Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master (DASSM) Certification

Leverage the Disciplined Agile toolkit and become an outstanding Scrum Master

  • Get the Accelerated DASSM Career Track (Free Self-Paced DASM Course, Free DASSM Exam Retake)
  • Master your Scrum Master skills with the Disciplined Agile approach
  • Lead multiple teams and take on complex, high-profile enterprise initiatives

  • 250,000 + Professionals trained
  • 250 + Workshops every month
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Take your Scrum Master skills to the next level

Dive deep into the Disciplined Agile tool kit and develop a comprehensive understanding of the hundreds of practices and strategies it contains and the trade-offs of applying them. Apply the strategies and tools in hands-on exercises to guide your team in choosing and evolving your best way of working (WoW) in real-life situations.

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Highlights

  • 16 Hrs Live Instructor-Led Online Training

  • Earn 16 PDUs on Course Completion

  • Real-World Experiential Workshops

  • Game-Based Immersive Learning Approach

  • Free Self-Paced DASM Course Worth US $350

  • Free DASSM Exam Retake Worth US $180

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Why get DASSM certified?

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Building a solid foundation for business agility, Disciplined Agile brings together the various activities such as solution delivery, enterprise architecture, portfolio management, security, finance and vendor management to deliver the best business outcomes. Organizations with high agility report more projects successfully meeting original goals and business intent than those with low agility using the same approaches (Source: PMI’s Pulse of the Profession 2018).

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KnowledgeHut has empowered over 150,000 professionals with certifications in Agile and Scrum.

Experiential Workshops

High-energy interactive workshops with activities, animations, real-world simulations and more. 

Elite Panel of Trainers

Certified trainers with over ten years of experience as Scrum and Agile practitioners across industries.

Expert Practitioners

Real-world tips and time-tested techniques for your Disciplined Agile toolbox from expert practitioners.

Comprehensive Exam Support

Get comprehensive exam support right from the beginning to clear your exam easily in the first attempt!

Exclusive Post-Training Sessions

Six months of post-training mentor guidance to overcome challenges in your Scrum career.

Steps to get the DASSM certification

Get up to speed with current best practices in Disciplined Agile and strengthen your knowledge with PMI’s Disciplined Agile certifications. Validate your expertise with the DASSM certification and take advantage of networking opportunities with the best in the industry. Follow these simple steps to get started with your DASSM certification.

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Prerequisites

Prerequisites for the DASSM training program

  • Two years of leadership experience on an Agile team in roles like the DASM, Scrum Master, Product Owner or Architecture Owner.
  • A two-day training from an authorized Disciplined Agile partner is required to be eligible for the DASSM exam.

Who should attend the DASSM certification training?

Leaders

Scrum Masters

Product Owners

Disciplined Agile Scrum Masters

Anyone familiar with the basics of Agile and Lean

Anyone interested in learning Agile methodology

Those experienced with Agile and wish to accelerate their career

Anyone who wishes to build a career in Agile

Any stakeholder who interacts with Agile projects in their business environment

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What you will learn in the DASSM course

1

Roles and Responsibilities

Roles and responsibilities of a Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master

2

Disciplined Agile Toolkit

Pros and cons of the hundreds of practices and strategies in Disciplined Agile

3

Evolving WoW

Hands-on exercises to practice choosing the best WoW for your team’s context    

4

Complex problem-solving

Problem-solving for challenges commonly found in development and operational teams, value streams, and at enterprise-level.

5

Performance management

The design and implementation of metrics to measure performance across teams.

6

Emotional intelligence

Understanding the nuances of emotional intelligence and how to nurture it.

7

Leading teams

Empowering teams and getting them to perform at their highest potential to improve value delivery for customers.

Skills you will gain from the DASSM certification

Disciplined Agile mindset

Leadership

Evolving WoW as per team’s context

Complex problem-solving

Designing and implementing metrics to measure performance

Emotional intelligence 

Resilience and outlook

Using the spider chart

Disciplined DevOps layer

Optimizing delivery with the “test-first” method

Improving the value creation structure of teams

Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Resolution Model

Release planning

Just-in-time planning

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Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master Course Curriculum

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  • 3 issues that affect team performance
  • 4 stages of team development and how each relates to the content, process, and feelings issues
  • Tuckman Team Development Model (Tuckman, 1965)
  • Tuckman’s observations about team development
  • Factors that impact the time a team takes to evolve
  • Adapt Tuckman model to the modern real-world
  • Forming Stage 
    • Forming stage behaviours 
    • Teams’ needs during the forming stage 
    • Tasks for the leader to develop teams in the forming stage 
  • Storming Stage
    • Storming stage behaviours
    • Teams’ need during the storming stage
    • Tasks for the leader to develop teams in the storming stage 
  • Norming Stage 
    • Norming stage behaviours
    • Teams’ needs during the norming stage
    • Tasks for the leader to develop teams in the norming stage 
  • Performing Stage 
    • Performing stage behaviours
    • Teams needs during the performing stage
    • Tasks for the leader to develop teams in the performing stage
  • Consensus based decision-making
  • Balancing learning about new information with moving quickly
  • Techniques: Roman voting, Fist of Five, Highsmith’s Decision Spectrum
  • Emotional intelligence model and its components
  • Assess what practices you can adopt to build outlook and resilience. 
  • Assess what practices you can adopt to enhance your “with self” dimension of emotional intelligence 
  • Assess what practices you can adopt to enhance your “with others” dimension of emotional intelligence. 
  • Describe why one should create psychological safety and embrace diversity 
  • Define emotional intelligence and explain why it is essential to team performance. 
  • Explain how to achieve each component of resilience and outlook. 
  • Explain how to achieve each component of emotional intelligence “with self.” 
  • Explain how to achieve each component of emotional intelligence “with others.
  • Importance of business areas such as finance, legal, marketing, sales, and procurement and contribution to an organization’s overall business agility
  • Spider chart to identify and analyse tactical scaling factors in more complex situations
    • Explain how to scale for agility
    • Define "tactical agility at scale" and "strategic agility at scale"
    • List the five process goals most affected by tactical scaling
    • Connect the dots between the dimensions in the spider chart and the top-5 tactical scaling process goals
  • Factors used to determine when planning is sufficient
  • Compare the waste and risk levels of four types of planning strategies
  • Scope and purpose of the Disciplined DevOps layer
  • Definition of Disciplined DevOps layer
  • Process blades in the Disciplined DevOps layer
  • DA toolkit to optimize the team’s work with the Disciplined DevOps layer:
  • Optimize delivery and security concerns (DevSecOps)
  • Move to a continuous delivery model (and life cycle)
  • Data management concerns (Database DevOps)
  • Enterprise release management, support, and operations concerns
  • Resolve challenges in the Disciplined DevOps layer with DA toolkit
  • Relevant goal diagrams to consider
  • Relevant decision points within the selected process goal
  • Solve the challenge, based on the team’s context
  • Organizational allies to resolve the delivery teams’ challenges in the Disciplined DevOps layer
  • What is “test-first” method in continuous delivery
  • Optimize delivery with the “test-first” method as it relates to the quality of requirements
  • Criteria for “done”, the scope and purpose of the value stream layer 
  • Process blades in the value stream layer and scope of layer 
  • Process blades shared with the Disciplined Agile Enterprise (DAE) layer
  • Optimize the teams work using DA toolkit at the value stream layer
    • MBIs, intake process, design thinking, user experience
    • Tying the portfolio, program and product level to what delivery teams work on 
  • Resolve challenges in the Value Stream layer with DA toolkit
    • Relevant goal diagrams to consider and decision points within the selected process goal
    • What options are most likely solve the challenge, based on the team’s context
    • Organizational allies that can help resolve the delivery teams’ challenges in the value stream layer
  • Purpose and Importance of the Coordinate Activities process goal
    • Decision points of the Coordinate Activities process goal
    • Outline the most important questions that arise when seeking to coordinate activities
    • Options for sharing information, facilitating working sessions, coordinating release schedules, and coordinating across locations
    • Contrast the options for dealing with artifact ownership
    • Strategies for coordinating a team of teams
  • Explain how to improve the value creation structure of teams
    • Optimize the work flow and solve challenges related to coordinating and collaborating across teams, or within a larger team of teams using DA toolkit
  • Healthy conflict within an individual and within a group
    • 5 levels of conflict
    • Constructive disagreement (level 1) for evaluating decisions
    • Fear of conflict causes additional forms of dysfunction within a team
    • Process to de-escalate conflict at each of the five levels
  • Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Resolution Model
    • Explain the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Resolution Model and its components
    • Examples of each quadrant of the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Resolution Model
  • Healthy and unhealthy language to solve a conflict
    • DA role for planning
    • Sufficient planning
  • List and define 5 levels of scope and who focuses on each.
  • Resolve a planning problem using the Release Planning goal diagram
    • Decision points identification
    • An appropriate strategy based on the team’s context
  • Implement just-in-time planning using a Gantt chart.
    • Improve planning using two goal diagrams: Release Planning and Produce a Potentially Consumable Product (Plan Your Work decision point)
    • Forecast release dates and costs accurately
  • Difference between an MVP and an MBI
    • Using MBIs to plan
    • Handle dependencies between teams
11.
  • Teams approach to metrics
    • Metrics principles
    • Effective measurement strategies for teams
    • Collection and usage of Universal metrics
    • Measuring quality issues
  • Organizations approach towards metrics
    • Conditions under which system-wide metrics should be used
    • Several levels of “Rolling up” metrics
  • Types of measurement work and what do not work
    • What to consider, including value, when measuring what matters
    • Why status reports are ill suited to lean and agile ways of working
  • Design specific metrics to measure improvements (GQM, OKRs)
    • Solve a measurement problem using the Govern Delivery Team goal
    • Relevant decision point identification
    • Choose the appropriate strategy, based on the team’s context

