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PSD1 test guidence
Last Post 10 Jan 2014 06:10 AM by Daniel Racowsky. 3 Replies.
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VS Chandra Mouli Seelaboyina
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VS Chandra Mouli Seelaboyina

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06 Jan 2014 10:06 PM
    Hi All,


    Can you suggest how to go with PSD1 test?

    I've working experience with agile engg practices.. would like to assess my knowledge, is that sufficient or any further practice required?
    Ian Mitchell
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    Ian Mitchell

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    08 Jan 2014 07:53 AM
    There's the PSD Open Assessment on this site. I suggest:
    - you try that and give your feedback here.
    - consider its relationship to the Scrum Guide...and also to practices which are not in the Guide, such as those of Extreme Programming.
    VS Chandra Mouli Seelaboyina
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    VS Chandra Mouli Seelaboyina

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    08 Jan 2014 11:10 PM
    Yaa.. thanks for the suggestion Ian, I tried with open assessment and scoring 100%. every time
    But i'm bit sceptical about the scope of questionnaire in the test.

    For example: take the topic "Agile Testing" how to know the scope of the syllabus?
    another question is will the test ask questions about any specific tool related questions (e.g VS 2012 , TFS, or NUnit etc)

    As of now to ensure my preparation pass proof , I have only one option in my hand, that is

    Reading the following Books back to back
    1. Agile Testing by Lisa & Janet
    2. Agile Estimation and Planning by Mike Cohn
    3. User Stories Applied by Mike Cohn
    4. Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk
    5. Continuous Delivery

    it takes considerable amount of time go through all these books. Is there any way to assess other than scrum.org open test?

    Regards



    Daniel Racowsky
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    10 Jan 2014 06:10 AM
    Mouli,

    It's great that you want to improve your Scrum developer knowledge.

    You might find our Agile and Scrum Library helpful.
    https://www.scrum.org/Resources/Scrum-and-Agile-Library

    Daniel
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