The exponential rise in Scrum adoption has created an ever-increasing demand for hiring CSD® certified professionals. According to data posted on the Scrum Guide.org, ever since its creation, “Scrum has been adopted by the vast majority of software development companies around the world” and this in turn has fueled the demand for Scrum certified professionals. The Certified Scrum Developer® (CSD®) course is for programmers and developers involved in building software in a Scrum environment. The goal of this course is to give professionals a platform to strengthen their skills in agile software development. Through a series of practical and hands-on lectures, participants will become competent in employing the tools and methodologies that are used to create exceptional, working software in the iterations of a Scrum process.
A Certified Scrum Developer® (CSD®) credential can do wonders to your career. PayScale recorded the average annual salary of an individual with Certified Scrum Developer® certification as $90,177 per annum. A CSD® certification can help a professional take on the roles of a UiPath Developer, Sr. Developer, Application Developer, Project Manager, Salesforce Administrator, and Scrum Master in high profile companies such as Infosys, CGI, Standard Chartered Bank Ltd, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, ECS Federal LLC., Booz, Hamilton, and many more.
A Certified Scrum Developer® certification can help you distinguish yourself from others and project your commitment and skill to your employers. Organizations can also boast of having teams with Scrum expertise. A CSD® certification can benefit individuals and organizations in the following ways:
Individuals can achieve the following benefits after attaining CSD® certification:
Based on the recent State of Scrum survey, 97% of organizations will continue to use Scrum in the future as they are yielding the following benefits:
Attend at least 2-days of formal training by a Scrum Alliance approved CSD educator
Demonstrate your understanding to the trainer through an assessment
Accept your CSD® license and become a Certified Scrum Developer
Renew your certification every two years
Learn with examples and apply the fundamentals of Agile and Scrum with real-world simulations.
Learn how to set up the standards and best practices for quick creation of quality software.
Practice just-in-time development and avoid overdesign to prevent potential impediments to delivery.
Understand and learn how to build extensible software by using the best object-oriented techniques.
Learn to create software that supports an iterative process without any unnecessary rework.
Learn how to put in place better design alternatives and support collaborative code ownership.
Two days of formal training taught by a Scrum Alliance-approved CSD Educator
Learn from the real-world experience of accredited industry experts and advance your knowledge with in-class activities and simulations.
Interact with accredited trainers who also have years of hands-on experience as active Scrum practitioners in real-time.
Learn directly from active practitioners approved by the Scrum Alliance engaged in implementing Scrum principles in real projects.
Get access to a wider community of active Scrum professionals to enhance and update your practical knowledge of Scrum.
Avail continuous support through monthly webinars, e-books, and conferences to keep up with the latest industry updates.
Get access to tutorials, articles, interview Q&A and case studies prepared by the industry experts with latest updates in the Agile industry.
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The training was interesting. I'd suggest adding more real-time examples and spending less time on setting up machines. Will be interested to see the learning experience significantly improve on KnowledgeHut's immersive learning platform. Looking forward!
I took the 3 days Certified Scrum Developer course at Knowledge hut and overall I had an enriching experience. The class size was good with 25-30 folks in there. The course was well-organized and distributed across the 3 days. Before this training, I had kind of informal understanding about Scrum. However, post this training my knowledge about Scrum and Agile principles has formalized and has been given a better shape.
Alex is a fantastic trainer. I did not have much expectation from the training but I have learned a lot in the training. Not only I got to know more about Scrum and its tools but also where to use it and where not to. Alex has immense knowledge in scrum having spent more than a decade as a Scrum Professional. I would recommend everyone to register for this course who wants to know about Scrum processes & practises.
The training was excellent and he had hands-on experience on the automation techniques.
Good trainer and training!
Our CSD Training and Certification is ideal for CSM Credential Holders who are:
Scrum is rapidly emerging as the desired approach to product development, and the Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) credential is given to those who have demonstrated through formal training and a technical assessment that they have a thorough grasp of Scrum principles. To succeed with Scrum, teams must have very specific skills and capabilities. They must be able to break down functionality into small blocks which fit into sprints, and develop high quality software that is flexible enough to be changed easily.
No, there is no online/virtual course for CSD. The CSD Certification requires in-depth knowledge of the Scrum essentials and its technical concepts, which you get from our certified experts who lead the workshop.
You will get 40 PDUs and 24 SEUs on completing the 5 day training toward your continuing education requirements with the Project Management Institute (PMI) for PMP and PMI-ACP certifications. Those who attend the 3 day Technical Track training will get 24 PDUs and 24 SEUs.
PDUs and SEUs are credits awarded by the Project Management Institute and the Scrum Alliance respectively. They recognize your dedication to the Project Management and Agile world through the award of credits for every educational effort you make throughout your career. At present, Scrum Alliance members who hold a Certified Scrum Professional®, Certified Enterprise Coach and/or Certified Scrum Trainer credential need to earn SEUs to get recertified. Every PMI® certification, except the CAPM®, requires you to earn a specific number of PDUs per three-year certification cycle.
No, your certification fee is included in the workshop fee.
Our comprehensive course in CSD training helps you earn the Certified Scrum Developer® credential from Scrum Alliance that can give you an edge over others. The theory sessions offer actual design and code samples while the hands-on sessions and exercises will help you grasp the knowledge in a clear and practical way. Moreover, as a CSD credential holder, you will have your own profile page on the Scrum Alliance website and can use a specially designed logo to highlight your credentials.
To earn a CSD credential, at least five days of formal training taught by Scrum Alliance REPs are required. Out of this:
Yes. If you are certified CSM, you can attend the three-day CSD-track Technical Course to achieve your CSD Certification. Once you complete the training, you will receive a notification to accept your CSD license, and the CSD certification will be added to your profile.
The CSD certification is valid for 2 years.
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