This Professional Scrum Developer training class is a unique and intensive three-day experience intended for anyone involved in software development. The course guides teams on how to turn product requirements into business value in the form of potentially releasable increments of software. This is done using the Scrum framework, Visual Studio, and modern Agile development practices.
This course is suitable for any member of a Scrum Development Team, such as those who develop tests, architecture, design, schema, or code. Entire teams are encouraged to attend this course and experience the positive effects of collaborating inside of a timebox according to their definition of done. Each team must be cross-functional, ensuring it has the necessary skills. Product Owners, Scrum Masters, stakeholders, and those evaluating Scrum's effectiveness are welcome to attend, but keep in mind that every attendee will be expected to participate and collaborate equally, working towards the achievement of their team's goals.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Visual Studio class:
No cancelation for low enrollment
GSA schedule pricing
Students who have taken Live Online Training
Organizations who trust Webucator for their training needs
Satisfaction guarantee and retake option
Students rated our trainers 9.39 out of 10 based on 5,199 reviews
I felt a little intimidated going into the course but in short order was very comfortable with learning the applications of the program.
Maxine Winder, Alberta Health Services
Class was convenient, informative, had great materials and a great instructor. Would happily do it again.
Omar Mills, Freddie Mac
Super way of learning fast!!
Anita Huisman, uts
Instructor provided both content and an approach that addressed our technical and business audience. We all gained new insights into the tools and how to used Business Objects at our company.
Sue Daulton, Tacoma Public Utilities