Scrum Developer Certificate (SDC ® )

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The Scrum Developer Certi ed (SDC®) is relevant to Scrum Team members and anyone who interacts with Scrum Teams.

Scrum Developer Certified (SDC®) professionals gain sufficient knowledge about Scrum to effectively contribute to a Scrum project. After passing the Exam, candidates will be accredited as "Scrum Developer Certified"

Exam Format

  • Multiple choice

  • 75 questions for the exam

  • 90 minutes long

  • Online exam with supervision

  • Two free retakes

Prerequisites

  • There are no prerequisites for this certification.

Maintenance of Certification

  • Take the SDC® recertification exam every 3 years or get any certification
    SCRUMstudy™

Audience Profile

  • This certification is appropriate for those who are part of a Scrum Team, interact with Teams
    Scrum or are interested in understanding the basics of Scrum and how the framework can be used effectively.

Modality

  • EAD - asynchronous

In-Company Training

  • Request a budget for in-company training or via the Zoom platform.

Investment

  • BRL 439.00 in up to 3 installments via credit card

Syllabus

  1. Introduction to Scrum

    Scrum Overview

    • Scrum Principles, Aspects and Processes

  2. Organization

    Essential functions and non-essential functions

  3. Business Justification
    Value-oriented delivery
    • Determine business justification
    Realization of benefits

  4. Quality
    Quality, scope and business value
    • Quality Management in Scrum

  5. Changes
    Approved and unapproved changes
    • Scrum Changes

  6. Risk
    Risks and Problems
    • Risk Management Procedure

  7. Introduction to the Scrum Project Phases

  8. Start
    Create Project Vision Process
    • Identify Scrum Master and Stakeholders Process
    • Form the Scrum Team
    • Develop Epic(s)
    • Create Prioritized Product Backlog Processes
    • Perform Release Planning

  9. Plan and Estimate
    Create User Stories
    • Estimate User Stories
    • Confirm User Stories
    • Identify Tasks
    • Estimate Tasks
    • Create Sprint Backlog

  10. To implement
    Create Deliverables
    • Perform Daily Standup
    • Refine Prioritized Product Backlog

  11. Review and Retrospective
    Demonstrate and Validate the Sprint
    • Sprint Retrospective

  12. Release
    Shipping of Deliverables
    • Project Retrospective

  13. Scale Scrum

Scrum Scalability

• Mapping Traditional Roles to Scrum