Advanced Certified Scrum Developer-A-CSD
Advance your technical skills in agile product development. Become an exceptional Agile Engineer with real-time Scrum activities and simulations
- Get a certificate from the globally acclaimed Scrum Alliance
- Get trained by Certified Scrum Developer Trainer (CSDT)
- Earn 16 PDUs and 16 SEUs in just 2 days
- Be prepared to lead scrum teams
- Be an effective Agile Developer – True Agile engineer in Scrum
- Get free post training support
Are you ready to accelerate agile product delivery by sharpening your advanced agile engineering skills?
Advance your technical skills in agile product development. Certified Scrum Developers (CSD®) have demonstrated — through a combination of formal training and a technical skills assessment — that they have a working understanding of Scrum and agile principles, and have learned specialized agile product development skills. The Advanced Certified Scrum Developer℠ course is designed to up-level the skills of growth-oriented CSDs by immersing you in practice and practical application. The goal is to expose students to advanced tools and collaboration techniques needed to build good products in the iterative and incremental fashion that Scrum requires.
What are the benefits of an Advanced Certified Scrum Developer℠ certification?
In today’s competitive job market, Advanced Certified Scrum Developer℠ training can fuel your career success and increase your effectiveness on any Scrum team. A successful Certified Scrum Developer commits to continuous improvement, making A-CSD℠ the logical next step. The coursework and dedication needed to achieve an A-CSD℠ helps you become a better practitioner of Scrum and agile development. By earning an Advanced Certified Scrum Developer certification℠, you:
- Enjoy the power to collaboratively improve your team’s working dynamics and effectiveness
- Grow your technical capabilities by practicing agile tested approaches to development
- Expand your understanding of the foundations of Scrum and the scope of your role
- Improve your career opportunities by staying relevant and marketable to agile businesses
- Engage with a community of like-minded Scrum developers who are committed to continuous improvement
- Analyze your growth and discover new opportunities to accelerate your career as an Agilist
- Lots of activities, role play, labs, simulations – No torture by PowerPoint.
- Distinguish yourself in the global marketplace
- Stand out in your industry as a member of the globally recognized Scrum Alliance community
- Show quality engineering practices and value to your employer (or potential employer) as a highly trained Agile professional
- Ready to be a great agile delivery engineer?
- You may earn 16 SEUs.
To earn an A-CSD℠, we require that you:
- Hold a Certified Scrum Developer (CSD®) certification with the Scrum Alliance.
- Attend an A-CSD℠ educational offering to gain techniques that expand into test-driven development, continuous delivery, refactoring, collaboration, and team dynamics.
- Successfully complete all educator-designed components of an approved educational offering. This may include pre- or post-course work as deemed necessary by your approved educator to complete the learning objectives.
- Validate at least 12 months of work experience specific to the role of Scrum developer/team member (within the past five years).
When you complete your course, you will receive notification to accept your A-CSD℠ license, and the A-CSD℠ certification will be added to your profile. Your certification is valid for two years.
Your Path with Scrum Alliance
- Certified Scrum Developer course
- A-CSD℠ course
- Certified Scrum Professional — Developer℠ course
On your path to CSP-D℠, you must demonstrate an understanding of Scrum and agile engineering practices by passing a CSD assessment provided by a Scrum Alliance approved CSD educator. The assessment may be an exam administered by the educator or an active, classroom-based assessment.
Maintain your CSD® certification by earning Scrum Education Units® (SEUs) and renewing your certification every two years.
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The Learning Objectives for this offering are based on:
- Scrum Guide, http://www.scrumguides.org
- Manifesto for Agile Software Development, four values, 12 principles, agilemanifesto.org
- Scrum Values, https://www.scrumalliance.org/about-scrum/values
- Scrum Alliance Scrum Foundations Learning Objectives
- Extreme Programming Explained – Embrace Change by Kent Beck
- Read recent blog on xp at: www.dailyagile.com/blog
Based on the newest curriculum from Scrum Alliance, this sixteen-hour training program provides the knowledge and skills to extend your Scrum developer experience and focuses on core engineering practices for you to become a valuable member of a Scrum team. It is a fully-fledged technical course for software professionals with lots of practical lab works.
