Certified ScrumDeveloper Track

Agile Software Development Workshop

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Organization

GRUPO ESFERA

  • Course

    Date: 27-29 November, 2012
    Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Regular Price: $2370 + IVA

    • This course fulfills the Technical skills requirement on the Certified Scrum Developer track.

    Develop in participants a deep practical understanding of agile engineering best practices software development, through practical experience and discussions, supported by lecture introductions.

    The course focuses on design and architecture practices, configuration management, integration and product delivery practices, and supporting collaboration practices as they complement the development activities.

    La duración de este curso es de 24 hs.

    All courses on the Certified Scrum Developer track are taught by Registered Education Providers. For more information on the curriculum for the CSD credential, visit http://www.scrumalliance.org/certifications/practitioners/csd-certification.

  • Details

    Date: 27-29 November, 2012
    Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Venue:
    Grupo Esfera
    Av. Rivadavia 2134
    Piso 3 Oficina F
    Buenos Aires, 1034 Argentina
    http://www.grupoesfera.com.ar/mailing/agiles/10_2012/empresas/index.html

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    Regular Price: $2370 + IVA

  • Agenda

    Contents

    Contents: Day 1

    • • Defining value
    • • Aligning the project vision
    • • Organizing the product backlog using user stories
    • • Basic Estimation
    • • Release planning
    • • Configuration Management
    • • The practice of versioning
    • • Versioning the project
    • • Best practices for producing great code I
    • • The practice of versioning
    • • Test Driven Development
    • • Test first, Test often: A case for TDD
    • • Sprint development (Implementing a first slice -services- of the first user story)
    • • Sprint development (Implementing a first slice -services- of the first user story)

    Contents: Day 2

    • • Pair programming
    • • Sprint Development (Completing the first user story)
    • • Advanced development practices
    • • Emergent Design and Architecture
    • • Domain Driven Design
    • • Sprint Development
    • • Day 2 Retrospective
    • • Review. Retrospective

    Contents: Day 3

    • • Best practices for producing great code III
    • • Test Driven Development
    • • Test code refactoring
    • • Stubs, Mocks, Null and Dummy objects
    • • Sprint Development (Implementing the second user story)
    • • Metrics and static analysis tools
    • • Sprint Development (Implementing the second user story)
    • • Configuration Management II
    • • Tagging
    • • When to Branch/Merge
    • • Deployment automation
    • • Day 3 Retrospective
  • Who Should Attend

    Developers and other technical staff related to development teams, including developers, testers, analysts, quality assurance and improvement analysts, architects, technology administrators, etc.

    Development managers and project managers will profit from the workshop but might be put well out of their zone of comfort by the need to perform development activities (though such activities will mostly be performed by groups that will provide peer support).