Last week I got conformation that I’m now a certified “Scrum Developer” trainer.
What does this mean? Well it means that I’m now licensed to teach the Professional Scrum Developer training provided by Scrum.org.
The Professional Scrum Developer (.NET) training is a new training which is focused on using the Scrum framework, Visual Studio 2010 and agile software practices.
Here is the description from the scrum.org website:
This training teaches attendees how to use modern software engineering practices to develop an increment of completed, potentially shippable functionality. They will be taught how to do so within the Scrum framework, working as part of self-organizing cross-functional teams, doing iterative, incremental development using Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010.
For more information check out the training page on the scrum.org website or look at the Professional Scrum Developer Program page on the MSDN website.
If you would like to sign up for this course just go to the scrum.org or the Info Support website and register for this course.