 1.6 Principles of Lean
          02:40
        • 1.7 Types of Waste
          04:59
        • 1.8 Lean Journey
          03:27
        • 1.9 Roots of Lean
          01:00
        • 1.10 Lean at Ford
          02:02
        • 1.11 Toyota Production System (TPS)
          01:35
        • 1.12 Just In Time (JIT)
          04:25
        • 1.13 Lean Successes and Benefits
          01:06
        • 1.14 Efficiency Business Model Fit
          04:11
        • 1.15 Cash Flow Improvement
          01:53
        • 1.16 Increased Capacity for Revenue
          01:36
        • 1.17 Its Challenges
          00:40
        • 1.18 Process Changes Cause a Rethinking of Process Flow
          01:34
        • 1.19 Disruptions Downtime Design Failures
          01:12
        • 1.20 Low Volume High Mix
          02:20
        • 1.21 High Variability Customization Demand
          02:10
        • 1.22 Summary
          00:31
        • 1.23 Quiz
        • 1.24 Thank You
          00:04
      • Lesson 02 - Types of Waste

        24:48Preview
        • 2.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 2.2 Types of Waste Introduction
          00:36
        • 2.3 Agenda
          00:21
        • 2.4 THE MAIN ONES
          00:54
        • 2.5 Transportation
          02:53
        • 2.6 Inventory
          02:15
        • 2.7 Motion
          01:54
        • 2.8 Waiting
          01:41
        • 2.9 Over Production
          02:02
        • 2.10 Over Processing
          01:51
        • 2.11 Defect
          01:30
        • 2.12 Other Types of Waste
          00:25
        • 2.13 Underutilized Skills
          01:18
        • 2.14 Wrong Use of Automation
          03:00
        • 2.15 Wrong Use of Metrics
          03:09
        • 2.16 Summary
          00:49
        • 2.17 Quiz
        • 2.18 Thank You
          00:03
      • Lesson 03 - Tools

        48:45Preview
        • 3.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 3.2 Lean Management Tools
          00:35
        • 3.3 Agenda
          02:06
        • 3.4 Five-S Plus One
          00:35
        • 3.5 Seiri
          03:03
        • 3.6 Seiton
          02:09
        • 3.7 Seiso
          04:28
        • 3.8 Seiketsu
          04:02
        • 3.9 Shitsuke
          03:51
        • 3.10 Safety
          00:57
        • 3.11 Five-S plus One Summary
          01:05
        • 3.12 Value Stream Mapping
          02:13
        • 3.13 Kaizen
          04:06
        • 3.14 Kaizen Blitz
          01:43
        • 3.15 Takt
          03:10
        • 3.16 Jidoka
          01:47
        • 3.17 Kanban
          05:04
        • 3.18 Poka Yoke
          03:32
        • 3.19 SMED
          03:33
        • 3.20 Summary
          00:36
        • 3.21 Quiz
        • 3.22 Thank You
          00:03
      • Lesson 04 - Lean in Manufacturing

        14:00Preview
        • 4.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 4.2 Lean in Manufacturing
          00:36
        • 4.3 Agenda
          00:28
        • 4.4 Background
          04:59
        • 4.5 Boeings Lean Journey
          00:31
        • 4.6 History and Background
          01:14
        • 4.7 Lean Principles Embraced
          01:32
        • 4.8 Lean Implementation
          01:52
        • 4.9 Waste Elimination Focus Areas
          02:13
        • 4.10 Summary
          00:25
        • 4.11 Quiz
        • 4.12 Thank You
          00:03
      • Lesson 05 - Lean in Service

        18:07Preview
        • 5.1 Welcome
          00:07
        • 5.2 Lean in Service
          00:36
        • 5.3 Agenda
          00:21
        • 5.4 Background
          03:21
        • 5.5 Lean in Healthcare
          00:17
        • 5.6 Types of Waste
          03:03
        • 5.7 Case Study Virginia Mason
          09:47
        • 5.8 Summary
          00:31
        • 5.9 Quiz
        • 5.10 Thank You
          00:04
      • Lesson 06 - Lean in Office

        15:56Preview
        • 6.1 Welcome
          00:08
        • 6.2 Lean Management Lean in Office
          00:51
        • 6.3 Agenda
          00:23
        • 6.4 Background
          01:25
        • 6.5 Lean in Office
          00:19
        • 6.6 Five-S in Office
          07:21
        • 6.7 Types of Waste in Office
          01:58
        • 6.8 Types of Waste in Office(cont.)
          02:32
        • 6.9 Summary
          00:56
        • 6.10 Quiz
        • 6.11 Thank You
          00:03
      • Lesson 07 - Lean Metrics

