Professional Scrum Developer (.NET) Plus
Professional Scrum Developer courses teach students how to use modern software engineering practices to develop an increment of potentially shippable functionality using a specific technology. Students learn to do so within the Scrum framework, working as part of a self-organizing, cross-functional team to do iterative, incremental development. Classes are exercise-driven, with students working in teams to develop “done” increments from product backlog items.
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The Professional Scrum Developer .NET courses cover three main topics:
Scrum. PSD courses cover Scrum Fundamentals like Scrum roles, artifacts, and processes. The course simulates being part of a Scrum team to expose students to these concepts in action. Students learn how to work as part of a Scrum team, which requires them to understand techniques for self-organization. At the end of the course students develop skills in identifying and eliminate typical types of Scrum team dysfunction.
Tools. PSD courses teach students how to leverage different development tools to employ Scrum practices. PSD .NET courses are taught in the context of Visual Studio 2010 using the Visual Studio Scrum 1.0 template. Students learn how to map these specific tool features and functions to the general Scrum practices they must use to be effective team members.
Best Practices. PSD courses cover all of the technical practices that team members need to successfully implement and ship functionality. These include coding practices like test-driven development, continuous integration, and refactoring; architecture practices such as emerging architecture and evolutionary database development; release management practices like planning, requirements definition, and shipment, and quality assurance practices from defining “done” to pair programming to version control to acceptance testing.
Upon course completion, students will be prepared to take an assessment which will enable them to become Certified Professional Scrum Developers.
For more information see: http://www.scrum.org/psd-net-syllabus/