Whether you are studying for PMI-ACP or just working in Agile, you may hear the terms Greenfield project or Brownfield project. What do these terms mean? I first thought they were made-up terms. A Greenfield project is one not constrained by prior work. You are building upon green grass, first time. In software this could be a totally new system, with few or no ties to any legacy systems. These are often high risk, and thus good candidates for Agil
This week I scratched something off my bucket list, Scrum Master Certification. I enrolled in the scrumstudy.com program and passed their test on the first try. I will admit the test was hard and thorough. The next day I ordered the textbooks for another certification Professional Scrum Master PSM-1 from scrum.org After that I may look at PSM-1 or go for a third credentialing organization. Each one has a slightly different slant on Agile and Scrum. ...
I finished reading all 373 pages of the free Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOK Guide by scrumstudy.com I even read the glossary! (lots of good definitions) I also bought their Scrum Master Certified course, and have finished watching all their mandatory videos and passed their practice tests. I realize they have over a hundred other videos, but let's get real, I need to take the test to earn the letters behind my name. Yes, it was interesting and educati
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