        29:55Preview
        • 7.1 Welcome
          00:08
        • 7.2 Lean Management Lean Metrics
          00:53
        • 7.3 Agenda
          01:04
        • 7.4 Overview
          02:44
        • 7.5 OEE
          06:25
        • 7.6 FPY & RTY
          02:42
        • 7.7 Days in Inventory
          01:46
        • 7.8 Schedule Adherence Attainment
          04:31
        • 7.9 Lean Accounting
          04:52
        • 7.10 Lean Accounting(Cont.)
          03:15
        • 7.11 Summary
          01:30
        • 7.12 Quiz
        • 7.13 Thank You
          00:05
      • Lesson 08 - Other Methodologies That Complement Lean

        29:55Preview
        • 8.1 Welcome
          00:08
        • 8.2 Lean Management Other Methodologies That Complement Lean
          00:52
        • 8.3 Agenda
          00:46
        • 8.4 Theory of Constraints
          04:10
        • 8.5 Theory of Constraints(Cont.)
          08:25
        • 8.6 Quick Response Manufacturing
          04:45
        • 8.7 Factory Physics
          02:11
        • 8.8 Six Sigma
          05:18
        • 8.9 Six Sigma Implementation Roles
          02:17
        • 8.10 Summary
          00:59
        • 8.11 Quiz
        • 8.12 Thank You
          00:04
      • Lesson 09 - Lean Maturity Matrix

        22:00Preview
        • 9.1 Welcome
          00:08
        • 9.2 Lean Maturity Matrix
          00:51
        • 9.3 Agenda
          00:30
        • 9.4 Overview
          02:43
        • 9.5 Assessment Process
          02:38
        • 9.6 Assessment Criteria
          06:30
        • 9.7 Lean Maturity Levels
          06:50
        • 9.8 Lean Maturity Matrix
          00:48
        • 9.9 Summary
          00:58
        • 9.10 Quiz
        • 9.11 Thank You
          00:04
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      • Lesson 01 - Introduction to IIBA® and CCBA® Certification

        12:57Preview
        • 1.1 Introduction to CCBA® Certification
          12:57
      • Lesson 02 - Introduction to BABOK® V3

        18:12Preview
        • 2.1 Introduction to BABOK® V3
          02:41
        • 2.2 Business Analysis
          10:16
        • 2.3 Competencies of a Business Analyst
        • 2.4 Techniques referred to by BABOK® V3
          04:25
        • 2.5 Quiz
        • 2.6 Key Takeaways
          00:50
      • Lesson 03 - Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

        32:29Preview
        • 3.1 Introduction to Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
          10:58
        • 3.2 Plan Stakeholder Engagement
          10:09
        • 3.3 Plan Business Analysis Governance
          02:55
        • 3.4 Plan Business Analysis Information Management
          02:30
        • 3.5 Identify Business Analysis
          04:35
        • 3.6 Quiz
        • 3.7 Key Takeaways
          01:22
        • 3.8 Case Study
      • Lesson 04 - Elicitation and Collaboration

        33:40Preview
        • 4.1 Introduction to Elicitation and Collaboration
          03:01
        • 4.2 Prepare For Elicitation
          03:39
        • 4.3 Conduct Elicitation
          19:09
        • 4.4 Confirm Elicitation Results
          01:51
        • 4.5 Communicate Business Analysis Information
          01:55
        • 4.6 Manage stakeholder collaboration
          02:59
        • 4.7 Quiz
        • 4.8 Key Takeaways
          01:06
        • 4.9 Case Study
      • Lesson 05 - Requirements Life Cycle Management

        38:58Preview
        • 5.1 Introduction to Requirements Life Cycle Management
          05:48
        • 5.2 Trace Requirements
          04:07
        • 5.3 Maintain Requirements
          03:01
        • 5.4 Prioritize Requirements
          12:44
        • 5.5 Assess Requirements Changes
          04:36
        • 5.6 Approve Requirements
          06:32
        • 5.7 Quiz
        • 5.8 Key Takeaways
          02:10
        • 5.9 Case Study
      • Lesson 06 - Strategy Analysis

        58:25Preview
        • 6.1 Introduction to Strategy Analysis
          04:33
        • 6.2 Analyze Current State
          14:19
        • 6.3 Define Future State
          18:11
        • 6.4 Assess Risks
          07:21
        • 6.5 Define Change Strategy
          12:30
        • 6.6 Quiz
        • 6.7 Key Takeaways
          01:31
        • 6.8 Case Study
      • Lesson 07 - Requirements Analysis and Design Definition

