Dates and general information
Registration for the courses and information here.
Certification and bonuses: please, view the course summary
Approach: lectures, short exercises and role playing, “scrum/agile experience” approximately 1/3 of class time.
What is Scrum
More information about the Scrum Training and Certification Process can be found at the Scrum Alliance site.
Scrum is a "lean" approach to software development.
Scrum is a simple framework used to organize teams and get work done more productively with higher quality.
It allows teams to choose the amount of work to be done and decide how
best to do it, thereby providing a more enjoyable and productive
Scrum focuses on prioritizing work based on business value, improving
the usefulness of what is delivered, and increasing revenue,
particularly early revenue.
Designed to adapt to changing requirements during the development
process at short, regular intervals, Scrum allows teams to prioritize
customer requirements and adapt the work product in real time to
By doing this, Scrum provides what the customer wants at the time of
delivery (improving customer satisfaction) while reducing work that is
not highly valued by the customer.
More general information about Scrum you can find on the following sites: