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Scrum Master Role: https://youtu.be/Qj0JySkQqxI
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Daily Scrum: https://youtu.be/R0jOsGMMJ90
In this video series, I want to share with you my best tips on passing the PSM1 exam successfully. Let’s get started.
My name is Vladimir Raykov and on this channel I want to share with you tips on how to become a certified scrum master.
Scrum is an agile framework for developing complex products in complex environments.
I will share with you scrum tutorials that will help you pass the Professional Scrum Master Level 1 (PSM 1) exam on your first attempt.
The Scrum Framework consists of…
Three roles – the Scrum Master, The Product Owner, and The Development Team.
Three artifacts – The Product Backlog, The Sprint Backlog, and The Increment.
Five events – Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, The Sprint, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective.
Having a definition of done in Scrum is mandatory.
Having a definition of ready in Scrum is not mandatory.
Five values: commitment, courage, focus, openness, and respect.
Finally, remember this: Scrum is Agile but Agile is not Scrum! 🙂
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This video uses screenshots from the Scrum Guide and the Nexus™ Guide to point the attention of the student to important concepts, ideas, rules, and practices. The authors of the Scrum Guide are Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland. The Nexus Guide is developed and sustained by Ken Schwaber and Scrum.org