        01:03:37Preview
        • 7.1 Introduction to Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
          05:35
        • 7.2 Specify and Model Requirements
          30:43
        • 7.3 Verify Requirements
          04:58
        • 7.4 Validate Requirements
          03:12
        • 7.5 Define Requirements Architecture
          03:54
        • 7.6 Define Design Options
          05:40
        • 7.7 Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution
          07:19
        • 7.8 Quiz
        • 7.9 Key Takeaways
          02:16
        • 7.10 Case Study
      • Lesson 08 - Solution Evaluation

        37:54Preview
        • 8.1 Introduction to Solution Evaluation
          04:26
        • 8.2 Measure Solution Performance
          05:33
        • 8.3 Analyze Performance Measures
          07:42
        • 8.4 Assess Solution Limitations
          04:28
        • 8.5 Assess Enterprise Limitations
          08:07
        • 8.6 Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value
          06:25
        • 8.7 Quiz
        • 8.8 Key Takeaways
          01:13
        • 8.9 Case Study
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      • Introduction to SEO

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        • 1 Part 1 - Introduction to SEO
          08:33
        • 2 Part 2 - A Model of Search Engines
          06:23
      • Introduction to Social Media

        43:43Preview
        • 1 Part 01 - Understanding Social Media Strategy
          24:03
        • 2 Part 02 - Building a Social Media Strategy
          19:40
      • Introduction to Content Marketing

        18:28
        • 1 Introduction to Content Marketing
          18:28
      • Introduction to Email Marketing

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        • 1 Part 1 - Introduction to Email
          04:54
        • 2 Part 2 - Basic Terminology
          09:42
      • Introduction to Mobile Marketing

        15:17
        • 1 Introduction to Mobile Marketing
          15:17
      • Introduction to PPC

        27:21Preview
        • 1 Part 1 - Introduction to PPC
          13:36
        • 2 Part 2 - Psychology of Search
          13:45
      • Introduction to Conversion Optimization

        15:19
        • 1 Introduction to Conversion Optimization
          15:19
      • Introduction to Digital Analytics

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        • 1 Introduction to Digital Analytics
          18:13
      • Introduction to Marketing Automation

        10:33
        • 1 Introduction to Marketing Automation
          10:33
      • Introduction to Programmatic Buying

        07:59
        • 1 Introduction to Programmatic Buying
          07:59
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    • Introduction to Big Data and Hadoop

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      • Lesson 1.0 - Introduction to Big Data and Hadoop

        29:37Preview
        • 1 Introduction to Big Data and Hadoop
          00:21
        • 2 Objectives
          00:26
        • 3 Need for Big Data
          01:42
        • 4 Three Characteristics of Big Data
          00:35
        • 5 Characteristics of Big Data Technology
          01:52
        • 6 Appeal of Big Data Technology
          00:50
        • 7 Handling Limitations of Big Data
          00:49
        • 8 Introduction to Hadoop
          01:00
        • 9 Hadoop Configuration
          00:53
        • 10 Apache Hadoop Core Components
          00:36
        • 11 Hadoop Core Components—HDFS
          01:07
        • 12 Hadoop Core Components—MapReduce
          00:45
        • 13 HDFS Architecture
          01:13
        • 14 Ubuntu Server—Introduction
          00:51
        • 15 Hadoop Installation—Prerequisites
          00:26
        • 16 Hadoop Multi-Node Installation—Prerequisites
          00:29
        • 17 Single-Node Cluster vs. Multi-Node Cluster
          00:49
        • 18 MapReduce
          01:09
        • 19 Characteristics of MapReduce
          00:56
        • 20 Real-Time Uses of MapReduce
          01:01
        • 21 Prerequisites for Hadoop Installation in Ubuntu Desktop 12.04
          00:20
        • 22 Hadoop MapReduce—Features
          00:52
        • 23 Hadoop MapReduce—Processes
          00:48
        • 24 Advanced HDFS–Introduction
          00:47
        • 25 Advanced MapReduce
          00:55
        • 26 Data Types in Hadoop
          01:15
        • 27 Distributed Cache
          00:41
        • 28 Distributed Cache (contd.)
          00:40
        • 29 Joins in MapReduce
          00:44
        • 30 Introduction to Pig
          00:40
        • 31 Components of Pig
          01:00
        • 32 Data Model
          00:43
        • 33 Pig vs. SQL
          01:07
        • 34 Prerequisites to Set the Environment for Pig Latin
          00:20
        • 35 Summary
          00:55
      • Lesson 1.1 - Hive HBase and Hadoop Ecosystem Components

