How to pass CSM test with flying colors? [Scrum Alliance]

I recently passed Scrum Alliance CSM test with 92%. I studied scrum concepts for one week after formal training of 2 days from Certified scrum trainer.

How to pass CSM test ?

CSM course is practical oriented so two-days training is the most important thing of this course. After completing the training candidate must pass CSM test within 90 days to become certified ScrumMaster.

Below are some of the tips to clear this test with less preparation.

  1. Understand the Rules and Roles in the scrum.

  2. Understand all of the artefacts of the scrum.

What if someone burns Rs. 1000 note ? Will India get poor by a thousand rupee?

What if someone burns Rs. 1000 note ? Will India get poor by a thousand rupee?

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Short Answer : NO, India will not get poor if someone burns Rs.1000 note. The person who is burning the Rs. 1000 note will become poorer by Rs. 1000.

WARNING : Burning Indian currency is crime under Central Government Act 
Section 489E in The Indian Penal Code, 1860 

Long Answer :

Scrum & Agile cheat-sheet, Refcardz

Scrum & Agile cheat-sheet, Refcardz

I love to read cheat sheets instead of thick books. I always keep cheat sheets in print or in mobile to read when I am travelling. This helps to utilise travelling time in a constructive way. 

Cheatsheets also help me to brush up my already learned concepts that way some concepts always remains on top of my memory stack.

After clearing my scrum training and scrum master exam, All concepts were clear but we need to visit them after every 3 months to keep them fresh and alive :-)

Knowledge Transfer Documents for Typical Drupal Project

Recently I came across with this question, “What all documents required for proper knowledge transfer of any Drupal project"? 

As usual, I went to search on drupal.org but failed to find any document list so I started making it on my own.

Considering the team experience level may be some of the documents are irrelevant but here in my case I have a bunch of newbies in the team. So I preferred it simple and stupid.

So here is the list: 

 1. Information about Infrastructure: Server/Environmental Details (Dev/QA/Prod/) 

More than 55 Dev Docs of languages like Angular JS, PHP, HTML, CSS, JQuery, RoR .

 

Recently I found awesome collection of developer’s manuals for most of the languages. It almost covers all of the web technologies.

Its syntax and description is well written and genuine as it took from original manual of respective language.

You can use these manual offline too; it works well with Google Chrome Browser. Currently it supports more than 55 languages like Angular JS, PHP, HTML, CSS, JQuery, RoR  etc.

http://devdocs.io/