Sunday, 11 March 2012


The company that I am working for has decided to change from waterfall project management to Scrum project management.  It's taken a year to get to where we are at the moment, but it's starting to come together.

In order to help with the new methodology I went on a training course as a Scrum Master a couple of weeks ago.  The Scrum Master is the person who manages the Scrum framework within a team and facilitates the team in being productive.

Anyway...  Along with the course there was an exam to take in order to be a certified Professional Scrum Master.  I just took the exam (pass is 85%) and got... 96%!  Phew :)


  1. Congrats on passing in this professional aspect of your life as well as in the personal field. Thumps up for you!

  2. Sounds a bit rough.

    Surely you should be a scrum mistress...

  3. Congratulations!

    I'm trying to figure out how anyone gets any work done if they're always in a scrum... :-D

  4. Oh, shoot! Let me try that one again!

    :-) <- Slightly blushing smiley...

    I'm trying to figure out how anyone gets any work done if you're all playing rugby... :-D

    (Ta-daaa! Boom, boom!)

  5. Thanks all!

    Scrum Mistress... I'm not sure that doesn't have the wrong connotations :)

    The good thing about playing rugby all the time is that we produce less bugs :)


  6. Congrats, Stace! You're one of those smart girls!

    Check out Jenny's post on T-Central regarding subscribing to comments. I can't subscribe.

    Calie xxx

  7. Thanks Calie!

    And the embedded option is now enabled!