“We believe that Scrum certification is of limited value.”
[Not April Fools] – This was stated by the guys over at a new site, promoting the growth and registration of those that have taken the vow of non-CSM-status. If you never want to become a CSM, or you’re interested in joining (a small group of less than 10 people) that will not become CSM, then join up! Why not.
Their values per the site:
- Practical agile experience over attendance at a classroom based course
- Practical agile experience over meaningless certificates
- Practical agile experience over references from other certified individuals
We hereby renounce any Scrum certification we may already have and declare our intention to remain “Not Scrum Certified.”
Are people taking this denouncing your Certified ScrumMaster-issue way too seriously?