Become a Professional Scrum Developer – Preparation for PSD 1 Exam Free Tutorial Download
About This Class
Agile… Scrum… MVP… CI/CD… TDD… Extreme programming… Those words/acronyms that you see in many articles or hear around you. Do you know what they mean? Why should you understand them?
In an increasingly competitive context characterized by changing needs (new services, new functionalities…), Agile methods are revolutionizing project management and providing clear answers to current challenges. They are increasingly used and people capable of evolving, optimizing or deploying an agile framework are in high demand today.
There is much confusion about the term “developer” and “development team” from Scrum in the software development industry. Many people still think that the Scrum Developer == Programmer.
In Scrum, the term developer equates to a Development team member. So from this point forward we will refer the developer as the development team member.
This training will give you all the knowledge you need to master scrum with a double objective at the end of the training:
- Make you a fully operational agile developer
- Prepare yourself in the best conditions to take the Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) certification of scrum.org. The PSD certification of scrum.org is highly valued on the job market and the asset is a guarantee of being able to position you more easily on positions that evolve in an agile context.
- Understand the logic of any Agile approach, its values and principles
- Understand the Scrum framework: its activities, its artifacts
- Understand the three roles that make up the scrum team
- Be able to evolve, deploy and maintain a high-performance agile framework
- Understand the role of the Agile developer
- Have a good knowledge of Agile design, development and testing practices
- Know how to plan your action in an Agile project as a developer
What you will learn
- To be able to apply agile values and principles in an operational manner
- Master the Scrum framework (Roles, Meetings & Artefacts)
- Know good software development practices in an agile environment (CI/CD, Feature toggle, Testing TDD / BDD / ATDD, Extreme Programming, Pair-Programming, Design Patterns, Refactoring, Handling bugs, MVP…)
- Make other developers aware of these good practices
- Understand and promote self-organization within the development team
- Master all the notions required to pass the Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) certification of the scrum.org website
- Agile manifesto
- Development in Agile Environment
- Testing in Agile Environment
- CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment)
- Tips for PSD1 Exam
- Do Not Fall Into the Trap (common misconceptions)