17. July 2019 - 9:00
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Certified Scrum Developer® Workshop (CSD®) – New York City, NY | 68 Jay St, Brooklyn | Wednesday, 17. July 2019

CSD – Certified Scrum Developer course focuses on the technical aspect of being agile and scrum practitioner. This three day technical track focuses on technical requirement to become a CSD. This course focuses on 3 day technical training out of the required 5 days of combined scrum and technical session to become a CSD. This three-day class is aimed at helping software development professionals and teams to be more effective when implementing Scrum and other Agile methodologies. They will learn how to create and maintain high quality systems through industry standard practices such as Test Driven Development, Continuous Integration and deployment, agile architecture, automation tools and common software design patterns.Students who successfully complete the course and pass the assessment will be eligible for the Scrum Alliance’s Certified Scrum Developer® (CSD) credential.
Programming language:
Java, C#(.net), PHP, JavaScript – examples will be shown in max 2 languages based on the preference of majority of the participants. We will add Python and Ruby on the list very soon.
Who Should Attend?

Software Developers
Software Development Managers
Software Architects
QA/Automation Engineer
Scrum Masters
Business/Technical Analyst
DevOps engineers
Anyone involved in Scrum Team

• Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master (CSM) or prospective participants who are planning to complete CSM after CSD.• Experience in any modern programming language (i.e. C#, Java, PHP, JavaScript)• A laptop with a working development environment
Learning Objective:
Understand the collaboration of a real Scrum teamLearn about user stories and how to write specificationsLearn why and how of TDD, BDD and ATDDLearn how to write good unit testingUnderstand differences between software-testing conceptsUnderstand Continuous Integration and deploymentLearn how to use tools to automate End to End testingLearn how to refactor code to improve maintainability to adopt future changesLearn agile architecture and best practicesLearn about pair programming and code review techniquesLearn about Design pattern and SOLID principlesLearn about different tools and platforms for agile development practices
Learning from personal experience and real life scenarios of the instructorFun filled and activity driven learning approachPractical implementations on different languages and tools for the topics covered.In class instant small assessments to measure the progress3 days learning with daily iteration, planning and feedback.Learning how to become a better team player with interactions and transparencyLearning how to write better codes and utilize available tools and techniques to increase efficiency and qualityLearning how to add value to the team, organization and products you are working onLearning about best practices, latest technologies and concepts
• soft copy of slides and codes• 24 SEUs / 21 PDUs • Fulfill one of the core requirements for the Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) certificationFor more information, visit our Scrum alliance course offering page. Scrum alliance