Agile Engineering / Certified Scrum Developer Class Information
- A laptop with a working development environment that can be brought to class
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Software Developers
- Software Development Managers
- Software Architects
Technical Things you will Learn
- Test Driven Development!
- Behavior Driven Development!
- Write effective Unit Tests
- Learn Pair Programming
- Write Tests, Write Code to Pass and Clean up code
- Automatic Refactor Tools
- Automated Testing
Class Learning Objectives:
As an Agile Engineering class participant, I want to learn…
- my role on a Scrum team.
- to clearly understand user stories.
- to write effective unit tests.
- to quickly and accurately break down work requirements.
- to write high quality code and be able to evaluate code quality.
- to work collaboratively and efficiently with the other members of my Scrum team.
- to write small tests then write the code to pass the tests and clean up the code.
- to create software components that are maintainable and efficient.
- common language to use when discussing application design with other developers.
- to clean up my new code safely.
- to use automatic tools to refactor.
- to verify that my code works in the system and does not break the system as often as possible.
- to use a build system that automatically builds the system and runs all automated tests so that integrating often is as easy as possible.
SEU's and PDU's Earned
In an effort to raise the effectiveness of Scrum, the Scrum Alliance has created the Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) program. A Certified Scrum Developer 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. This three-day class is aimed at helping software development professionals and teams be more effective when implementing Scrum and other Agile methodologies. You will learn how to create and maintain high quality systems through industry standard practices such as Test Driven Development, Continuous Integration and common software design patterns. This class was specifically designed to deliver the core Agile Development Practices Learning Objectives of the CSD program and should prepare the participant to successfully pass the Scrum Alliance CSD Candidate Assessment.
In order to earn the CSD certification, the Scrum Alliance requires at least five days of formal training followed by a CSD assessment/evaluation. This class fulfills 21 of the required 35 hours and can be paired with the Certified ScrumMaster class to complete the requirement.
- You will learn while not being bored and having fun
- You will retain more information because of our unique hands-on approach; based on the latest research into brain science
- You will be entertained by stories from our real-world experienced and knowledgeable instructors
- You will maximize investments already made by gaining valuable Professional Development Units (PDUs)
- You will increase your personal worth within your company and in the marketplace
- You will learn how to increase customer satisfaction and time to market delivery
- You will learn how to properly align your development efforts around delivering the highest business value features first
- You will learn how to gain organizational trust and improve your team’s reputation for on-time and on-budget delivery by setting them up for frequent successes
- You will learn how to experience higher team morale and productivity with a fundamental shift in management style
- You will learn to focus your personnel efforts on the highest value tasks that will have an immediate impact on your teams level of success
- You will improve your communications, through transparency and “pull” versus “push” systems.
- You will learn to achieve greater flexibility and add value to your organization
- You will develop the correct technique for continuously integrating your newly developed code into your existing code base
- You will know how to apply Agile and Scrum principles and best practices to form the best mix for your team’s success
- You will learn the different approach to agile architecture and design that supports a more incremental and emergent project
ERICK FLEMING, CSM, JCD, MCT, MSCD, CSD
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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