16417Re: [scrumdevelopment] SCM Course. Is it good for someone with no scrum project experience
- Sep 29, 2006Hi Bhavesh,
Yes it will be good to attend the course. You will get to know scrum concepts from someone who has done it. But the real understanding will come from actually DOING IT YOURSELF, LEARNING DAILY FROM IT and SEEING THE ACTUAL IMPROVEMENT IN DELIVERING working functionality to customer.
How will you actually do it in your present set up is a question?
PS: Come back to Mumbai and join us back if you want to do it. ;-)
On 9/19/06, bhavesh_busa <bhavesh_busa@...> wrote:
I have been reading about scrum and following threads on this news
group. But I have not worked on any project using Scrum or claiming to
completely follow Agile Methodology. Even though there are some agile
techniques like unit testing, smaller iterations(1 month) incroporated
in the projects.
I am wondering whether I should join the SCM course. Will it help me
in my professional development? In other words will I be able to
absorb the content. Secondly will it be nice for me to join some Agile
project (claiming to be Agile) as developer OR if I join these course
and then join as CSM.
PS:I am currently working on development role. But have had previous
team mentoring experience.
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