Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) Track Two Overview:
A Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) is someone who has demonstrated through a combination of formal training and a technical skills assessment that he or she has a working understanding of Scrum principles and has learned specialized Agile engineering skills. The Scrum Alliance requires at least 5 days of formal training followed by a CSD assessment/evaluation. To make it easy for you, The Braintrust Consulting Group has bundled a series of our classes into a complete track. CSD Track Two bundles our Scrum Essentials class (SE), our User Story Workshop (USW) class, and our Agile Engineering (AE) class. At the conclusion of the 5 days, you will have a thorough understanding of Scrum Development and you will meet all requirements to earn your Scrum Developer (CSD) Certification. CSD Track Two is intended for professional software developers who are on a Scrum team and want to understand how Scrum and Agile engineering practices are applied and how they affect their role in the team. It’s ideal for candidates who already have their Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) certification or developers who are interested in move advanced Test Driven Development (TDD) techniques.
CSD Track Two Classes:
Scrum Essentials (1 day) (7 PDU’s)
This class is an in-depth one day immersion into the world of Scrum. It is ideal for anyone who is interested in learning more about the benefits of Scrum. Scrum Essentials is full of practical, real world techniques that can be implemented immediately at your workplace. This class will allow your organization to enjoy the many advantages Scrum has to offer. Hands-on exercises demonstrate key concepts and let you experience the benefits of Scrum firsthand.
User Story Workshop (USW) (1 day) (7 PDU’s)
The User Story Workshop is a full-day workshop for Business Analysts and Product Owners and anyone who will be involved in the writing of User Stories. The course focuses on how to gather Agile requirements and document them as User Stories. This is a very hands-on course and features many exercises that solidify key course concepts. Whenever possible real-world examples are brought in from the course participants work in order to jumpstart their next Agile project.
Agile Engineering (AE) (3 days) (21 PDUs)
This class is aimed at helping software development professionals and teams be more effective when implementing Scrum and other Agile software development methodologies. In an effort to raise the effectiveness of Scrum, the Scrum Alliance has created the CSD program. This class is designed to deliver the core Agile Development Practices Learning Objectives of that program and should prepare the participant to successfully pass the Scrum Alliance CSD Candidate Assessment.
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Certified Scrum Developer (CSD)
What others are are saying about us:
- "This was the biggest "bang for the buck" of any class I've ever taken (in 18 years of professional development)." - Heather
- "The class was a great look into how we, as Developers, can improve our process within our Agile Scrum Teams." - Zach
- "I was pleasantly surprised that after only two days I now have a foundation to begin using Scrum at my agency." - Kevin
Who should attend?
- Software Architects
- Software Developers
- Software Development Managers
- Systems Analysts
- None for Scrum Essentials or User Story Workshop
- A laptop with a working development environment that you can be brought to class for the Agile Engineering class
CSD Track Two Class Learning Objectives:
- As a SE class participant, I want...
- The advantages Scrum can brings to your team
- To re-engage your customers by rebuilding trust and putting them in the driver’s seat
- To embrace continuous planning throughout project lifecycle and gathering real-time requirements
- To apply techniques such as swarming to more effectively get work done
- To work as a self organizing/ self management team
- To align your team around rapid fire issue/risk discovery
- To identify ineffective ways of working and practice continuous improvement
- As a USW class participant, I want to...
- Demonstrate how to create a product vision statement, so that I an establish a guiding light for the product, with the help of my stakeholders.
- Demonstrate how to establish user roles, so that I can ensure I don't miss an important stakeholder's business need.
- Describe the user story format, so that I can clearly comprehend the importance of each section.
- Be able to understand the importance of quality acceptance criteria, so that I can produce effective user stories.
- Practice writing user stories, so that I am more comfortable when I start doing it for real.
- Explain how to tell a good user story from a bad one, so that I can create a better product backlog.
- Understand wha the term "epic" means, so that when I write stories I understand how the can be at different levels.
- Understand the concept of story mapping, so that I can use it as a method to gather user stories.
- As an AE class participant, I want to...
- Understand my role on a Scrum team so that the team is successful in meeting sprint and release goals
- Clearly understand user stories so that I can deliver the right functionality
- Write effective unit tests so that I will know when the code is done
- Quickly and accurately break down requirements so that the work of delivering business value can be planned effectively
- Write high quality code and be able to evaluate code quality so that the project is not slowed down in the future by poor quality code (aka technical debt)
- Work collaboratively and efficiently with the other members of my Scrum team so that the sprint goal is achieved
- Write small tests then write the code to pass the tests and clean up the code so that I can work quickly and efficiently
- Create software components that are maintainable and efficient so that the product will have a long life and adapt to new requirements easily
- Have a common language to use when discussing application design with other developers so that we can quickly and accurately describe the system design
- Clean up my new code safely so that the new code is flexible and easy to understand
- Use automatic tools to refactor so that I can concentrate on delivering the needed functionality
- Verify that my code works in the system and does not break the system as often as possible so that issues are discovered quickly and the project is almost always in a state that can be demonstrated
- Use a build system that automatically builds the system and runs all automated tests so that integrating often is as easy as possible
- Learn while not being bored and having fun
- Retain more information because of our unique hands-on approach; based on the latest research into brain science
- Be entertained by stories from our real-world experienced and knowledgeable instructors
- Maximize investments already made by gaining valuable Professional Development Units (PDUs)
- Increase your personal worth within your company and in the marketplace
- Develop the correct technique for continuously integrating your newly developed code into your existing code base
- Know how to apply Agile and Scrum principles and best practices to form the best mix for your team's success
- Learn the different approach to Agile architecture and design that supports a more incremental and emergent project
- Transform your development processes to reflect the most efficient approach given your organization's constraints
- Learn how to adopt Agile practices effectively within the context of your existing software development framework
- Learn to utilize refactoring to ensure a longer lifespan of your software
- Discover how continuous, incremental improvement will allow your team to continue growing long after the conclusion of the class
CSD Track Two Takeaways:
- Easy to use reminders of Scrum
- Printed class manual
- Scrum reference card
- Thumbdrive loaded with; articles, class exercises, whitepapers, etc...
- Up to 35 PDUs
- Fulfill 1 or more of the requirements for the Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) designation
About The Instructor: Erick Fleming, CSM, JCD, MCT, MSCD
Erick Fleming, CSM, JCD, MCT, MSCD is a certified .NET and Java Developer with over 17 years of programming and training experience. Erick holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems from University of South Florida. Erick is an instructor for The Braintrust Consulting Group, a provider of complete project management solutions for a wide range of software related projects. Braintrust blends People, Process, Tools, and Training into one seamless formula in order to help their clients break through roadblocks, improve processes, meet deadlines, and exceed goals. In addition, Erick has spent most of his career training and consulting with organizations on technologies ranging from .NET and Java to Linux and other open source tools. Specializing in cloud-based web solutions. To contact Erick please e-mail him at email@example.com.
Organizations That We Have Trained:
- American Airlines
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Department of Homeland Security
- Earnst & Young
- Emory University
- H&R Block
- Thomson Reuters
- Tractor Supply
- Vanderbilt University
- Many, many, more...
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