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Project Based Learning using by PaaS

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Project based learning (PBL) course developed by AIIT (Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology).
The goal of the PBL is to develop a basic competence of modern technique which are indispensable to run by SCRUM agile software development.

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Project Based Learning using by PaaS

  1. 1. Project  Based  Learning  using  by   PaaS   Heroku  Meetup  01/13/2015   Hiro  Yoshioka  *,  Miho  Nagase  **   @hyoshiok,  @miholovesq   *  Rakuten,  Inc.   **  Advanced  InsMtute  of  Industrial  Technology  
  2. 2. Agenda   •  What  is  project  based  learning   course  at  AIIT.   – Goals   •  Topics   •  Demo  or  Die   •  Lessons  Learned   •  Our  Next  Challenges  
  3. 3. Goals  of  Project  Based  Learning  Course   •  アジャイル開発手法である Scrum  を使って、 Web  アプリケーション分野の新しい製品やサー ビスの企画立案から始まり、プロトタイプ開発に よるアーキテクチャベースラインの確立、インク リメンタルな機能強化開発、運用・保守までを実 践する。 •  Develop  a  basic  competence  of  modern   techniques  which  are  indispensable  to  run  by   SCRUM  agile  soXware  development.  
  4. 4. Web  ApplicaMon  Development  by   Scrum  Course   •  AIIT  –  Advanced  InsMtute  of   Industrial  Technology;  産業技術大 学院大学   •  Pre  Course  –  June  to  July   •  Intensive  Course  –  August  to   September   •  Distributed  PBL  (Project  Based   Learning),  10  weeks  –  October  to   December  
  5. 5. Pre  Course   •  To  learn  basic  knowledge  of  Agile   soXware  development  methods.  
  6. 6. Intensive  Course   •  To  learn  knowledge  of  business   applicaMon  development  method,   build  a  team,  and  make  a  plan  of  the   Project.  Mini  PBL  
  7. 7. Distributed  Project  Based  Learning   (Distributed  PBL)   •  To  learn  modern  soXware   development  method,  such  as  agile   development,  SCRUM  method,  and  so   on  by  PBL  (project  based  learning).   – We    use  some  commercial  API  such  as   Rakuten  API,  distributed  source  code   management  system,  git,  github,  and   Pla^orm  as  a  Service  (PaaS),  heroku,   Ruby  on  Rails,  and  so  on.  
  8. 8. Class  room  at  Okinawa  
  9. 9. Class  room  at  AIIT
  10. 10. Topics   •  ConMnuous  Delivery  (CD),  Test   AutomaMon,  ConMnuous  IntegraMon   (CI),  Version  Control  System,  Test   Driven  Development  (TDD),  Pla^orm   as  a  service  (PaaS),  API,  Agile,  Scrum   •  git,  github,  heroku,  Travis  CI,     VirtualBox,  vagrant,  linux,  Ruby  on   Rails,  chef,  Rakuten  API  
  11. 11. Demo  or  Die;   Project  Based  Learning   •  Each  sprint  is  one  week  (total  10   weeks)   •  Make  a  product  backlog.   •  Build  a  prototype.  MVP  -­‐  minimum   viable  product   •  Give  a  demo  on  every  Saturday.   •  Get  feedback  from  the  other  teams   and  coaches.  
  12. 12. Build/Measure/Learn   hbp://www.slideshare.net/jezhumble/conMnuous-­‐delivery-­‐5359386  
  13. 13. Lessons  Learned   •  Project  Based  Learning  is  well  done.   – knowledge,  skill,  competence   – team  learning   – tacit/implicit  knowledge   •  Demo  or  Die,  scrum   – Mme  box,  prioriMzaMon,  MVP   •  Modern  Tools  accelerate   development  process   – PaaS,  CI,  scrum,  sprint,      
  14. 14. RetrospecMve •  We  (professors,  coach)  don’t  teach   but  you  (students)  learn.   •  Done  is  beber  than  perfect.   •  Face  to  face  communicaMon  is  vital   and  essenMal.   •  A  few  dropouts   •  Pivot   •  Free  to  fail  
  15. 15. Our  Next  Challenges   •  From  ‘How’  to  ‘What’  and  ‘Why’   – you  can  learn  how  to  build  web   services  by  our  course  but  you  learn   ‘what’  and  ‘why’  to  build  from   experience.   •  Growth  Hackers   – we  need  growth  hackers  to  coach  our   PBL.  
  16. 16. My  wish  to  Students   •  Show  your  competence.   – Apply  contests,  e.g.  Mashup  Award   – Build  your  services   – Salesforce  Hack  Challenge  2014,  #4   •  hbp://jphack2014.challengepost.com/ updates  タビノタネ   •  “The  future  is  already  here  —  it's   just  not  very  evenly  distributed.”     by  William  Gibson  
  17. 17. Appendix   •  Project  URL   – wassermann「あいまいランチ」   •  hbps://github.com/esodov/wassermann   –  362  commits   –  3  conMrbutos   – チーム土曜日「タビノタネ」   •  hbp://www.tabinotane.com/   •  hbps://github.com/tnumata3632/ RakuTabi   –  292  commits   –  5  contributors  
  18. 18. •  Project  URL  (cont.)   – 主音(トニカ)「Tas-­‐quel」   •  hbp://tasquel-­‐tonika.herokuapp.com/home/login   •  hbps://github.com/enPIT-­‐Tonika/tasquel   –  204  commits   –  4  contributors   – IRohash「eXMck」   •  hbp://exMck.herokuapp.com/   •  hbps://github.com/328-­‐-­‐/eXMck   –  263  commits   –  6  contributors  
  19. 19. •  Project  URL  (cont.)   – Project  KUA「QUA  Map」   •  hbp://quamap.herokuapp.com/   •  hbps://github.com/projectKUA/quamap   –  193  commits   –  4  contributors   – buzaar「cloreco」   •  hbps://cloreco.herokuapp.com/   •  hbps://github.com/aiit-­‐enpit/cloreco   –  19  commits   –  3  contributors  
  20. 20. Special  Thanks  to     Agile  Coaches   •  Masanori  Kado   •  Takashi  Takebayashi   •  Masashi  Arino   •  Kiro  Harada   •  Shintaro  Kakutani   •  Naoto  Nishimura   •  Ayumu  Aizawa  (Heroku)     •  Makoto  Takaesu   •  Etsuo  Yamada   •  Takashi  Imagire   •  Tsutomu  Yasui   •  Shogo  Kawahara  (Rakuten)   •  Takuo  Doi   •  Eiji  Ienaga   •  Ken  Matsumoto  

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