FAQs on the DASSM Certification Course

Disciplined Agile

Disciplined Agile (DA) is an agnostic, comprehensive library of strategies and practices, with practical guidance to help people, teams, and organizations to make process-decisions in a context-sensitive manner.

DA teaches how to effectively combine strategies from Scrum, Agile Modeling, Extreme Programming, Kanban, Agile Data, SAFe, and many other Agile frameworks in a way that can be tailored and scaled. 

The DA toolkit leverages the experiences of thousands of teams who have already struggled through the very issues that our teams currently face. By referencing these strategies, you can accelerate your journey to project delivery success.

Originally Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD), Disciplined Agile was put together within IBM Rational, an initiative of Scott Ambler and Mike Lines, based on empirical observations they made along with other IBMers and several IBM business partners. They produced a series of articles, blog posts, and eventually courseware based on their observations of what was actually occurring in practice, in what situations particular Agile frameworks were working and where they weren’t. The learnings were eventually compiled in a book, Disciplined Agile Delivery: A Practitioner's Guide to Agile Software Delivery in the Enterprise, published in June 2012. It has ever since, evolved into a comprehensive agile and lean toolkit called Disciplined Agile (DA).

DA serves as a firm foundation for business agility. By leveraging the experiences of thousands of teams across industries, DA shows how the various activities such as Solution Delivery (software development), Enterprise Architecture, Portfolio Management, Security, Finance, Vendor Management and many others work together. DA teaches what these activities should address and helps you identify a range of options that can be considered, describing the trade-offs associated with each option.

The DA toolkit is architected into four views:

  1. Mindset: DA builds on the foundations of Agile and Lean
  2. People: Roles, responsibilities and team structures are at the centre of DA.
  3. Flow: Processes are dynamic, depicted by lifecycle and workflow diagrams
  4. Practices: The small strategies and techniques count towards the overall goal. Goal diagrams are a high-level depiction of practices.

Since 01 August 2019, all Disciplined Agile intellectual property (IP) is owned by the Project Management Institute, Inc.

You can find out more about Disciplined Agile here.

