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Certified Scrum Developer Essentials: May 13, 2019 -- Budapest, Hungary | TBD | Monday, 13. May 2019

Note: Registration for this class is closed. Please visit our Training Schedule to select another class.
This immersive, forty-hour training program contains a set of three comprehensive courses that provides the knowledge and skill to become a successful Scrum developer and a valuable member of a Scrum development team.
In our first course, Scrum Framework Developer Essentials, we'll explore the Scrum Framework and how it supports faster and simpler software development. In Design Pattern Developer Essentials, we'll discover a core set of design patterns that every developer should know. The program concludes with the popular Scrum Software Developer Essentials course, in which you’ll learn how to write higher quality code more quickly and with fewer defects using the practices from Extreme Programming (XP) that include test-first development, refactoring, and emergent design, as well as a variety of Agile problem-solving techniques.
You’ll be taken on a guided tour through essential developer practices such as story writing, sprint planning, pair programming, and test-driven development. You’ll learn how to discover patterns in problems and to implement designs as needed. We’ll also explore the principles behind the practices so you understand how to use them to make the best design choices, and you’ll gain a powerful framework for encapsulating and abstracting virtually any problem for maximum flexibility, without overcomplicating the solution.
By exploring the secrets of high-performance, cross-functional development teams you'll gain a shared design vocabulary for dramatically improving inter-team communication that can be applied equally well to new development and to maintaining or extending existing systems. Then we'll put theory into practice and apply your new skills by building the core of an application using the expert-level techniques you’ve learned for rapidly writing quality software.
By the end of this training program, you’ll be armed with several new, effective tools and techniques for Scrum development that will make your software more robust, manageable, and easier to extend.
Who Should Take This Course
This course is for all team members and has the greatest impact when the entire team attends. This course will benefit Architects, DBAs, Designers, Developers, Development Managers, Directors, Product Managers, Programmers, QA Engineers, Software Engineers, Technical Analysts, Technical Leads, Technical Writers, and Testers. Familiarity with basic Object-Oriented (OO) concepts and terminology is recommended. Participants who successfully complete the programming exercises in the Scrum Software Developer Essentials training are eligible to become a Certified Scrum Developer and require the ability to write simple programs in Java or C Sharp.
Course Benefits
Completing this course will enable you to:

Write stories and build features iteratively
Estimate development tasks more accurately
Master test-first development to drive design
Efficiently use TDD’s red-green-refactor cycle
Work effectively to refactor legacy code
Diagnose and fix pathologies of poor code
Exercise techniques to test untestable code
Collaborate successfully with pair programming
Employ acceptance tests to specify stories
Avoid upfront overdesign by practicing just-in-time design
Distinguish twelve design patterns by what they encapsulate
Define a strategy for continuously integrating software as it is built
Write software that supports an iterative process without excessive rework
Support collaborative code ownership and embrace a common aesthetic
Refactor to patterns and emerge designs in iterative development
Share a common vocabulary for evaluating and communicating designs
Implement techniques for recognizing and managing technical debt
Quantify software qualities that make code easier to maintain and extend
Recognize how test-driven development informs design decisions
Appreciate the value of adopting shared coding standards
And much more…

Scrum Framework Developer Essentials: Covers essential elements of Scrum for software developers: Scrum principles, values, and framework; artifacts, story writing, collaboration, estimation and planning, coaching and facilitation. Hands-on exercises include story writing, defining acceptance tests, estimation and sprint planning. See the full course description for Scrum Framework Developer Essentials. 
Design Pattern Developer Essentials: Covers Agile principles and patterns: approaches to design, key principles, problem-solving techniques, seeing patterns by what they encapsulate, discovering patterns in problems, design exercise, what patterns teach us, emergent design and refactoring to patterns. Includes an in-depth design exercise and debrief. See the full course description for Design Pattern Essentials for Developers.
Scrum Software Developer Essentials:Covers essential practices from Scrum and XP: continuous integration, pair programming, coding standards, test-first development (TDD), red-green-refactor, using TDD to inform design, code qualities, discovering design patterns, conducting code reviews, essential Scrum developer practices, writing testable code, advanced testing techniques, refactoring legacy code, emerging solutions. Includes six hands-on programming exercises in Java and C Sharp. See the full course description for Scrum Software Developer Essentials.
Here's What You Get

Five days of developer-focused training: Certified Scrum Developer Essentials is a five-day developer-focused training. Unlike other 3-day CSD classes that must be coupled with a CSM class, this curriculum is 100% relevant to developers and goes way beyond the CSD requirements.
Hands-on coding experience: Attendees get over twelve hours of hands-on coding of a "real-world" problem.
Course materials: A workbook containing copies of the nearly 1,000 slides of key points and examples covered in class.
A copy of my book: Beyond Legacy Code: Nine Practices to Extend the Life (and Value) of Your Software.
Food and beverages: Continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshments.

Your Instructor, David Bernstein
My continuing passion for software design and construction has led me to train more than 8,000 developers in the last twenty-six years for clients that have included Fortune 500 and other firms such as Microsoft, IBM, Yahoo!, Boeing, AT&T, Sprint, Medtronic, SunGard, State Farm, MetLife and Weyerhaeuser. As a longtime IBM consultant, I trained software engineers around the globe, giving them the skills to write the next generation of applications and operating system software while earning one of the highest satisfaction ratings in the history of IBM education. Since 2006, I've devoted my consulting practice to providing organizations with training and coaching for software developers and teams transitioning to Agile and Scrum. My book, Beyond Legacy Code: Nine Practices to Extend the Life (and Value) of Your Software, is published by Pragmatic Bookshelf.
The three courses of this forty-hour training (which together comprise Our Certified Scrum Developer Essentials Training Week) satisfy all the training requirements for becoming a Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) through the Scrum Alliance. These courses count for 40 Professional Development Units (PDUs). See for more details.
Praise for David's Training
“Have you ever felt the fear of starting a project, not knowing what design to start? Ever felt the fear of making a small change and having everything crash down? Take this class and learn a better way to live and develop without fear.” –D.J. Hagberg, Software Architect
“Take the course. It will change how you approach software development.” –Eric Huber, Senior Software Developer
“One of the most interesting and interactive trainings that I have ever taken part in.” –Brandon Whitaker, Software Engineer
Become a more proficient developer—Register for the next session of this training or contact me to arrange a private, on-site session for your team.
View a pdf version of this course description or the one-page flyer.