Certified Scrum Developer South Florida – February 28th 2017-11-17T12:28:59+00:00

Certified Scrum Developer ® (CSD) – South Florida, February 28th – March 2nd

We deliver the true Agile experience

February 28 – March 02, 2018
9:00 – 17:00

LOCATION
MotionPoint
4661 Johnson Rd #3
Coconut Creek, FL 33073
United States

Early Bird: $1,200.00
Full Price: $1,400.00

TRAINER

Carlos Felippe Cardoso

Carlos Felippe Cardoso (CFC)

Certified Scrum Professional (CSP)

Instructor for the Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) training and certified facilitator of Management 3.0. Carlos Felippe Cardoso (CFC) can easily navigate from a business level to the most technical level, using agile practices and automated tests with which he has worked since 2004.

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We deliver the true Agile experience

DESCRIPTION

In this training, the attendees learn how to use/implement advanced techniques such as Continuous Integration/Delivery, automated tests and how to develop using clean code techniques. The classes are highly interactive and each topic is problem-based using a Coding Dojo format. The main goal is to teach through experiments and exercises, allowing the students to retain the content and achieve better results in their projects.

Our training style

Our classes are dynamic, engaging and based on real examples. We do prefer group discussions and a lot of interactions over a slide based lecture.

This is an official Scrum Alliance Training Class.

WHAT IS INCLUDED

  • 3-day CSD In-person Course
  • Breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages provided on both days of training
  • 2-year Membership to Scrum Alliance

AFTER THE COURSE YOU’LL RECEIVE

  • Payment of your first two year dues for the Scrum Alliance
  • All slides and material used during the training
  • 24 SEUs from the Scrum Alliance.

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After the course, the CSD certification will be immediately issued only for the students who already have the CSM certification.

If the student doesn’t have the CSM certification, the CSD certification will be only issued after the CSM certification is acquired.

WHY CSD WITH KNOWLEDGE21?

Knowledge21’s classes are dynamic, engaging and based on real examples. We do prefer group discussions and a lot of interactions over a slide-based lecture. We provide an environment for the exchange of experiences between the students and the trainer. The course is extremely hands-on, based on Coding Dojos.

Coding Dojo is a teaching practice in which all the attendees solve a task together. The theory is driven by the practice. The programming language may be either in C#, Java, PHP or Python, according to the interest of the class.

In class, the attendees do at least nine of the Coding Dojos listed below:

  • Introduction to unit tests and TDD
  • Continuous Integration using Jenkins

  • Mock Objects for unit tests

  • Configuring scenarios using databases to create functional and integration tests

  • Refactoring a database

  • Selenium – Tests for interface in web application

  • Tests in legacy code and ATDD (Acceptance Test Driven Development)

  • BDD – Behavior Driven Development

  • Configuring a Pipeline for Continuous Delivery

  • Applying a database change to your CD pipeline using Fabric

  • Configuring your servers to stay healthy and automated

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN DURING THE CLASS?

After the course, the CSD certification will be immediately issued only for the students who already have the CSM certification.

If the student doesn’t have the CSM certification, the CSD certification will be only issued after the CSM certification is acquired.

  • Practices of Extreme Programming: Continuous Integration, Ten – minute build, Baby steps, TDD, Pair Programming, Continuous Delivery, Coverage Test
  • Dependency Injection, Mock Objects
  • Testing and Database: Scenarios and Versioning
  • Graphical User Interface Testing, Integration Testing, Software Performance Testing
  • Acceptance Testing and ATDD (Acceptance Test-Driven Development)
  • BDD (Behavior-Driven Development) and DSL (Domain-Specific Language) applied to BDD
  • Non-functional Testing , Stress Testing , Testing of your Production Environment
  • Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment
  • DevOps and DevOps Culture: Configuration Management, Infrastructure as Code, Application Lifecycle Management