Certified ScrumDeveloper Track

Certified Scrum Developer - Technical Practices

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  • Course

    Date: 3-7 March, 2014
    Location: Shanghai, Shanghai, China

    Regular Price: 25000

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

    During this one-week Scrum Developer course, the participants get a feel of what it is like to be on a Scrum team. They will go through a one-week sprint in which they build a small application. The course is structured so that there are small lecture-introduction of practices which is immediately followed up by putting the them into practice using the one-week application. This structure is as close to agile coaching as you can get within a one-week training.

    The course is five day long during which there is about 30% lecture and 70% exercise. The course cover Scrum practices such as Sprint Planning, Backlog Refinement, working as a team and a lot of technical practices such as Test-Driven Development, Continuous Integration, Acceptance Test-Driven Development, Refactoring. It also covers how to apply these practices in a legacy codebase situation.

    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: 3-7 March, 2014
    Location: Shanghai, Shanghai, China

    Venue:
    Yinxiao Road
    Shanghai, Shanghai 200201 China
    www.odd-e.com

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    Regular Price: 25000

  • Agenda
    • Requirement workshop / A-TDD
    • SCM,Build Automation and other tools
    • Sprint Planning
    • Pair Programming
    • Continuous Integration and CI Systems
    • Test-Driven Development
    • Working in teams
    • Collective Code Ownership
    • Mocking
    • Code Smells & Refactoring
    • Good unit tests
    • Thinking about Design
    • Working with Legacy Code
    • Craftsmanship
    • Retrospective