In 2019, Scrum Alliance® plans to begin updating the CSD program to align with the new CSM® and CSPO® role-based paths. Current CSDs will continue to use the CSP® badge until the new CSD program is launched. Once the new program is launched, you will be able to earn your Advanced Certified Scrum Developer (A-CSD) and Certified Scrum Professional Developer (CSP-D) certifications, demonstrating your high level of knowledge and skill as a developer on a Scrum team.
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- How does the new path to CSP® affect my CST®, CTC, CEC application?
- I would like to earn the new advanced certifications, but my current certification is expired. How do I renew my certification?
- What is Scrum Alliance® doing to help promote the CSP® certification to employers?
- Are there any plans for these certification badges to become part of a digital badging system, available to be used on LinkedIn and other platforms?
- I hold multiple foundational certifications. How will that be handled?
- I achieved CSP® via CSD®. Are there plans to update the CSD Program?
- How will having the new role-based CSP® certification impact my renewal?
- Do I need to take an Advanced Certified ScrumMaster™ and/or Advanced Certified Product Owner™ educational offering in order to keep my CSP®?
- How does the new program benefit me?
- If I am planning on applying or if my application is already submitted under the current CSP® process, what type of badge will I get when I am approved?