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Certified Scrum Developer® Training: June 20-22, Sandy, UT


  • Salt Lake Community College - Sandy Campus 9750 South 300 West Sandy, UT, 84070 United States (map)

Certified Scrum Developer® Training

This three-day course is fully approved by the Scrum Alliance as the main component of the Certified Scrum Developer® certification. This is primarily a programming course and not just a series of presentations and discussions.


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Trainer: Ivan Biddles

 
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Ivan Biddles has over 30 years of success as a CTO, principal architect, designer and developer. He has worked on flight simulators and operating systems, embedded devices and mobile and cloud applications, He has dedicated considerable time to training and mentoring other developers because of his passion to pass on all he has learned to the current and next generations of computer professionals. Ivan is a CSM and CSD and holds an MBA and MS in Computer, Systems and Data Science.


Description

This three-day course is fully approved by the Scrum Alliance as the main component of the Certified Scrum Developer® certification. This is primarily a programming course and not just a series of presentations and discussions.

Prerequisite

Attendees should have some programming experience and should bring a laptop with them.


Agenda

  • Scrum Principles - for the Scrum Developer
  • Agile Values - from the Scrum Developer perspective
  • Architecture and Design - principles, practices and patterns for an agile environment
  • Extreme Programming (XP)
  • Collaboration - working as a team, including the customer, pair and mob programming
  • Test-Driven Development (TDD) - as a design approach, the red-green-refactor cycle, qualities of a good test, and measuring test effectiveness
  • Acceptance Test-Driven development
  • Refactoring - when to refactor, refactoring for maintainability, refactoring to patterns
  • Continuous Integration - single-command builds, build automation, single source repository, automated deployment, continuous delivery

Certification

This course satisfies the CSD Technical Course requirements for both Certified Scrum Developer® tracks: 

Track 1:

  • CSM® Course (2 days) if taught by a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer® (CST®)
  • CSD Technical Course (must include coding) (3 days)

Track 2:

  • Introduction to Scrum (1 day)
  • CSD Technical Course (must include coding) (3 days)
  • Technical Elective (1 day)

Students seeking a Scrum Alliance CSD certificate can complete either track to earn certification.

Thus, upon completing this course, current Certified Scrum Masters® will be immediately eligible to be awarded the certification of Certified Scrum Developer®. Others become eligible upon completing a one-day Introduction to Scrum course and a one-day Technical Elective, both available through Scrum Adventures, or by completing the Certified Scrum Master® course and examination.


Why Scrum Adventures?

  • Real World Scenarios
  • Team and Role Based Activities
  • Energy and Enthusiasm
  • FUN!

Venue

Class is conducted in the Salt Lake Community College - Sandy Campus. 

9750 South 300 West, Sandy, UT, 84070


Credits Earned

  This course earns 24 PDUs

This course earns 24 PDUs

 This course earns 24 Scrum Education Units (SEU ® ) with Scrum Alliance ®.  SEUs can be used for earning and renewing your CSP ® , CEC, and or CST ®.  Read about  Scrum Education Units  Read how to  earn SEUs for your CSP  Read how to  renew your CSP

This course earns 24 Scrum Education Units (SEU®) with Scrum Alliance®. SEUs can be used for earning and renewing your CSP®, CEC, and or CST®.
Read about Scrum Education Units
Read how to earn SEUs for your CSP
Read how to renew your CSP


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