        29:59Preview
        • 1 Hive, HBase and Hadoop Ecosystem Components
          00:22
        • 2 Objectives
          00:23
        • 3 Hive—Introduction
          00:55
        • 4 Hive—Characteristics
          01:20
        • 5 System Architecture and Components of Hive
          00:18
        • 6 Basics of Hive Query Language
          00:38
        • 7 Data Model—Tables
          00:32
        • 8 Data Types in Hive
          00:16
        • 9 Serialization and De serialization
          01:19
        • 10 UDF/UDAF vs. MapReduce Scripts
          00:47
        • 11 HBase—Introduction
          01:15
        • 12 Characteristics of HBase
          00:42
        • 13 HBase Architecture
          01:04
        • 14 HBase vs. RDBMS
          01:08
        • 15 Cloudera—Introduction
          00:44
        • 16 Cloudera Distribution
          01:07
        • 17 Cloudera Manager
          00:34
        • 18 Hortonworks Data Platform
          00:42
        • 19 MapR Data Platform
          00:43
        • 20 Pivotal HD
          00:53
        • 21 Introduction to ZooKeeper
          00:23
        • 22 Features of ZooKeeper
          01:12
        • 23 Goals of ZooKeeper
          00:38
        • 24 Uses of ZooKeeper
          00:49
        • 25 Sqoop—Reasons to Use It
          01:26
        • 26 Sqoop—Reasons to Use It (contd.)
          01:09
        • 27 Benefits of Sqoop
          00:42
        • 28 Apache Hadoop Ecosystem
          00:59
        • 29 Apache Oozie
          00:43
        • 30 Introduction to Mahout
          00:22
        • 31 Usage of Mahout
          00:28
        • 32 Apache Cassandra
          00:54
        • 33 Apache Spark
          01:28
        • 34 Apache Ambari
          00:32
        • 35 Key Features of Apache Ambari
          00:51
        • 36 Hadoop Security—Kerberos
          00:53
        • 37 Summary
          00:48
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          00:09
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    • Apache Cassandra

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      • Lesson 0 - Course Overview

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        • 0.001 Course Overview
          00:14
        • 0.003 Course Objectives
          00:24
        • 0.004 Course Overview
          00:32
        • 0.005 Target Audience
          00:25
        • 0.006 Course Prerequisites
          00:21
        • 0.007 Value to the Professionals
          00:37
        • 0.008 Lessons Covered
          00:22
        • 0.009 Conclusion
          00:09
      • Lesson 1 - Apache Cassandra L1 Overview Big Data and NoSQL Database

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        • 1.001 Overview of Big Data and NoSQL Database
          00:12
        • 1.002 Course Map
          00:19
        • 1.003 Objectives
          00:23
        • 1.004 The 3 Vs of Big Data
          00:54
        • 1.005 Volume
          00:40
        • 1.006 Data Sizes-Terms
          00:31
        • 1.007 Velocity
          00:56
        • 1.008 Variety
          00:40
        • 1.009 Data Evolution
          00:42
        • 1.010 Features of Big Data
          00:57
        • 1.011 Big Data-Use Cases
          01:26
        • 1.012 Big Data Analytics
          00:55
        • 1.013 Traditional Technology vs. Big Data Technology
          01:05
        • 1.014 Apache Hadoop
          01:06
        • 1.015 HDFS
          01:04
        • 1.016 MapReduce
          00:49
        • 1.017 NoSQL Databases
          01:08
        • 1.018 Brewers CAP Principle
          00:59
        • 1.019 Approaches to NoSQL Databases-Types
          03:22
        • 1.20 Quiz
        • 1.021 Summary
          00:56
        • 1.022 Conclusion
          00:08
      • Lesson 2 - Introduction to Cassandra

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        • 2.001 Introduction to Cassandra
          00:10
        • 2.002 Course Map
          00:11
        • 2.003 Objectives
          00:20
        • 2.004 Introducing Cassandra
          00:22
        • 2.005 Behind the Name
          00:23
        • 2.006 History of Cassandra
          00:54
        • 2.007 Main Features of Cassandra
          00:34
        • 2.008 When is Cassandra Used
          00:47
        • 2.009 Simple Cassandra Program
          00:35
        • 2.010 Cassandra Command Line Interface
          00:58
        • 2.011 Advantages of Cassandra
          00:43
        • 2.012 Limitations of Cassandra
          00:38
        • 2.013 VMware
          00:28
        • 2.014 Simplilearn Virtual Machine
          00:25
        • 2.015 PuTTY
          00:20
        • 2.16 WinSCP
        • 2.017 Demo-Install and Setup VM
          00:07
        • 2.018 Demo-Install and Setup VM
          08:12
        • 2.19 Quiz
        • 2.020 Summary
          00:52
        • 2.021 Conclusion
          00:08
      • Lesson 3 - Cassandra Architecture

