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Taking the Scrum Master exam. Share your tips.
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I have recently completed a training in Scrum Master and will be taking the test shortly (80 questions, minimum 85% correct answers, 1 hour time). Look forward to learning tips and stories that could contribute towards a successful test. Thanks!
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If you are going for the PSM, you might want to touch base with Andrew Craig.
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Jul 12, 2019 10:45 AM
Rami Kaibni
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Stephane, How did you tag Andrew in this way ? Can you give me or us the code ... That’s a very cool way of tagging or inserting people’s name for referral.
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Eduard,

I hold 7 certificates with Scrum.org of which two of them are PSM I and II. Here are my lessons learned from PSM I and you will find info about other certificates in my other blogs:

https://www.projectmanagement.com/blog-pos...-PSM-I--Journey

Hope this helps.

Good Luck.
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Jul 12, 2019 8:45 AM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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If you are going for the PSM, you might want to touch base with Andrew Craig.
Stephane, How did you tag Andrew in this way ? Can you give me or us the code ... That’s a very cool way of tagging or inserting people’s name for referral.
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1 reply by Stéphane Parent
Jul 12, 2019 11:09 AM
Stéphane Parent
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It's nothing more fancy than a bit of HTML code. I use it often to italicize or boldface text in my posts or comments. Some of the HTML tags are not supported, including tables and superscripts. But that still leaves you with a good amount of HTML tags you can use.

What I did in this case was navigate to Andrew's page and copied the URL showing in the browser's address bar.

I then put the following information in front of Andrew's name:

<a href="copiedURL" target="_blank">
/pre

and after his name I added:

</a>
/pre

I add the target attrribute to force the link to open in a new tab. That way it doesn't move you away from the page you are on. (This is usually why web site don't want you to use hyperlinks. They want you to stay on their site).

You can find all kinds of references to HTML tags that you can try.
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Jul 12, 2019 10:45 AM
Replying to Rami Kaibni
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Stephane, How did you tag Andrew in this way ? Can you give me or us the code ... That’s a very cool way of tagging or inserting people’s name for referral.
It's nothing more fancy than a bit of HTML code. I use it often to italicize or boldface text in my posts or comments. Some of the HTML tags are not supported, including tables and superscripts. But that still leaves you with a good amount of HTML tags you can use.

What I did in this case was navigate to Andrew's page and copied the URL showing in the browser's address bar.

I then put the following information in front of Andrew's name:

<a href="copiedURL" target="_blank">
/pre

and after his name I added:

</a>
/pre

I add the target attrribute to force the link to open in a new tab. That way it doesn't move you away from the page you are on. (This is usually why web site don't want you to use hyperlinks. They want you to stay on their site).

You can find all kinds of references to HTML tags that you can try.
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Looks like my attempt to show HTML code on the page, which requires its own set of HTML tags, mucked up the right alignment. The /pre is not included.
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Do not include the /pre.
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Thanks Stephane, I will check it out and let you know if I have further questions.
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Haha, thanks gents! Rami, I shared some code with you before! Will have to find it :)

Yeah, certainly there are a few of us here with some documented experiences that could prove useful in your, or anyone's, ventures into this area.

https://www.projectmanagement.com/blog-pos...um-Master--PSM-

Which test are you taking, Eduard?
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Some HTML stuff
Image =
bold = text here
italic = text here
link = text to display as link
open link in new tab = text to display
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woops, well that didn't work either, ugh
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