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Agile Scrum Certification

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Interesting, there is increasing requirement for Agile (PMI Agile Certified Practitioner) and Scrum (Disciplined Agile Scrum Master (DASM) Certification). However, in my opinion, this should be the extension of PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) that one should completed the basic first before gain expertise in Agile or Scrum.

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Maret 16, 2022 at 12:53 pm

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Sustainability Certification

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World Bank City Climate Planner
Led by Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI), World Resources Institute, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability,
City Climate Planner program
Urban Greenhouse Gas Inventory Specialist

Urban Greenhouse Gas Inventory Specialist Exam

Knowledge Domains
1.Project Planning (5 Questions)
A.Establish project goals and objectives
B.Develop a project plan
C.Establish quality control procedures

2.Defining the Scope of an Emissions Inventory (8 Questions)
A.Identify program authorities (e.g., covenant of mayors, national government, local policies) who might assist, require, and otherwise have a stake in the inventory
B.Define program objectives
C.Determine reporting framework or platform
D.Set inventory boundaries
E.Decide on methodologies

3.Managing Data (35 Questions)
A.Identify data needs
B.Identify data sources
C.Obtain stakeholder commitment
D.Collect activity data
E.Determine emissions factors
F.Determine other parameters (e.g., fuel economy, population)
G.Analyze data

4.Calculating Emissions (16 Questions)
A.Execute calculations
B.Calculate uncertainties

5.Synthesizing Emission Inventory Results (8 Questions)
A.Organize calculated results
B.Interpret results

6.Reporting Activities (8 Questions)
A.Generate reports
B.Manage internal results dissemination

Sample Questions:

1.When only regional or national data are available, what technique can be used to estimate emissions for a city?
A. Scaling
B. Verification
C. Interpolation
D. Extrapolation
This question represents Domain 3: Managing Data.

2.Which of the following creates the largest contribution to global warming?
A. 1 tonne of SF6
B. 78 tonnes of N2O
C. 2,200 tonnes of CH4
D. 4,000 tonnes of CO2
This question represents Domain 4: Calculating Emissions.

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Maret 14, 2022 at 11:11 am

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Certification Month

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Certified TIA-942 Design Consultant (CTDC): 90 minutes, 60 question, 83%
Certified Data Centre Specialist (CDCS): 90 minutes, 60 question, 75%

Foundation
Data Center Foundation Certificate (DCFC®)

Design / Build
Certified Data Center Professional (CDCP®)
Certified Data Center Specialist (CDCS®)
Certified Data Center Expert (CDCE®)
Certified Network Cabling Design Professional (CNCDP®)

Maintenance / Operations
Certified Data Center Facilities Operations Specialist (CDFOS®)
Certified Data Center Facilities Operations Manager (CDFOM®)

Risk
Certified Data Center Risk Professional (CDRP®)
Certified Data Center Migration Specialist (CDMS®)

Standards / Compliance
Certified TIA-942 Design Consultant (CTDC®)
Certified TIA-942 Internal Auditor (CTIA®)
Certified TIA-942 External Auditor (CTEA®)

I think I will go back to ITIL

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September 24, 2021 at 1:07 pm

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TOGAF a new beginning

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Well let see. This is a new beginning.

The problem with TOGAF – Part 2

1.Uncommon vocabularies and terms. e.g Pattern, Building Blocks

2.Common vocabularies often misleading. e.g Architecture views

3.Unclear purpose for certain method. e.g ADM

4.TOGAF book is structured alphabetical (biggest confusion)

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Juni 19, 2021 at 10:47 am

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Agile Certification Project Management

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Agile

Manifesto:

  1. Individuals and Interactions over Processes and Tools
  2. Working Software over Comprehensive Documentation
  3. Customer Collaboration over Contract Negotiation
  4. Responding to Change over Following a Plan

12 Principles:

  1. Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software.
  2. Welcome changing requirements, even late in development. Agile processes harness change for the customer’s competitive advantage.
  3. Deliver working software frequently, from a couple of weeks to a couple of months, with a preference for the shorter timescale.
  4. Business people and developers must work together daily throughout the project.
  5. Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done.
  6. The most efficient and effective method of conveying information to and within a development team is face-to-face conversation.
  7. Working software is the primary measure of progress.
  8. Agile processes promote sustainable development. The sponsors, developers, and users should be able to maintain a constant pace indefinitely.
  9. Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design enhances agility.
  10. Simplicity—the art of maximizing the amount of work not done—is essential.
  11. The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams.
  12. At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective and then tunes and adjusts its behavior accordingly.