        22:16Preview
        • 3.001 Cassandra Architecture
          00:11
        • 3.002 Course Map
          00:10
        • 3.003 Objectives
          00:21
        • 3.004 Architecture Requirements of Cassandra
          00:54
        • 3.005 Cassandra Architecture
          01:01
        • 3.006 Cassandra Architecture (contd.)
          00:23
        • 3.007 Effects of the Architecture
          01:02
        • 3.008 Cassandra Write Process
          01:10
        • 3.009 Rack
          00:54
        • 3.010 Cassandra Read Process
          01:19
        • 3.011 Example of Cassandra Read Process
          01:27
        • 3.012 Data Partitions
          01:14
        • 3.013 Replication in Cassandra
          00:59
        • 3.014 Network Topology
          01:43
        • 3.015 Snitches
          00:31
        • 3.016 Gossip Protocol
          01:08
        • 3.017 Seed Nodes
          00:48
        • 3.018 Configuration
          00:37
        • 3.019 Virtual Nodes
          01:19
        • 3.020 Token Generator
          00:56
        • 3.021 Example of Token Generator
          01:10
        • 3.022 Failure Scenarios Node Failure
          00:28
        • 3.023 Failure Scenarios Disk Failure
          00:30
        • 3.024 Failure Scenarios Rack Failure
          00:24
        • 3.025 Failure Scenarios Data Center Failure
          00:38
        • 3.26 Quiz
        • 3.027 Summary
          00:50
        • 3.028 Conclusion
          00:09
      • Lesson 4 - Cassandra Installation and Configuration

        21:35Preview
        • 4.001 Cassandra Installation and Configuration
          00:12
        • 4.002 Course Map
          00:12
        • 4.003 Objectives
          00:19
        • 4.004 Cassandra Versions
          00:53
        • 4.005 Steps to Install and Configure Cassandra on Ubuntu System
          00:42
        • 4.006 Step 1-Operating System Selection
          00:33
        • 4.007 Step 2-Machine Selection
          00:36
        • 4.008 Step 3-Preparing for Installation
          00:23
        • 4.009 Step 4-Setup Repository
          01:12
        • 4.010 Step 5-Install Cassandra
          00:37
        • 4.011 Step 6-Check the Installation
          00:57
        • 4.012 Step 7-Configuring Cassandra
          01:06
        • 4.013 Step 8-Configuration for a Single-Node Cluster
          00:53
        • 4.014 Step 9-Configuration for a Multi-Node and Multi-Datacenter Clusters
          00:37
        • 4.015 Step 10-Setup Property File
          01:15
        • 4.016 Step 11-Configuration for a Production Cluster
          00:33
        • 4.017 Step 12-Setup Gossiping Property File
          00:41
        • 4.018 Step 13-Starting Cassandra Services
          01:07
        • 4.019 Step 14-Connecting to Cassandra
          00:49
        • 4.020 Installing on CentOS
          01:09
        • 4.021 Demo-Installing and Configuring Cassandra on Ubuntu
          00:05
        • 4.022 Demo-Installing and Configuring Cassandra on Ubuntu
          05:36
        • 4.23 Quiz
        • 4.024 Summary
          00:59
        • 4.025 Conclusion
          00:09
      • Lesson 5 - Cassandra Data Model

        53:15Preview
        • 5.001 Cassandra Data Model
          00:10
        • 5.002 Course Map
          00:10
        • 5.003 Objectives
          00:18
        • 5.004 Cassandra Data Model
          00:34
        • 5.005 Cassandra Data Model Components
          00:52
        • 5.006 Keyspaces
          01:09
        • 5.007 Tables
          01:50
        • 5.008 Columns
          00:39
        • 5.009 UUID and TimeUUID
          00:49
        • 5.010 Counter
          01:00
        • 5.011 Compound Keys
          01:32
        • 5.012 Indexes
          00:42
        • 5.013 Collection Columns
          01:07
        • 5.014 Collection Columns Set
          01:09
        • 5.015 DDL and DML Statements
          00:28
        • 5.016 DDL Statements
          01:18
        • 5.017 DML Statements INSERT
          00:55
        • 5.018 DML Statements UPDATE
          01:33
        • 5.019 DML Statements COPY
          01:43
        • 5.020 DML Statements SELECT
          01:11
        • 5.021 SELECT Statements Restrictions
          01:04
        • 5.022 Valid and Invalid SELECT Statements Example
          01:19
        • 5.023 DML Statements DELETE
          00:57
        • 5.024 Demo 1-Data Definition and Data Manipulation Statements
          00:05
        • 5.025 Demo 1-Data Definition and Data Manipulation Statements
          12:25
        • 5.026 Demo 2-Create a Table with Composite Key
          00:05
        • 5.027 Demo 2-Create a Table with Composite Key
          13:31
        • 5.028 Demo 3-Collection Columns in Cassandra
          00:05
        • 5.029 Demo 3-Collection Columns in Cassandra
          03:32
        • 5.30 Quiz
        • 5.031 Summary
          00:55
        • 5.032 Conclusion
          00:08
      • Lesson 6 - Cassandra Interfaces

