Remote Certified Scrum Developer: Engineering Practices

Oct. 7, 2020

A remote training with agile42 coach Daniel Lynn The course will lead to a Scrum Alliance CSD certification.

Type of Training Certified Scrum Developer: Engineering Practices
Dates From Oct. 7, 2020 (3 non-consecutive days, see notes)
Location Virtual classroom [United States]
Time 6:00pm MT Wed, 9:00am MT SAT
Timezone: America/New_York (check here for your local timezone)
Language English
Trainer Daniel Lynn
Price Early Bird until Sept. 13, 2020: USD$ 1342
Standard Price: USD$ 1442
Availability Still places available

Our remote 10-week Certified Scrum Developer: Agile Engineering Practices training class is a learning experience that provides students a full immersion into what it takes to be a great Scrum Development Team member. Students will engage in coding exercises and other activities while learning techniques that will help them succeed inside of their work Scrum teams.

Session Format
This class will take place over 10 weeks. Each week will have a 2-hour session held both Wednesday evening 6-8 MT and Saturday morning from 9 - 11 MT. The Wednesday and Saturday sessions cover the same material and only one needs to be attended. Students will be asked to select a primary day, but may switch on individual weeks if needed.

Programming Languages
Examples in the class are provided in Javascript and .Net. However, students may use any language they have an IDE for on their computer.

To qualify for the Certified Scrum Developer Certification, students must also complete the CSM class or a combination of qualifying 1-day Scrum introduction class and 1-day technical elective class. Please feel free to contact for further explanation.

Training Topics
  • Pair Programming
  • Test-First Development (TDD,ATDD,BDD)
  • Role of the Development Team
  • User Stories and Spikes
  • OODA Loops
  • Emergent Architecture and Design
  • Effective Refactoring
  • Continuous Integration and Deployment
  • Definition of Done
  • Scrum Event Experience

Who should attend
This course is appropriate for any Scrum Development Team members. We do run code activities, but even beginner programmers will be ok. Technically-savvy Scrum Masters, leaders, and others who support Development Teams will also get a lot out of this class.

There is no prerequisite for attending this class. However, please make sure you understand the full requirements to receive the CSD certification.

Why agile42?
  • Experience: Over the years, agile42 has delivered Scrum & Agile training to thousands of professionals worldwide. Our instructors have decades of experience using and coaching Scrum in hundreds of organizations large and small.
  • Excellent ratings: We consistently receive excellent ratings from our participants.
  • Techniques: In all of our classes, we use techniques from Accelerated Learning and in particular principles and concepts from Training from the Back of the Room.
  • Engaging: Our courses are highly interactive and fun - not a PowerPoint assault, and our participants stay engaged throughout the class, learn by doing, and have fun along the way. When learners talk and teach, they learn. -Sharon Bowman
  • Practical and Memorable: Participants learn through hands-on exercises - creating high knowledge retention.
  • Sustainable: We are contributing to a greener planet by decreasing our carbon footprint by not having people travel to the venue, and less paper usage in terms of post-it notes.
Included in the training
  • Slack channel to continue collaborating with your classmates after the class and access trainers to ask questions
  • Link to the Do Better Scrum booklet
  • Option to join the agile42 Community and get access to a number of free learning resources, like books, articles and videos
  • Life-long warranty on the course: e-mail access to the trainers
Your virtual environment In order to ensure a collaborative, engaging and fun environment even virtually, we are going to use a number of digital platforms.
  1. We will use Zoom as a video conferencing platform. You can access Zoom through your browser or download the desktop application. We recommend you access through a PC/laptop with a webcam and mic or headphones.
  2. We will use Slack as an additional messaging channel. You will get an invitation to our class Slack channel. If you do not have a Slack account, please go to and create one using the same mail address you used to register to the training. If you already have a Slack account with another email address and you want to use that one, let us know.
  3. We will use Miro as an online whiteboard for digital collaboration. You will soon also get an invite to access the platform. The access is included in the training fee you paid, so it will be free of charge for the 3 days of the training.
  4. Students will use their own IDE on their computers for exercises. You should use whatever development environment you are comfortable with.
You will receive further information and specific instructions before the training.

What our participants are saying:

This was by far the best professional course that I've attended. If all were this engaging I'd attend many more. Thank you!
— Karen R., Data Operation Manager

“I can honestly say this was hands down the best training class I have ever attended. You guys do an amazing job facilitating and keeping people interested. I am so excited to use the new tools in my toolbox for my sprint planning on Monday, and easily passed the CSM test with the knowledge I obtained in your class."
-- Stephanie C., Project Manager

“Eleven months later, what has stuck with me the most is that the training provided an expansive tool belt of techniques and concepts. I feel I can draw on the tool belt any time I need.”
-- Mitchell F., Program Management Consultant

“The training reinforced for me the paradigm shift from the waterfall approach in a monolithic organization to Agile’s concept of servant leadership. Yes, I’m leading the team, but I’m here to enable your success.”
-- Michael M., Senior Project Manager

PMP and PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) certifications

Participants may claim 14 Project Management Institute (PMI) Professional Development Units (PDUs) which can be applied to Project Management Professional (PMP) and PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) certifications.

You can register online here or contact us with your information.

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