Certified Scrum Developer - CSD®
Get Your Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Developer (CSD®) certification
Are you a technical person in an agile environment? Do you want to understand all the technical elements involved in being agile? If your answer is YES, then join the 5-day Certified Scrum Developer® (CSD®) course to get a full understanding of the Agile mindset, the Scrum framework and how to handle technical aspects of being agile.
You can expect a highly interactive and fun 5-days training where you will be challenged on your knowledge through exercises and simulations, as well as where the facts will be combined with practical examples – and yes you will be coding!
The course covers the critical skills in coding, testing, refactoring, continuous integration, and other related topics that are needed for successful team software development in an agile environment
On completion of the full 5-days training, you will be credited with an internationally recognized Certified Scrum Developer® certificate (CSD®) from Scrum Alliance.
Topics To Expect In Your Scrum Developer Training
|Agile & Scrum theory|
|Scrum Simulation: Scrumchkin|
|From Product Vision to Product Backlog|
|Behaviour Driven Development|
|Architecture and Design|
|Collaboration such as, but not limited to Pair Programming|
|Continuous Integration and Deployment|
|Single Command Build|
|Single Source Repository|
|Your own laptop|
|Attend in-person the full 5 days course.|
|After successfully completing the course, you will be asked to accept the CSD License Agreement and complete your Scrum Alliance membership profile.|
|Your certificate will be valid for 2 years from acceptance of the CSD License|
Who Would Benefit From Scrum Training?
- Developers, Software Architects, Testers, Technology Directors, Project Managers, And Technical Leaders.
- Anyone That Would Like An Understanding Of The Agile Mindset, The Scrum Framework, And The Technical Part Of Being Agile.
Cost Of Scrum Developer Certification: R15 500,00 excl VAT
FAQs About Scrum Development
The Scrum Master is the servant leader to the Scrum Team and the Scrum Developer is the product producer. Both the Scrum Developer and The Scrum Master are skilled in the Agile methodology and Scrum Framework. The difference between the two is the Scrum Master facilitate, coach, train and mentor the Scrum Team in the agile mindset and frameworks. The Scrum Developer has to focus on the technical aspects of the project and manage the actual deliverables.
You’re more than welcome to do both the Certified Scrum Master and the Certified Scrum
Developer courses. It depends on where you see your career going and also how small yourteam is. The Scrum Developer certification is more technical than the Scrum Master one. Please keep that in mind.
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About the trainer
Mario Melo - Certified Scrum Developer Trainer
Mario began his career as a developer in 2004 and was one of the first Scrum Alliance official trainers to be awarded the Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) certification in Brazil. Since 2014, he has been working as a trainer and coach in Brazil and Europe, working with clients such as Nokia, Siemens, FPF Tech, Outsystems, Energias de Portugal (EDP) and others.
Mario is also a founder of Facta IT, a software development company from Belo Horizonte created in 2011 that has helped start-ups and multinationals find and develop technological solutions that provide returns on investments as soon as possible.
Malene Jacobsen - Co-Trainer
Malene will be co-training the course with Mario. Malene is one of the few people that has never done a Waterfall project. She was first exposed to Agile and Scrum during an Advanced Computer Science course and since then it has become a natural way of thinking both in work and her private life. Malene fully lives up to the saying: ‘you don’t do Agile, you become Agile!’
Malene has significant experience in using Scrum in all rolls of a Scrum team and at a large variety of industries including manufacturing, education, finance, retail and not to mention her own private life – ask her how you plan a wedding with the Scrum framework!