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Thoughts On Scrum From A Newbie

Scrum isn't something only rugby players do. I had no idea, for example, that Scrum is the most popular approach to agile software development.

Here’s what I understood before attending CSM (Certified ScrumMaster) training earlier this month (a week after I joined agile42):  Scrum is something boys in short shorts do on the rugby field and women do when they’re fighting over a pair of Manolo Blahnik’s on sale.  I went in, suitably garbed in boots and leggings (just in case I had to break out into a sprint) and was surprised to find techy-types in long pants and shirts.  They seemed to me, woefully unprepared.

Training started with Dave separating the class into groups of people who had ‘lots of ...

Certified Scrum Master Training in Berlin with Bob Sarni

A special CSM training for the Scrumtisch Member in Berlin, March 22./23.

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4 March 2010
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Scrumtisch Berlin
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csm, scrum, scrummaster, scrum master training

Hi everybody,

I am glad to announce, that I could book Bob Sarni, Certified Scrum Coach and Trainer to held a Certified Scrum Master Class (CSM) for the member of the Berlin Scrumtisch.

The CSM Training will be in Friedrichshain, March, 22nd/23rd.

If you like to know more about the special conditions and you want to attend just write to scrumtisch@agile42.com

Marion

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