This course includes:
- 6 practice tests
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile
All the practice exams are based on the latest version of the Scrum Guide.
These UNOFFICIAL practice tests contain
- 700 questions: 4 tests of 100 questions & 2 tests of 150 questions each in English.
- Appropriate explanations: It will help you to understand the Scrum Framework & the importance of the Developer’s role.
Professional Scrum Developer Course Objectives
- Understand how modern Agile engineering practices and supportive DevOps tools improve a team’s capability to deliver working software
- Learn the different aspects of a Scrum Team and how to work together as a team to get work done.
- Finally, gain knowledge of how to leverage modern software development tools and practices.
These practice exams are divided on basis of the below-mentioned focus areas.
- Scrum Framework — Rules and roles of Scrum per the Scrum Guide.
- Scrum Theory and Principles — Good understanding of Scrum theory, how it is founded on empirical theory, and the principles and values of Scrum.
- Analysis – Modern practices for a Development Team to best interpret user needs so that they are most transparent with the least waste possible.
- Cross-functional, self-managed Teams — Scrum Teams are different from traditional development groups. The paradigm and nature of a cross-functional and self-organizing team promote flexibility, creativity, and productivity. They choose how to best do their work and have all competencies needed to accomplish it without depending on others outside of the team.
- Cross-functional, self-managed Development — Self-organization within the Development team fosters collaboration and increases commitment, feeling of ownership, and creativity. The Development team makes all decisions on how to do the work that it has forecast it could complete.
- Design & Architecture – Technical approaches to developing software architecture and design that a Development Team must do in order to deliver business value in the form of working software every Sprint.
- Documentation / Persistence – Documentation makes information persistent. Documentation is incrementally maintained and is a development activity.
- Quality – As part of incremental development, Scrum puts quality before scope. This requires transparent agreements and standards.
- Test First Development – Development approach of thinking through requirements before writing functional code in order to consider work in terms of how it will be tested, creating traceability, and eliminating waste.
- Testing – The ability to deliver shippable software requires testing activities, to be done as part of development.
- Programming – Writing high-quality code is an art in itself. It requires skills, dedication, mastery, and agreed-on practices.
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The practice tests use wording from the Scrum Guide ™, Nexus Guide ™, and Evidence-Based Management Guide™ to explain important concepts, ideas, rules, and practices.
No changes have been made to the content of the Scrum Guide ™, Nexus Guide ™, and Evidence-Based Management Guide ™
License: Attribution Share-Alike license of Creative Commons
Who this course is for:
- Scrum Master, Agile Coach, Product Owners / Product Managers, Developers / Team Leaders, Program Managers
- Agile Leaders and Coaches.