        11:32Preview
        • 6.001 Lesson 6-Cassandra Interfaces
          00:11
        • 6.002 Course Map
          00:11
        • 6.003 Objectives
          00:28
        • 6.004 Cassandra Interfaces
          00:32
        • 6.005 Cassandra Command Line Interface
          01:02
        • 6.006 Cqlsh Options
          00:52
        • 6.007 Cqlsh Commands
          00:59
        • 6.008 Cqlsh Shell Commands
          01:00
        • 6.009 Cqlsh Help
          00:41
        • 6.010 Java Interfaces
          00:44
        • 6.11 Using the Java Interface
        • 6.012 Querying Cassandra using Java
          00:26
        • 6.013 Java Example
          00:20
        • 6.014 Java Example (contd.)
          00:23
        • 6.15 Full Program
        • 6.016 Compiling the Java Program
          00:39
        • 6.017 Compiling the Java Program (contd.)
          00:55
        • 6.018 Running the Java Program
          00:38
        • 6.019 Java Interface observations
          00:29
        • 6.20 ODBC Interface
        • 6.21 Quiz
        • 6.022 Summary
          00:53
        • 6.023 Conclusion
          00:09
      • Lesson 7 - Cassandra Advanced Architecture

        21:05Preview
        • 7.001 Cassandra Advanced Architecture and Cluster Management
          00:14
        • 7.002 Course Map
          00:13
        • 7.003 Objectives
          00:22
        • 7.004 Partitioning
          00:30
        • 7.005 Murmur3Partitioner
          00:27
        • 7.006 RandomPartitioner
          00:32
        • 7.007 ByteOrderedPartitioner
          00:21
        • 7.008 Replication of Data
          01:16
        • 7.009 Replication Strategy
          00:37
        • 7.010 SimpleStrategy
          01:00
        • 7.011 NetworkTopologyStrategy
          01:03
        • 7.012 NetworkTopologyStrategy (contd.)
          00:37
        • 7.013 Replication Example
          01:05
        • 7.014 Tunable Consistency
          01:24
        • 7.015 Read Consistency
          01:22
        • 7.016 Write Consistency
          01:24
        • 7.017 Read or Write Failure
          01:07
        • 7.018 Hinted Handoff
          00:40
        • 7.019 Time to Live
          00:48
        • 7.020 Tombstones
          00:55
        • 7.021 Monitoring the Cluster
          00:58
        • 7.022 Nodetool Options
          00:12
        • 7.023 Install and Configure OpsCenter
          00:14
        • 7.024 Monitoring with OpsCenter
          00:55
        • 7.025 Monitoring with OpsCenter (contd.)
          00:51
        • 7.026 Administer using OpsCenter
          00:40
        • 7.27 Quiz
        • 7.028 Summary
          01:07
        • 7.029 Conclusion
          00:11
      • Lesson 8 - Apache Ecosystem around Cassandra

        18:03Preview
        • 8.001 Apache Ecosystem around Cassandra
          00:12
        • 8.002 Course Map
          00:13
        • 8.003 Objectives
          00:19
        • 8.004 Stream
          00:45
        • 8.005 Apache Storm
          00:23
        • 8.006 Storm Architecture
          00:37
        • 8.007 Storm Architecture (contd.)
          00:36
        • 8.008 Storm Data Model
          00:44
        • 8.009 Storm Topology
          01:08
        • 8.010 Storm Topology - Example
          01:02
        • 8.011 Apache Kafka
          00:21
        • 8.012 Kafka Data Model
          00:25
        • 8.013 Kafka Data Model (contd.)
          00:34
        • 8.014 Kafka Architecture
          00:36
        • 8.015 Kafka Architecture (contd.)
          00:29
        • 8.016 Kafka-Queue System
          00:47
        • 8.017 Kafka-Publish-Subscribe System
          00:54
        • 8.018 Real-Time Data Analysis Platform
          00:45
        • 8.019 Real-Time Data Analysis Platform (contd.)
          00:27
        • 8.020 Apache Spark
          00:51
        • 8.021 Apache Spark Architecture
          00:46
        • 8.022 Resilient Distributed Datasets
          00:41
        • 8.023 Operations in Spark
          01:06
        • 8.024 Spark and Scala
          01:16
        • 8.025 Spark - Example
          00:56
        • 8.26 Quiz
        • 8.027 Summary
          01:04
        • 8.028 Thank you
          00:06
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      • Lesson 00 - Course Introduction

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        • Introduction
          03:09
      • Lesson 01 - Decoding Artificial Intelligence

        21:09Preview
        • 01 Decoding Artificial Intelligence
          00:19
        • 02 Meaning, Scope, and Stages Of Artificial Intelligence
          00:46
        • 03 Three Stages of Artificial Intelligence
          02:19
        • 04 Applications of Artificial Intelligence
          01:06
        • 05 Image Recognition
          01:26
        • 06 Applications of Artificial Intelligence - Examples
          01:06
        • 07 Effects of Artificial Intelligence on Society
          03:54
        • 08 Supervises Learning for Telemedicine
          03:10
        • 09 Solves Complex Social Problems
          03:17
        • 10 Benefits Multiple Industries
          02:39
        • 11 Key Takeaways
          01:07
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 02 - Fundamentals of Machine Learning and Deep Learning

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        • 01 Fundamentals Of Machine Learning and Deep Learning
          00:50
        • 02 Meaning of Machine Learning
          02:22
        • 03 Relationship between Machine Learning and Statistical Analysis
          01:31
        • 04 Process of Machine Learning
          01:32
        • 05 Types of Machine Learning
          01:34
        • 06 Meaning of Unsupervised Learning
          01:24
        • 07 Meaning of Semi-supervised Learning
          01:59
        • 08 Algorithms of Machine Learning
          01:00
        • 09 Regression
          03:12
        • 10 Naive Bayes
          01:09
        • 11 Naive Bayes Classification
          02:45
        • 12 Machine Learning Algorithms
          02:22
        • 13 Deep Learning
          02:45
        • 14 Artificial Neural Network Definition
          01:46
        • 15 Definition of Perceptron
          01:18
        • 16 Online and Batch Learning
          02:17
        • 17 Key Takeaways
          01:14
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 03 - Machine Learning Workflow

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        • 01 Learning Objective
          00:28
        • 02 Machine Learning Workflow
          01:06
        • 03 Get more data
          00:41
        • 04 Ask a Sharp Question
          02:07
        • 05 Add Data to the Table
          03:20
        • 06 Check for Quality
          01:15
        • 07 Transform Features
          02:41
        • 08 Answer the Questions
          01:49
        • 09 Use the Answer
          00:31
        • 11 Key takeaways
          00:54
        • Knowledge Check
      • Lesson 04 - Performance Metrics

        19:39Preview
        • 01 Performance Metrics
          00:31
        • 02 Need For Performance Metrics
          01:10
        • 03 Key Methods Of Performance Metrics
          00:53
        • 04 Confusion Matrix Example
          01:15
        • 05 Terms Of Confusion Matrix
          01:53
        • 06 Minimize False Cases
          01:37
        • 07 Minimize False Positive Example
          01:07
        • 08 Accuracy
          01:42
        • 09 Precision
          01:13
        • 10 Recall Or Sensitivity
          02:32
        • 11 Specificity
          01:36
        • 12 F1 Score
          03:01
        • 13 Key takeaways
          01:09
        • Knowledge Check
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      • Lesson 01: Course Introduction

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        • 1.1 Course Introduction
          01:55
      • Lesson 02: Robotic Process Automation

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        • 2.1 Robotic Process Automation
          09:10
      • Lesson 03: How RPA works

        07:40Preview
        • 3.1 How RPA works
          07:40
      • Lesson 04: ROI-Building a business case

        06:21
        • 4.1 ROI-Building a business case
          06:21
      • Lesson 05: RPA Implementation in Enterprise

        17:59
        • 5.1 RPA Implementation in Enterprise
          17:59
      • Lesson 06: List of RPA Tools and Selection Checklist

