There are many myths, stereotypes and misconceptions about "Agile" and "Waterfall" that are well-engrained into many people's thinking. For example, one popular misconception is that there is a binary and mutually-exclusive choice between Agile and Waterfall. That causes people to try to force-fit a project to one of those extremes when the right solution is to go in the other direction and fit the approach to the nature of the project. In this course, Learning the Truth About Agile Versus Waterfall, you will learn how to see Agile and Waterfall in a fresh new perspective as complementary to each other rather than competitive and see how they can be blended together in the right proportions to fit any given situation. First, you will learn how the terms "Agile" and "Waterfall" are very loosely used in actual practice and what they really mean. Next, you will discover Scrum which is the most widely-used Agile methodology in the world and how Scrum works. Finally, you will explore how to choose the right approach to fit a project. When you're finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Agile and Scrum needed to develop a solid foundation for working in an Agile environment and taking the other courses in this series.