This page summarizes the differences between PSD and PSD+. The content of PSD+ is also instructor dependent. You are welcome to contact the instructor for more details.
PSD+ (Java) runs 5 Sprints, including Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective. They are each 4 hours in length. PSD (Java) only runs 3 Sprints, also including all events, but only 3 hours in length.
PSD+ introduces to Scrum from scratch, covering all Scrum roles, artifacts and events. PSD only repeats the most important Scrum terms. PSD+ introduces self-organization and cross-functionality, two important attributes for Development Teams, in detail, PSD does not.
All Best Practices listed in the Professional Scrum Developer Objective Domain are covered in both variants. PSD+ covers all basic, intermediate and extended topics meanwhile PSD only covers basic and some intermediate topics. The exact weighting for PSD depends on the instructor. You are welcome to contact the instructor for more details.
PSD uses an IDE, JUnit, Subversion or Git, and Jenkins as a basic toolset. PSD+ adds more tools in the area of acceptance testing, database design, continuous integration, and design/refactoring. You are welcome to contact the instructor for more details.
PSD is a 3 day course and PSD+ is a 5 day course.
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