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    Very good !
    almost 5 years ago

    I really appreciate the teaching approach of Tommy. There are a lot of useful feedbacks and tools. Thanks to this course and a quick reading of the Scrum Guide, i get my PSPO I certification.

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    Good, but needs a case study
    about 5 years ago

    Mike, you clearly are at black belt level with your knowledge of Scrum methods. Although I was able to follow your recitation easily, I kept asking myself if your data would be better reinforced had you setup a shell project at the outset, and perhaps dedicated 30 to 45 seconds at the end of each module addressing how the scrum tactics would apply to that project.

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    Generic without minimal examples!
    over 5 years ago

    Not better than free online courses at http://scrummethodology.com/ ! Only theory , not example !

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    More in-depth than most
    over 5 years ago

    One of the themes that I picked up from this course was that even though an artifact or a process may not be part of strict Scrum, there can value in using those things if they are deemed helpful by the team. Sprint 0 and a release plan are two of things that I've used in the past but have had people tell me that I am not following pure Scrum so it was nice to get some validation that what we may or may not be using is okay. I also really appreciated the information on engineering and quality assurance practices. There is a lot to those areas that I am looking forward to exploring more in the future.