Melvyn Bulkes

Scrum Developer

2 Days Instructor-led Online Class

Language Available: English
Trainer Trainee Ratio: 1:25 (MAX.)

Scrum Developer Certified (SDC™) professionals are Product Developers who are working as a self-organized team to build successful products incrementally with iterative development life cycle with a set of tools and techniques required under Scrum Framework.

Scrum Developer Certified (SDC™), 2-days training program helps participants to learn and build good understanding about Agile and Scrum Framework, the role and responsibilities of a Scrum Developer, Self-organized team, and how to interact with other Scrum teams in a complex and large project environment.


  1. Demonstrate sound understanding of the all key aspects of the Scrum Developer role.
  2. Have a clear understanding of Scrum and agile principles, and specialized agile engineering skills.
  3. Develop knowledge about use of different tools and techniques like Scrum Board, Estimation Methods, Conflict management, Collaboration, and so on.
  4. Recognize traits that are strongly linked to effective engagement and communication in a multi-Scrum Teams environment.
  5. Critically evaluate the characteristics of effective Scrum team and understand why team fails.


  • E-copy of SBOK® Guide
  • Roles guide for SDC™ Exam
  • High quality video tutorials
  • Practice questions
  • Online certification exam
0 +
0 +
Pass Rate
> 0 %
0 +

Certification Details

We are accredited to SCRUMstudy™, one of the global accreditation body for Scrum and Agile certifications.

  • SCRUMstudy™’s online live proctored exams allow you to take your certification exams from the comfort of your home using a webcam and a reliable internet connection.

  • Upon successful completion of the exam you will get an online certificate and your name will be added to the SCRUMstudy™ Certification Registry.

Exam Format:

  • Multiple choice

  • 75 questions per exam

  • 90 minutes duration

  • No negative marks for wrong answers

  • Online proctored exam

Exam Fee: 

  • No separate exam fee, included in the training cost

Exam Retake: 

  • 2 free exam retakes

Exam Rescheduling Policy:

  • Students can can request for rescheduling in case of any situation preventing them from taking the exam on the scheduled date.

  • There will be a rescheduling fee of USD 50

1. Introduction to SCRUM

  • Introduction to Scrum

  • Overview of Scrum

  • History of Scrum

  • Why Use Scrum

  • Scalability of Scrum

  • Purpose of the SBOK Guide

  • Framework of the SBOK Guide

  • How to use the SBOK Guide

  • Scrum Principles

  • Scrum Aspects

  • Scrum Processes

  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management

2. Principles

  • Introduction to Scrum Principles

  • Roles Guide and Empirical Process Control

  • Self-Organization


  • Value-Based Prioritization

  • Time-Boxing

  • Iterative Development

  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management

3. Organization

  • Introduction to Organization

  • Roles Guide

  • Scrum Project Roles

  • Product Owner

  • Scrum Master

  • Scrum Team

  • Scrum in Project, Programs, and Portfolios

  • Summary of Responsibilities

  • Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management

  • Popular HR Theories and their Relevance to Scrum

4. Business Justification

  • Introduction to Business Justification

  • Value-driven Delivery

  • Importance of Business Justification

  • Business Justification Techniques

  • Continuous Value Justification and Confirm Benefits Realization

  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

5. Quality

  • Introduction to Quality

  • Quality, Scope, and Business Value

  • Acceptance Criteria and Prioritized Product Backlog

  • Transition to Scrum

  • Quality Management in Scrum

  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance

  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

6. Change

  • Introduction to Change


  • Change in Scrum

  • Integrating Change

  • Change in Portfolios and Programs

7. Risk

  • What is Risk

  • Risk Management Procedure

  • Risk Prioritization, Mitigation and Communication

  • Minimizing Risks through Scrum

  • Risks in Portfolios and Programs

  • Scrum vs Traditional Project Management

8. Initiate

  • Initiate- Introduction

  • Create Project Vision

  • Identify Scrum Master and Stakeholder(s)

  • Form Scrum Team

  • Develop Epic(s)

  • Create Prioritized Product Backlog

  • Conduct Release Planning

9. Plan and Estimate

  • Plan and Estimate-Introduction

  • Create User Stories Process

  • Approve, Estimate, and Commit User Stories and Create Tasks Processes

  • Estimate Tasks Process

  • Create Sprint Backlog Process

10. Implement

  • Implement-Introduction and Create Deliverables

  • Conduct Daily Standup

  • Groom Prioritized Product Backlog

11. Review and Retrospect

  • Review and Retrospect - Introduction

  • Convene Scrum of Scrums

  • Demonstrate and Validate Sprint

  • Retrospect Sprint

12. Release

  • Release-Introduction

  • Ship Deliverables

  • Retrospect Project

Upcoming Classes

No Events Found

0 +
0 +
Pass Rate
> 0 %