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        • 6.1 List of RPA Tools and Selection Checklist
          05:42
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        • 7.1 Case study on Henn na hotel
          02:56
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        • Things to Remember
        • Introduction to AWS Cloud
        • Security in the AWS Cloud
        • Hosting the employee directory application in AWS
        • Hands-On Lab: Introduction to AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
      • Lesson 02: AWS Compute

        • Compute as a service in AWS
        • Introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
        • Amazon EC2 instance lifecycle
        • AWS container services
        • What is serverless?
        • Introduction to AWS Lambda
        • Choose the right compute service
        • Hands-On Lab: Launch the Employee Directory Application on Amazon EC2
      • Lesson 03: AWS Networking

        • Networking in AWS
        • Introduction to Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC)
        • Amazon VPC routing
        • Amazon VPC security
        • Hands-On Lab: Create a VPC and Relaunch the Corporate Directory Application in Amazon EC2
      • Lesson 04: AWS Storage

        • AWS storage types
        • Amazon EC2 instance storage and Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)
        • Object storage with Amazon S3
        • Choose the right storage service
        • Hands-On Lab: Create an Amazon S3 Bucket
      • Lesson 05: Databases

        • Explore databases in AWS
        • Amazon Relational Database Service
        • Purpose-built databases
        • Introduction to Amazon DynamoDB
        • Choose the right AWS database service
        • Hands-On Lab: Implement and manage Amazon DynamoDB
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        • Monitoring
        • Optimization
        • Alternate serverless employee directory application architecture
        • Hands-On Lab: Configure High Availability for Your Application

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    SAFe Scrum Master Certificate in Saint Louis
    • What are the prerequisites for this course?

      There are no requirements for this SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis, regardless of prior experience. Anyone keen on taking the SAFe Scrum Master Certification training in Saint Louis exam, however, must complete the following requirements:

      • Agile concepts and principles are understood.
      • Understanding of the ideas of Scrum, Kanban, and eXtreme Programming (XP).
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      The SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis will help you understand the SSM certification exam thoroughly.

    • What will I receive as part of the SAFe Certification Kit?

      SSM certification exam is administered by the SAFe Scrum Master Certification training in Saint Louis. Professionals who pass the SAFe Scrum Master (SSM) test will gain the following benefits:

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    • How many attempts do I have to pass the SAFe exam?

      You will only have one chance to pass the exam if you take this SAFe Scrum Master Certification training in Saint Louis. The first exam is included in the registration fee for the SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis (if taken within 30 days of the course completion).

    • If I fail the SAFe Scrum Master exam, how soon can I retake it?

      If you fail the SAFe Scrum Master Manager Exam in your first attempt, Second attempt on exam (first retake) can be taken immediately. Third attempt requires a 10-day wait. Fourth attempt requires a 30-day wait. The cost of the first exam is included as part of the course registration fee if the exam is taken within 30 days of course completion. Each retake attempt costs $50.

    • How do I get certified as a SAFe Scrum Master?

      The three steps in the SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis procedure are as follows:

      • The first step is to enrol in the Leading SAFe course.
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      • Step three: Pass the test with a minimum of 33 accurate answers out of 45 questions (73-per cent passing score). Professionals will earn a SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis after completing the procedures.

    • How long is the SAFe Scrum Master Certification valid for?

      Your SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis is valid for one year after you complete the exam. SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis may open up new job opportunities for you.

    • Who provides the certification?

      The reputable Scaled Agile offers a SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis. After passing the exam, your SAFe Scrum Master Certification course in Saint Louis is valid for one year.

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    • What is the salary of an Agile and Scrum Master with SSM Training in Saint Louis?

      An individual with safe scrum master certification training in Saint Louis will bring more opportunities to earn extra income. The annual salary of an agile and scrum master with SSM training in Saint Louis is $96,572  as per glassdoor. Depending upon the skills and knowledge with work experience the salary also varies with every individual.

    • What are the major companies hiring an Agile and Scrum Master with SSM Training in Saint Louis?

      The major companies that hire an agile and scrum master with SSM Training in Saint Louis are Chesterfield, SSM health, centric consulting, Stifel financial corp, Denken solutions and intone networks.Safe scrum master certification training in Saint Louis will procure a good job in any of these concerns.

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      As an agile and scrum master, you are required to possess good managing and monitoring abilities. Along with SSM training skills, you can perform better in the projects.

      Here is how you can become an agile and scrum master with SSM training in Saint Louis.

      • Possessing an undergraduate degree in agile and scrum courses is mandatory.
      • Develop thought planning, organizing and controlling skills.
      • Improvise in clearing obstacles of the project.
      • Enhance your communication and interpersonal skills as you will serve as the channel between clients and company.
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