An introduction to the course, and the author
The following are the lessons in the course. Make sure you take them in order, as there’s a specific flow to the content.
It’s a good idea to take notes, or draw a mind-map during the course. Such a document is not presented here, because the whole point is for you to do it yourself. Don’t use your notes when you’re answering the questions during the course, unless you spend enough time thinking, and can’t remember the right answer.
Finally, if you have purchased the simulated exams package, do not take them before finishing this course.
A quick overview of the Agility concept, which helps you understand Scrum better
Mainly topics about the items in the Product Backlog, and their place in the project, as well as the related role of Product Owner
The goal, and generic characteristics of Sprints
An overview of the way Sprints are planned, and the related artifacts (Sprint Backlog and Sprint Goal), and responsibilities
The way the product is developed, progress is measured, and work is synchronized (Daily Scrums)
The way we use the Increments for receiving feedback, and adjusting the Product Backlog
The way we try to improve our process
The continuous activity of adjusting the Product Backlog, and adding details to it
A complete review of the roles and responsibilities
An overview of all events
The characteristics of Sprints
More detail on Sprint Planning
More detail on how we synchronize using Daily Scrums
An overview of an important opportunity for adaptation
An overview of the way we use Scrum when there are more than one team working on the same product
Adjustments we may need to make when using Scrum
A short introduction to Scrum values
A few tips and tricks that improve your performance in the exam