SCRUM DEVELOPER CERTIFIED (SDC)
Building complex software applications is a difficult task. Scrum methodology comes as a solution for executing such complicated tasks. It helps the development team to focus on all aspects of the product like quality, performance, usability and so on. Scrum is based on three pillars: Roles, Artifacts and Ceremonies. This will be covered in our training at Edlinqs.
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Course Duration : 25 Hours
- Defining Agile values and principles
- Contrasting Waterfall and Agile product development philosophies
- Confronting the challenges of adopting Agile
- Creating a cross-functional team
- Defining the core Scrum Framework
- Core Scrum team, artifacts and ceremonies
- Adapting traditional business process to Scrum
- Applying core Scrum Values
- Leveraging checks and balances
Defining the core scrum artifacts
- Creating the Product Backlog
- Implementing the Sprint Backlog
- Defining the Definition of Done
- Developing potentially shippable product increment
The core scrum ceremonies
- Product Backlog
- Sprint Planning meeting
- Daily Scrum
- Demonstrating products in Sprint Reviews
- Participating in the Sprint Retrospective
- User Stories
- Product Backlogs
- Release Backlog
- Sprint Backlog
- Block List
- Burn down Chart
- In sprint planning, tester should pick a user-story from the product backlog that should be tested.
- As a tester, he/she should decide how many hours (Effort Estimation) it should take to finish testing for each of selected user stories.
- As a tester, he/she must know what sprint goals are.
- As a tester, contribute to the prioritizing process
- Test user-story when completed. Test execution is performed in a lab where both tester and developer work hand in hand.
- Defect are logged in Defect Management tool which are tracked on a daily basis. Defects can be conferred and analyzed during scrum meeting. Defects are retested as soon as it is resolved and deployed for testing
- Daily Stand up Meetings
- Automation Testing with Continuous Integration (CI)System.
- Review CI automation results and send reports to stakeholders.
- User Acceptance Testing
- As a tester, he will figure out what went wrong and what went right in the current sprint
- As a tester, he identifies lesson learned and best practices
Developing the Product Backlog
- Evolving product requirements with stakeholder engagement
- Developing products with progressive elaboration
- Decomposing epics, features and stories
- Defining appropriate acceptance criteria
Refining the Product Backlog
- Sizing user stories, features and epics
- Estimating business value through relative measurement
- Continually refining and reordering your Product Backlog
Planning for long-term product success
- Comparing Agile product release strategies
- Adapting to changing requirements
- Focusing on continuous program, product/project improvement
Refining product delivery
- Comparing iterative and incremental delivery
- Releasing products with Minimal Marketable Features
- Facilitating frequent product release
- Architect, Business Analyst
- Designer, Developer, Programmer
- Program Manager, Product Manager, Project Manager
- Project Leader, Team Leader
Benefits for Employees, Freelancers, Coaches and Trainers
It will be your Proof of Competence and up-to-date Knowhow in Scrum Domain.
It will help you become better than your competition and ultimately get hired for your next big challenge.
It will broaden your perspective. It will help you get more responsibilities and better career opportunities compared to your peers.
It will provide a brand new toolset that you can deliver great products and services that your customer will enjoy and love.