Agile PMI:
I. Agile Principles and Mindset 16%
II. Value-Driven Delivery 20%
III. Stakeholder Engagement 17%
IV. Team Performance 16%
V. Adaptive Planning 12%
VI. Problem Detection and Resolution 10%
VII. Continuous Improvement 9%

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Oktober 10, 2020 at 11:27 am

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ISO 27001

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Menarik, sebenarnya sudah dari dulu mengincar sertifikasi ini, cuman kelihatannya masih mempertimbangkan untung ruginya.

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Maret 20, 2020 at 5:08 pm

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The problem with TOGAF/Enterprise Architecture

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1. There are many vocabularies and terms that is not common or not popular
e.g Business Scenario, Pattern, Building Blocks, View. Even if its popular, some term is defined differently, for example Business Scenario define as business problem description to help define requirements.

Business Scenario: A business scenario is essentially a complete description of a business problem, both in business and in architectural terms, which enables individual requirements to be viewed in relation to one another in the context of the overall problem

2. TOGAF usually describe a term in generic term, but the real meaning is different

E.g Architecture view: representation of a system from the perspective of a related set of concerns. It consists of one or more architecture models of the system.

Architecture view: is used to decribe the concern of stakeholders.

3. The purpose is sometimes unclear (or philosophical)
E.g the purpose of ADM is not to get alignment, but to suit the specific needs of enterprise

E.g the purpose of enterprise architecture is not to create “standard” but to optimise an enterprise into an environment that is responsive to business needs

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Februari 1, 2020 at 12:51 pm

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TOGAF

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10 Process/Phase
P-V-B-I-T O-M-G-H-R (PVBIT OMGHR)

14/11 Techniques

Techniques linked to the organization and management of participants:
1.Stakeholder management: P, V, O, M
2.Business transformation readiness assessment: P, V, O, M

Information system architecture techniques:
3.Architecture patterns: V, B, I, T
4.Architecture principles: P, V
5.Using TOGAF to define and govern SOAs: BIT
6.Interoperability requirements: ALL-GH
7.
Security architecture: ALL

Techniques linked to architecture development:
8.*Business scenarios: V, B
9.Gap analysis: B, I, T

Techniques linked to the planning and deployment of the target architecture:
10.Migration planning techniques: O, M
11.Capability-based planning: O, M

TOGAF adaptation techniques:
12.Applying iteration to the ADM: P, V
13.Applying the ADM at different enterprise levels: P, V

Cross-organizational techniques:
14.Risk management: ALL

22/16 Deliverables
1.Request for Architecture Work: Pr
2.Architecture Principles: Pr
3.Tailored Architecture Framework: Pr
4.Business Principles, Business Goals, and Business Drivers: Pr, V, B
5.Architecture Vision: V
6.Statement of Architecture Work (SAW): V
7.Communication Plan: V
8.Architecture Definition Document: B, I, T
9.Architecture Requirements Specification (ARS): B, I, T, O, M
10.Architecture Roadmap: B, I, T, O, M
11.Transition Architecture O, M
12.Implementation and Migration Plan O, M
13.Architecture contract M
14.Capability Assessment: V, O
15.Compliance Assessment: G
16.Change Request (CR): H

5 Capabilities BCCG-M
1. Architecture board
2. Architecture contracts
3. Compliance management
4. Architecture governance
5. Maturity models

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Desember 18, 2019 at 10:29 pm

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ERP Energy Risk Professional Certification

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Energy Risk Professional (ERP) is a relatively new Risk Management certification. I think the oldest known ERP certification is around 2010 ref. However, they change into two-part examination in 2016. Myself, I think I heard this certification around 2016, which I think to align with my focus on energy development. However, if there is some employer for ERP, I think the closest one is electricity ref, I don’t think it will be performed well in the financial market industry.

I try to test the first 20 question, and only get around 35% score. Some key points of this test
– never heard term: Geometric Brownian motion, Black–Scholes model
– concept: derivative trading, contract, option, credit rating

The reasons I am not taking this ERP exam:

  1. Unflexible time (May and Nov only)
  2. Price to expensive
  3. Exam location in London (need hotel and further transport expense).

Let see, maybe one day, I will perform this exam.

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Oktober 15, 2018 at 12:51 pm

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There is a hope – Nothing comes for free

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Looks good, I feel that I am in better positioning as of today. I learn a lot from the latest four years. It takes two years to have reform, it takes another two years to be focus. The first two years focus on developing habit (run), the second two years focus on logging. I start with a book, with a posting, with google keep. Finally I am here now, I am ready for any kind of challenge.

  • Business might fail, nothing comes for free, there will be a sacrifice (opportunity cost)
  • People only learn from their experiences. If somebody told them, nobody listens. Moral of the story: experience matter.

Specific Indonesia cases:

  • Industry loyalty is more valuable than a profession loyalty

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Oktober 15, 2018 at 12:30 pm

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