You can get started with Disciplined Agile wherever you are and in whatever situation you are. The DA philosophy encourages you to do the best you can in any situation you face, and always strive to improve. It guides you to carefully choose your way of working to make small, safe improvements over time instead of making huge, and often risky changes. Such an approach is referred to as Guided Continuous Improvement (GCI).

DASSM Certification Course

By the end of the course, you will be equipped with the skills to:

  • Lead high-profile teams for enterprise success.
  • Utilize hundreds of Agile practices and strategies, with knowledge of their pros and cons
  • Leverage the Disciplined Agile toolkit to guide your team in choosing and evolving your best way of working (WoW) in real-life situations.
  • Solve complex challenges commonly encountered in development and operational teams, the value stream, and at the enterprise level.
  • Design and implement the metrics that measure your improvements in areas where your teams are struggling.
  • Nurture emotional intelligence.

You will also be eligible to take the Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master (DASSM) exam and be prepared to clear the exam. On clearing the exam, you earn the DASSM certification from PMI®.

The DASSM certification has been designed thoughtfully to help you in following ways:

  • In your organization, you are very likely using a variety of approaches to deliver solutions to your stakeholders. If you are applying agile methods or frameworks you might be using Scrum, SAFe, Lean Kanban, or “roll your own” techniques. Regardless of what methods you are using, the Disciplined Agile (DA) tool kit can help you to be more effective.
  • DA helps expand your knowledge and understanding of the pros and cons of hundreds of Agile strategies, principles and practices and how they fit together in an enterprise environment.
  • The certification demonstrates your dedication towards improving your Agile skills
  • The certification helps you stand out from the crowd and accelerates your journey to project delivery success.
  • It fast-tracks your career growth and widens career opportunities across industries.

As a Disciplined Agilist, you would have completed a Disciplined Agile workshop, but may not have taken the exam. You still would have had access to Disciplined Agile resources and news from the Disciplined Agile Consortium website.

With the retiring of the Disciplined Agilist designation, PMI offered a way to adapt to the new Disciplined Agile certifications. In July 2019, PMI sent eligible DA members a limited-time email/coupon to become a PMI member; access to DA resources would continue to such members through their PMI Membership.

The Certified Disciplined Agilist certification has now been replaced with the new Disciplined Agile Scrum Master certification. Current Certified Disciplined Agilists (CDAs) will automatically become Disciplined Agile Scrum Masters. You would not need to take an exam as you will automatically migrate to the new certification.

The Certified Disciplined Agile Practitioner (CDAP) certification has now been retired. Current Certified Disciplined Agile Practitioners will automatically become Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Masters. You would not need to take an exam as you will automatically migrate to the new certification.

The Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master certification will replace the Disciplined Agile Lean Scrum Master certification. All current Disciplined Agile Lean Scrum Masters (DALSMs) will automatically become Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Masters. You would not need to take an exam as you will automatically migrate to the new certification.

Yes, the following designations can automatically migrate to new certifications without having to clear any exams:

  1. Certified Disciplined Agilists (CDAs) will automatically become Disciplined Agile Scrum Masters (DASMs).
  2. Certified Disciplined Agile Practitioner (CDAP) will automatically become Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Masters (DASSMs). 
  3. Disciplined Agile Lean Scrum Masters (DALSMs) will automatically become Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Masters (DASSMs).

New Disciplined Agile certification holders (CDAs, DASMs and DASSMs) will have new digital badges to correlate with their new certifications, but these are not yet finalized by PMI®. Once the new digital badges are finalized, PMI will distribute them to the appropriate certification holders.

Not at all. Professionals in IT industries or non-IT industries can take up this course. The DASM course is designed for those individuals who:

  • Familiar with the basics of Agile and Lean
  • Interested in learning Agile methodology
  • Experienced with Agile and wish to accelerate their career
  • Wish to build a career in Agile
  • Are stakeholders and interact with Agile projects in their business environment

Below are the prerequisites for this course:

  • Two years of working experience on an Agile team in a leadership role, like Disciplined Agile scrum master, scrum master, product owner, architecture owner, etc.
  • 2-day training from a Disciplined Agile partner will make you eligible for the DASSM exam which will help you get DASSM certification

Once you have mastered DASSM, you can further enhance your Agile skills by considering the certifications below:

  • Disciplined Agile Coach (DAC)
  • Disciplined Agile Value Stream Consultant (DAVSC)
  • PMI-ACP certification
  • ICP-ACC certification

You earn 16 PDUs by participating in KnowledgeHut’s DASSM certification training program.

