Certified ScrumDeveloper Track

Distributed Development with Scrum

Organization

R Technologies, Inc

  • Course

    Date: 16 July, 2013
    Location: San Jose, CA, United States

    Regular Price: $600

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

    Silicon CSD Training

    Raman Technologies, Inc

    Tuesday, July 16, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

    San Jose, CA

    Certified Scrum Developer Track 

     

    To become a Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) as authorized by the Scrum Alliance, the person must either obtain the CSM certification and take and pass the Agile Engineering Practices 3-day course, or take the Introduction to Scrum for Developers, Agile Engineering Practices, and an Elective. 

     

    This training course will fulfill the Elective requirement for the CSD Track.

     

     

    Learning Objective: Agile Elective course - Distributed Development with Scrum (1 day – 8 hours/PDUs)

     

    Who Should Take This Course 

    This training is for IT Professionals that support software development projects. This set of courses will benefit architects; business analysts, developers; QA testers and engineers, and project/product managers. Familiarity with basic Object-Oriented (OO) concepts and terminology is recommended. 

     

    Course Benefits 

    Completing this training curriculum will give you the knowledge and experience of using Scrum to rapidly build quality software, and enable you to:

     

    •Distributed communication within the Scrum team

    •Simulating colocation with a remote team

    •Facilitating remote StandUps

    •Understanding barriers with distributed development

    •How to build trust with a distributed, virtual team

    •Real life examples of successful distributed development

     

    Schedule  

    M – F, Time: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM (Lunch 12:00 – 1:00 PM, Continental Breakfast 8:30am to 9am, Refreshments served throughout the day)

     

    Day 1: Distributed Development with Scrum 

     

    Morning Session (8:30am to noon): Distributed Scrum Development  Overview – Introduction to advantages and disadvantages of offsite/onsite development. Techniques for enabling communication with distributed team members, and how to build trust.

    Afternoon Session (1pm to 3:30pm): Distributed Scrum Practices – Discussion of  techniques/approaches to implement for sprints and software development. Also, an in-depth discussion of how the  Product Owner, ScrumMaster, and the team can work together in a collaborative environment despite being remote. 

    Evening Session (3:30pm to 5pm): Case Study – Case study discussion where the class discusses solutions to the Distributed Development with Scrum given the context. The Case study will vary from class to class.

    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: 16 July, 2013
    Location: San Jose, CA, United States

    Venue:
    Hyatt House
    75 Headquarters Drive ,
    San Jose, CA 95134 United States
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    Regular Price: $600

  • Agenda

    Completing this training curriculum will give you the knowledge and experience of using Scrum to rapidly build quality software, and enable you to:

     

    •Distributed communication within the Scrum team

    •Simulating colocation with a remote team

    •Facilitating remote StandUps

    •Understanding barriers with distributed development

    •How to build trust with a distributed, virtual team

    •Real life examples of successful distributed development

  • Who Should Attend

    This training is for IT Professionals that support software development projects. This set of courses will benefit architects; business analysts, developers; QA testers and engineers, and project/product managers. Familiarity with basic Object-Oriented (OO) concepts and terminology is recommended.