Practices of Black Belt Scrum Developers - Workshop by Richard Hundhausen, David Starr, and Scrum.org
This post-conference workshop (additional registration required
) provides a full day
introducing attendees to Scrum. experience with the practices and techniques
.NET developers need to be successful with Scrum. Beyond the Scrum framework itself, this workshop introduces
other aspects of software craftsmanship developers must master to be successful Sprint after Sprint.
Richard Hundhausen, president of Accentient and Visual Studio ALM MVP, will lead this workshop along with David Starr and other trainers from the
Who should attend
This workshop is appropriate for software developers seeking to increase their level of software craftsmanship mastery.
The focus is on the practices necessary to delivering a working Increment of software within a Sprint, and attendees
should already be familiar with C# and Visual Studio. Attendees should bring a laptop with Visual Studio installed.
This practical and interactive workshop introduces programming principles and techniques critical to all software developers, and focuses on applying them within the context of Scrum and .NET. Crucial skills and theory for Development Teams include:
• Build automation strategies
• Pattern-based development
• Executable specification
• Test-Driven Development
• Refactoring and legacy code
About Richard Hundhausen
Richard Hundhausen is the president of Accentient, a company that specializes in Application Lifecycle Management using Visual Studio and Scrum. He has nearly 30 years of software development experience and over 20 years of training and presentation experience. Richard is a Microsoft Regional Director, Visual Studio ALM MVP, author of Microsoft's Professional Scrum Developer course, and the author of Professional Scrum Development with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012.
About David Starr
David Starr is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft where he helps make tools for agile teams using Visual Studio. He has also been Chief Craftsman for Scrum.org, a five-year Visual Studio ALM MVP, a Pluralsight technical instructor, and agile coach.
David speaks at various international conferences, publishes the occasional article, and blogs at ElegantCode.com.
More about Scrum.org
is the home of Scrum, and is leading the evolution and maturity of Scrum to improve the profession of software development. Scrum.org provides all of the tools and resources needed by Scrum practitioners to deliver value using Scrum. We host the Scrum Guide in 30 languages, provide assessments to allow people to evaluate themselves and improve, host community forums and webcasts to foster discussion and knowledge transfer, and define industry-leading Scrum training for practitioners at all levels.
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