Yes. Currently, the Disciplined Agile certifications require professionals to earn 7 PDUs per year

Yes, you can count your DASSM training hours with KnowledgeHut as PDUs toward your PMP, PgMP, or PMI-ACP PDU requirements.

Your DASSM certification is valid for one year after which you would need to renew it.

Yes, you will get free e-learning access to 100 courses for one year.

The Accelerated DASSM Career Track is a leadership bundle that KnowledgeHut brings to you in an exclusive collaboration with PMI, which includes Self-Paced DASM E-Learning worth US $350, free of cost along with the 16-Hour Instructor-Led Training and a free DASSM Exam Retake Worth US $180. 

DASSM Certification Process

The Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master (DASSM) Certification is provided by the Disciplined Agile Consortium (DAC), the governing body for certification in Disciplined Agile. All Disciplined Agile intellectual property (IP) is owned by the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PMI is the world’s eminent non-profit professional membership association for the project, program, and portfolio management profession. Established in 1969, PMI has delivered value to more than 2.9 million professionals working in nearly every country in the world through global advocacy, collaboration, education, and research. For more details, visit PMI.org.  

More information on the Disciplined Agile Consortium (DAC) can be found here.

No. You need to attend the course in order to be eligible for the DASSM certification exam.

No, to be eligible for any Disciplined Agile certification exam, individuals must complete their instructor-led or on-demand training workshop from an authorized Disciplined Agile Consortium training partner and REP of PMI. Once you have completed the workshop, you will receive the eligibility code from PMI; this is required to schedule your exam.

Here are the steps to get the DASSM certification:

  1. Get trained by an authorized training partner of Disciplined Agile Consortium and REP of PMI, like KnowledgeHut, by attending the two-day training.
  2. Schedule your certification exam at a Pearson VUE test centre or via the online proctored testing solution, using the eligibility code you receive from PMI.  
  3. Take the online closed-book multi-choice 90-min exam and get at least 35 out of 50 questions right.
  4. On clearing the exam, you are officially a Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master.

Yes, you will receive a course completion certificate from KnowledgeHut on successfully passing the exam.

You will have to attend two days of training from a Representative Education Provider of PMI®, following which you will be required to take an exam to demonstrate your Agile skills in order to get certified. Once you pass the exam, you are declared a Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master (DASSM).

KnowledgeHut is a Representative Education Provider of PMI®.

No, your certificate will not mention the mode you have attended the course. It will look the same as the in-person certificates.

As a result of the engagement and contributions of those who share their ideas and practical experiences in the workplace, frameworks and best practices continue to evolve. PMI® places an emphasis on the learning journey and requires you to take measures to keep yourself abreast of the latest best practices, tools and techniques in Disciplined Agile.

Renewal of your certification validates your proficiency and demonstrates your interest in the growth and evolution of Disciplined Agile.

The DASSM certification is valid for 1 year. After that, you need to renew it with a $50 USD annual renewal fee. Along with the fee, 7 hours of professional development (minimum 5 Disciplined Agile hours) are required each year; these could be in the form of workshops, webinars or any conferences or events related to Disciplined Agile.

For any further questions on your Disciplined Agile Certification, please refer the Agile Certification Journey (ACJ) prepared by PMI®. The ACJ has been created to incorporate Disciplined Agile into PMI’s portfolio of certifications and to provide practitioners with options and opportunities to dive deeper into agile approaches, regardless of where they are in their career paths. If you still have questions, you can write to DACertifications@pmi.org.

DASSM Certification Exam

The DASSM exam has the following format:

  • Exam type: Closed book, online
  • Type: Multiple-choice questions
  • Number of questions: 50
  • Minimum pass mark: 70% or 35 correct answers out of 50.
  • Duration: 90 minutes

After you successfully complete your two-day Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master course at KnowledgeHut, you will receive an eligibility code from PMI. Using this eligibility code, you can schedule your certification exam at a Pearson VUE test center or via the online proctored testing solution.

You have the option of taking the exam at a Pearson VUE test center or from the comfort and safety of your home via the online proctored testing solution.

Your application is valid for one (1) year from the date of approval. If you allow your eligibility to lapse, you must re-apply.

Once started, you will not be able to pause the test. We recommend a reliable internet connection, not a public location.

No, your DASSM certification course fee includes your exam fee.

Your course fee includes the exam fee, but only covers one exam attempt. If you fails your first attempt, you will need to retake the exam by paying US$150.

You can reattempt the DASSM exam any number of times. Your first attempt is covered in the course fee. All attempts thereafter are charged at US$150 per attempt.

DASSM Workshop Experience

The DASSM workshop at KnowledgeHut is delivered through KnowledgeHut’s immersive learning experience platform, via live and interactive instructor-led training sessions. Get your all doubts cleared from the Disciplined Agile (DA) trainer, who is an experienced practitioner.

The conventional in-person DASSM training from PMI® will be delivered for two-days. The online course is divided into several classes of shorter hours, unlike the in-person class that consists of 2 classes with 7 to 8 hours long sessions. The size of the class is capped to about 30 so that students gain a better learning experience.

The trainers are professionals experienced in Disciplined Agile across industries. They will share practical use cases in application of DA from their extensive experience leading, applying, coaching, and teaching DA.

Our dedicated team of coaches deliver training on par with the standard of excellence as set out by PMI. Every candidate receives the same high-quality content irrespective of the trainer and the location. They help you further develop the competencies and skills you need to make a difference in your organization.

Our DASSM course focuses on engaging interaction. Most class time is dedicated to fun exercises, lively discussions and team collaboration, all facilitated by the trainer who is an experienced Agile practitioner. The focus is on practical solutions to real-world, leading high-performing team, and guiding the teams for improving their working ways in Agile environments.  

Software Requirements

  • Internet browser
  • MS Word or Notepad 

System Requirements

  • Windows or equivalent environment with Internet browser and high-speed Internet connectivity

Yes, your course material will be provided in advance. You will receive an email with a link to set your password a few days in advance of the scheduled course. Once you log in to PRISM, you will have access to the study plan and all the course material.

The course material comprises of the course schedule or study plan, workbooks and all relevant assignments, assessments, or case studies.

The sessions would be auto recorded on PRISM, subject to permission by PMI® and the DA Trainer. Based on the permissions, you would have lifetime access to the video recordings of the sessions as well.

No, you will not yet be able to join the training through phone or tab. Please be prepared to join the training on your laptop or desktop.

If you get disconnected during the training, you will have the option to re-join within about half an hour subject to accreditation body guidelines and the instructor’s preference.

Our workshops are currently held online and anyone with a stable internet, from any location across the world can benefit from this to get DASSM certification. You can check out the schedules here.

You will receive a registration link from KnowledgeHut to your e-mail id. You will have to set your password, log in to our platform, and start your learning journey.

If you miss a class, you can access the class recordings at any time. At the beginning of every session, there will also be a 10-12-minute recapitulation of the previous class.

This is a live instructor-led training where you will be coached by the Agile experts.

We currently use the Zoom platform for video conferencing and will soon be adding more integrations with Webex and Microsoft Teams. However, all the sessions and the recordings will be available right from within our learning platform. Learners will not need to wait for any notifications or links or install any additional software.

Yes, there can be other participants who actively participate in the class remotely. They can attend online training from office, home, or any other suitable place.

In case of any queries, our support team is available to you 24/7 via the Help and Support section. You can also reach out to your workshop manager on your workshop group messenger.

If you have any more questions, please email us at support@knowledgehut.com and we will be happy to get back to you.

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