The Professional Scrum Developer Level I certification (PSO I), accredited by scrum.org founded by Ken Schwaber, is a certification for developer. Based on my hands-on experience, I scored 92.5% and passed this exam today.
This exam is quite straightforward and has some duplicated questions. There are 80 questions to be answered in 60 minutes. I finished the exam in around 40 minutes without review.
Those who passed this exam will be entitled “Professional Scrum Developer Level I”. However, advanced levels for this certification are not available today. Some PSD aspirants criticize that Scrum is not bound to software development and the PSD exam should not be software or technology centric. I believe this is one of the major concerns for scrum.org to make this exam easy taking.
A junior developer with PSM I certification and experience of version control, TDD and CI/CD would pass this exam without much effort. It’s critical to take all the Open Assessments for PSM, PSPO and PSD before you sit for this exam.
My milestones of the year are updated as follows:
- Milestone #1: PMI + CISSP
- 2018/04/09 ACP
- 2018/04/27 PBA
- 2018/06/19 CISSP
- 2018/07/10 RMP
- Milestone #2: ISACA
- 2018/07/24 CISM
- 2018/08/13 CRISC
- 2018/08/28 CISA
- Milestone #3: ISC2
- 2018/09/07 CCSP (originally scheduled on 2018/09/14)
- 2018/09/13 CSSLP (originally scheduled on 2018/09/28)
- 2018/09/25 CISSP-ISSEP (bonus)
- Milestone #4: EC-Council
- 2018/10/09 CEH (originally scheduled on 2018/10/15)
- 2018/10/12 ECSA (originally scheduled on 2018/10/29)
- Bonus Exams: scrum.org
- 2018/10/21, PSM I
- 2018/10/23, ISO 27001 LA
- 2018/10/27, PSPO I
- 2018/10/28, PSD