I've been a keen advocate of Scrum since 2004 when I first read Agile Software Development with SCRUM, and adopted it in use at the organisations I worked for at the time.
I completed my CSM training in June 2006 with Mike Cohn, and a year later my CSP status followed. To further expand my understanding of Scrum I completed my CSPO training in August 2013, and SAFe Agilist training in April 2014.
I've been an Agile practitioner for nearly 14 years, a ScrumMaster including acting as Group ScrumMaster for nearly 10 years, and Agile coach for 8 years.
I've achieved Certified ScrumMaster Practitioner status, and I'm looking to further extend my certification in the near future.
Articles I've written
No Guru? How about a Trigger List?
For new CSMs and for those who feel they are having to make things up as they go along, reliable information is a valuable and all too rare commodity. Can the Scrum Alliance do something to help?