The Course is good and well structured. It has really strengthened my understanding about the use of Jira, I will recommend this course to anyone who is interested in knowing more about Agile and Jira
Indeed a great course which explains the agile methodology concepts from theory to practical implementation with JIRA. And it will definitely help learners if they are using JIRA in the organization.
By Mario S•
Great course to have a overall idea of Agile concepts and first steps with Jira.
By Aleksandar D•
A little outdated, but a fantastic tool. Methodology is grate. Very satisfied.
By MIchael D•
I would like to hear more about different plugins and best practices.
By Sven v d H•
Excellent training, learned a lot on Jira and a quick recap on Agile.
By Ashutosh K C•
Very nice and beautifully structured course, self understandable..!!
By Leslie A R•
Good basic course that reviews Lean & Agile principles to boot!
By Santosh P S•
I learned too many things about Jira with this course. Thanks.
By Sharad B•
Good course to learn to manage and administer JIRA software.
By Stanley C•
Great overview of how to use the core features of Jira.
By Lee T•
Interactive lab learning exercises help aid learning
By rahul p•
The course was good but can be more detailed.
By Stijn d b•
nice course. interesting and to the point
By Ambra L•
really useful and good for content!
By Praveen K T•
I good course to look on it
By Arsalan A N•
Please try its great
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By kacem r•
very good course
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By Natalia D•
Please update your course's videos, the Jira version which you show there looks different than the current one, it creates many confusion while doing the tasks.
I think there should be a "for engineers" version of this course. I've wasted so much time on reading a big block of text with instruction for a tasks, which could be formulated in max 2 sentences. I've often got completely distracted while doing this course, because the amount of useless text got me so bored. Like... come on... "Clink on a back button to go back to the board page. Verify if you're on board page" ...... you can just simply write "go back to the board page" or better! "go to the board view" . The amount of time I've sweared on these lab task pdfs... *heavy sigh*. Also, for people who are experienced with programming the terminology for some page components is different and very confusing, and I was often left wondering what do you mean by this or that.
Also, please consider implementing real life software examples in lab-tasks, not just "add item 1". Until now I'm very confused what is the difference between Epic and Sprint and what part of software project to consider as a Story and what as a Task. Real life examples would make it much clear and enable faster learning.
By Riccardo G•
As an Agile Product Owner who has used JIRA for a number of years, I found the course content clear and concise. It was well-rounded with its content and approach. Although I do think the content on administration rights, creating and modifying group rights, in week 4, was not necessary for this type of beginners level course. Possibly take that out and add additional content on things like creating and modifying dashboards or the concept components in JIRA. But overall, I would recommend it to anyone who is a novice on Agile and JIRA
By Magnus E•
A overview introduction to Atlassian Jira and how to configure it for Agile projects. I was looking for more information about best practice for using Jira and Confluence for documenting user stories and epic, which I didn't find here. There were some useful tips, but the quizzes were trivially easy.
May be most useful for Project Coordinators/ Administrators.
Course presenter responds quickly to questions and comments, but presentation could do with more "live" demonstrations of the product rather than static slides.
By Zach M•
This course is mostly a walkthrough of Atlassian Jira software. You are able to learn about Agile and Scrum work methods through an exploration of how JIRA software works. The lectures are quite monotonous and lack energy, but the hands-on assignments of working in JIRA do provide a dynamic that is absent in other courses. I recommend this as a primer for Atlassian JIRA software but not as an introduction to Agile project management.
By Patrick L•
It is a good course but I would recommend to illustrate permissions and roles with more diagrams in order to clearly present what is possible according to the level of hierarchy Application, Jira, projects...
We easily get lost during the explanation by switching between the different levels without a global view to refer to.