First, we will explore the Agile architectures with key focus on different architectural patterns and practices. Then we will deep dive into Test Driven Development practices with Mock, Spy and Stub. Then we will learn how to speak in common language using Behavior Driven Development BDD followed by Acceptance Test Driven Development ATDD.
We will cover the code refactoring principles and how to write code in a better way. We will explore 23 Design Patterns and deep dive into few of them followed by SOLID principles. We will also see how to build CI/CD pipelines and what to consider to make developer better and efficient. We will conclude the class by having a details discussion on DevOps and SRE.
This entails covering LOs within the following categories:
- Lean, Agile and Scrum
- Collaboration and Team Dynamics
- Architecture & Design
- Test Driven Development
- Integrating Continuously
- Learning by Delivering Continuously
Students attending an A-CSD offering should expect that each LO identified in this document will be covered. Students should also expect that the Scrum Foundations LOs are covered either before or during the offering.
Your Instructor: Mizanur Rahman
Mizan is an experienced Agile coach and trainer for more than 12 years with 20 years of software development experience. His agile coaching mainly focuses on technical part of agile which includes Agile engineering practices, Agile architecture, DevOps, SRE, CI/CD, Test Automation, TDD, ATDD, BDD, Micro Services, Domain Driven Design, Cloud Native designs and many more. He has trained more than 3000+ people in Agile & Scrum all over the world including USA, Japan, Indian, Bangladesh, Nepal, Middle East. He is a full stack developer and architect who writes code and solve problems on day to day basis.
Who will benefit? Who should take this course?
The following individuals will benefit from this course:
Advanced Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) course is for all team members and had the greatest impact when the entire team attends together.
- DBAs – Data Base Administrators
- Development Managers
- Product Mangers
- QA Engineers
- Software Engineers
- Technical Analysts
- Business System Analysts (BSA)
- Business Analysts (BA)
- Technical Leads
- Technical writers
- Testers, and
- Consultants who wants help organization transform from doing agile to being agile
You must have completed CSD from Scrum Alliance plus 12 months of experience as scrum team members in last five (5) years.
What Attendees Get?
The class registration includes:
- Printed or digital workbook based on course delivery method
- Eligibility to earn A-CSD and path towards CSD-P
- Two-year membership to the Scrum Alliance wide range of resources
- Course certificate of completion by Scrum Alliance
- Attendees must attend entire class duration and/or complete off class activities/homework of the course with Video On in order to qualify for the certificate.
- You also get 1-hour post-class free coaching/follow-up time with the trainer within 12 months
- For more information, contact us at: [email protected] or visit us at: www.DailyAgile.com, Call or Text at: +1-610-564-7659
- Architecture and Design in Agile
- Evolving Architectures
- Cloud native applications
- Technical excellence and technical debt
- Principles evolving architectures and designs
- micro-service-based architecture
- Domain driven design
- Test Driven Development (TDD)
- Lab work focusing TDD
- Behavior driven development – BDD
- Understanding Gherkin
- Using BDD frameworks
- Lab work focusing BDD
- Acceptance test driven development – ATDD
- API Testing
- End to End testing
- Test Automation
- Testing Mobile apps
- Lab work focusing ATDD
- Technical Debt
- Continues attention to technical excellence
- Refactoring goals and benefits
- Refactoring and TDD
- Lab work focusing Refactoring
- Refactoring to pattern
- GoF design patterns
- SOLID principles
- Continuous Integration
- Building a pipeline
- building multi environment pipelines
- Lab work – design your own pipeline
- DevOps & SRE
- three ways of DevOps
- DevOps principles and practices
- CALMS values
- SRE foundation