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    My employer offered a two-day Scrum Master training with the exam included which I passed with 86%. No immediate plans on becoming a Scrum Master, but attended the training to learn more about Scrum since we started working Agile. Took the exam simply because it was a part of the course so why not.
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    Congrats! So no intention of going for the PSM-II now?
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    Thanks! I only have €120 remaining in my personal development budget so no more Scrum for the moment. I took SANS SEC560 last week so now I'll focus on completing GPEN.
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    Never heard of it. But congrats!
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    I just learned of the certification not too long ago amyself lol. Non-security or technical related offerings are usually not on my radar
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