30. 7. 2019
EDU Trainings brings you a unique course Scrum Patterns led by Jim “Cope” Coplien and Karel Smutný.
If The Scrum Guide were what a game rule book to chess is, Scrum Patterns would be a collection of game strategies.
Scrum Patterns grew out of the critically acclaimed Organizational Patterns of Coplien, Harrison, and Wachi-san. Contributors to these patterns include Jeff Sutherland, Kiro Harada-san, James Coplien, Mike Beedle, Gabrielle Benefield and other.
Scrum Patterns course is a two-day intensive advanced training filled with exercises and deep discussions.
You will learn:
Who Should Attend
Every Scrum practitioner involved in a Scrum adoption (both small and large scale) who is serious about it.
Above average knowledge of Scrum is expected and required, at least at the level of intermediate Scrum certifications (PSM-II, A-CSM) i.e. understanding of Scrum framework and a 1-2 years
of real world experience. (The certifications are not required.)
Jim “Cope” Coplien is the father of Organizational Patterns, is one of the founders of the Software Pattern discipline, a pioneer in practical object-oriented design in the early 1990s and is
a widely consulted authority, author, and trainer in the areas of software design and organizational improvements. As one of the founders and proponents of Agile software development, one of Cope’s passions is to work with the inventors of Scrum to facilitate its evolution as formalized in the Scrum Guide. He also is actively leading the work in Lean Architecture
in conjunction with the Scrum community.
Karel Smutný works for about 10 years as a consultant in Scrum and LeSS adoptions, mostly on Czech market. He is a software developer, Professional Scrum Trainer at Scrum.org
and a candidate LeSS trainer. Scrum Patterns theory lead Karel to completely revamp his Scrum trainigs, so that students discover Scrum during the class themselves (rather than being instructed by the trainer).
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