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Ran is a Certified LeSS Trainer and teaches Certified LeSS Practitioner course as well. You will get a brief overview of the Large Scale Scrum in this class part from understading basic Scrum.
We believe in Continuous Learning. It's difficult to learn to solve every problem in two days. As you start playing Scrum at you work place, you will certainly face challenges and you need help to solve those. So our workshop doesn't end in 2 days, you continue to learn in our monthly PlayScrum-Meetups. Join now
You get a free pack of PlayScrum Flash Cards. The PlayScrum cards include:
- A Set of Planning Poker Cards for estimation.
- Quick Reference cards for Scrum Roles.
- Quick checklist of things to do in Scrum Ceremonies.
- Agile Values and Principles Card.
We are human beings and we tend to forget things. We have designed PlayScrum App to help ScrumMasters to stay focused on helping their team focused on the goal. Download the App NOW!
We meet hundreds of enthusiasts and practictioner's every month and we hear a lot of challenges. We are putting together a book to solve the day to day problems ina pragmatic way. You can tell us your problems and we can help you solve the problems in a pragmatic way with stroies and samples on this book. This book is also released in iterations. Downoad the book NOW!
Have more questions on training and certification, visit this link: http://www.scrumalliance.org/pages/faq_training_and_certification
Frequently Asked Questions about CSM certification:http://leanpitch.com/csmfaq/
Trainer: Ran Nyman
He has worked since 1995 as professional software developer. First programs he wrote in CP/M operating system using Basic language in middle of eighties. Since then he has moved to more modern languages like C, C++, and Java. Ran has lot's of experience in Scrum, design patterns, UML, distributed systems, Test Driven Development and Specification by Example, Executable Requirements (also know as Acceptance Test Driven Development).
Currently, Ran is working as trainer and consultant in Gosei helping large multinational organizations to move from sequential product development to Scrum.
Here is the tentative agenda for the workshop: