PSF_Badge_Web_75 The PSF 2-day class is the perfect vehicle to jump start Scrum in your organization. Students from varied backgrounds and skill sets learn Scrum in self-organizing teams while delivering working product increments. This course is appropriate for anyone seeking to learn and experience Scrum. Students do not need to be software developers.

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PSM_Badge_Web_75 Using carefully designed exercises and simulations, the 2-day PSM course prepares students for successfully performing the role of Scrum Master with deeper insights into Scrum itself.

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PSPO_Badge_Web_75 With a strong focus on value-thinking, the 2-day PSPO prepares students to take on the role of Product Owner for a Scrum Team and effectively manage the Product Backlog as the definitive development plan.

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The 3-day PSD is a carefully designed, immersive simulation that bootstraps software development teams with both Scrum and the Microsoft ALM tools they will use to create software. This course is officially sanctioned by Microsoft and teaches teams how to use Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, and Visual Studio Online.

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David is one of a a limited number of trainers who are certified to teach all classes from Scrum.org.

I have never received so much useful, practical information and insight in such a short time, and David left me with deep understanding and appreciation of Scrum that continues today.
Glynn Brewer, Wolters Kluwer

Professional Scrum Training with David Starr

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Professional Scrum Training from David is a different experience than most you’ll find. He has directly authored, maintained, or collaborated with other authors in creating much of this curriculum.

While Scrum is an effective way to deliver working product increments, our classroom experience doesn’t lose sight of Scrum as a very powerful way to frequently produce and increase value. This guides classroom discussions toward real-world situations and scenarios.

Having served at Scrum.org as Chief Software Craftsman and as Chief Operating Officer, David is uniquely qualified to deliver not only this curricula, but also the values, principles, and intent behind it.

David Starr taught me how to develop software using Scrum, and he helped me grapple with a number of process changes in my organization and come up with a practical implementation specific to my environment.
Chris VanHoose, Principle Architect