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 one day (8 hours) course fulfills the Introduction to Scrum requirement for the CSD Track.
Learning Objective: Introduction to 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. This training course will fulfill the Introduction to Scrum requirement for the CSD.
Completing this training curriculum will give you the knowledge and experience of using Scrum to rapidly build quality software, and enable you to:
•Accurately estimate development tasks
•Write stories and build features in sprints
•Participate in each type of Scrum meeting
•Use test-first development to drive design
•Work effectively with legacy code
•Employ techniques that reduce defects
•Quickly implement effective design alternatives
•Collaborate smoothly with other team members
•Understand the Scrum framework and its roles, artifacts and ceremonies
•Recognize the key differences between Scrum and traditional waterfall development
•Define an effective strategy for continuously integrating software as it is built
•Lead a Scrum team to plan, estimate, and prioritize their backlog
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: Introduction to Scrum
Covers Agile values and essential elements of Scrum for software developers: Scrum principles, values, and framework; artifacts; story writing; collaboration; estimation and planning; coaching and facilitation.