Conference PDUs

PMI PDU Video

Project Management Institute (PMI®) Professional Development Units for Continued Certification (PDUs)

If you are a software development professional and you hold a PMI designation (including the new PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP℠), this collocated event is an outstanding resource to help you adhere to PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program.

Project Management Institute Global Registered Education Provider

Better Software Conferences are a Global Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) for the PMI. The designation as a PMI R.E.P. indicates that an organization has met PMI’s rigorous quality standards and can deliver world-class, effective project management training and education. PMI is the world’s leading not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession, with more than half a million members and credential holders in more than 185 countries.

PMI® PDU video thumbnailThe program for Better Software Conferences West includes many courses offering the PDUs you need to maintain your credential. The conference features over one-hundred approved sessions. Attend one or combine multiple sessions all week to earn up to forty PDUs. Keep track of all presentations attended throughout the week, and report all PDUs earned by searching for the title in the PMI's Continuing Certification Requirements System (CCRS). You can download an instructional PDF, or you can also pick up a copy at the registration desk during the conference. If you would like more interactive instructions, you can click the image to the right. When the video starts click the "How Do I Claim My PDUs?" section to the right. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact Client Support at 888.268.8770, 904.278.0524, or [email protected].

For more information on PMI designations or the benefits of choosing a PMI Registered Education Provider, visit www.pmi.org

Training Classes with PDUs

Tutorials and Sessions with PDUs

Session Title Session Type Number of PDU's Date

Plan, Architect, and Implement Test Automation within the Lifecycle

Tutorial 3.25 Mon

Great Product Design with User Story Mapping

Tutorial 6.50 Mon

Building Continuous Delivery Pipelines: A Workshop

Tutorial 3.25 Mon

Principles and Practices of Lean Software Development

Tutorial 3.25 Mon

Facilitation Skills for All: Create Engaging Meetings

Tutorial 3.25 Mon

Git and GitHub for Developers and Testers

Tutorial 0.00 Mon

Agile Risk Management

Tutorial 3.25 Mon

IoT Testing Workshop

Tutorial 0.00 Mon

Acceptance Test-Driven Development

Tutorial 3.25 Mon

Help Retain Knowledge: Increase Engagement to Achieve Learning

Tutorial 3.25 Mon

Thinking Inside the Box – Root Cause Analysis with The Six Boxes

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Lean/Agile Data Driven Decisions Demystified

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Stop Saying DevOps and Start Applying Continuous Delivery Principles

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

What DevOps Means for Testers

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

The Architecture of Microservices

Tutorial 6.50 Tue

Advanced Test Automation in Agile Development

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Essential Patterns of Mature Agile Leaders

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Improve the Mobile User Experience (UX): Keep Your Users Coming Back

Tutorial 0.00 Tue

The Tester’s (New) Role in Agile Development

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Leading Change: Even If You’re Not in Charge

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Scrum: Answering the Tough Questions

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Agile Project Failures: Root Causes and Corrective Actions

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Statistics in Big Data Analysis: Beyond Counting

Tutorial 3.25 Tue

Docker Fundamentals Jumpstart

Tutorial 0.00 Tue

Stamp Out Agile and DevOps Bottlenecks

Keynote 1.00 Wed

Modern Evolutionary Software Architectures

Keynote 1.00 Wed

Storytelling Techniques for Better Requirements

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Transitioning to Agile Leadership

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Demystifying DevOps Adoption

Concurrent Session 0.00 Wed

The Future of Scrum

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Architectural Patterns for an Efficient Delivery Pipeline

Concurrent Session 0.00 Wed

Finding the 'Seams': Making User Stories Smaller

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Implement DevOps Like a Unicorn—Even If You’re Not One

Concurrent Session 0.00 Wed

Integrate Security into DevOps

Concurrent Session 0.25 Wed

Shave Mobile Development Time and Cost with Xamarin

Concurrent Session 0.00 Wed

Move Your Selenium Testing to the Cloud

Concurrent Session 0.00 Wed

Why Agile Works—and How (Not) to Screw It Up!

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Football and Agile: Like Peanut Butter and ?

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Agile Leadership Strategies: Winning the War on Complexity

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Is Your Project Doomed from the Start?

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

You Can’t Buy DevOps … You Have to Sell It

Concurrent Session 0.00 Wed

From Scrum to Kanban: Our Journey

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Microservices and Docker: Foundation for a New Generation of Applications

Concurrent Session 0.25 Wed

Improving Profitability through Accessibility

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Software Craftsmanship in an Agile Environment

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Drive Product Improvements with Telemetry

Concurrent Session 1.00 Wed

Big Data: The Magic to Attain New Heights

Keynote 1.00 Thu

The Agile Dojo: Shiny Toy or Best Idea Ever?

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Continuous Testing in DevOps

Concurrent Session 0.00 Thu

Finding Efficiencies in Your Development Lifecycle

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

The T-Shaped Scrum Team: Get in Shape for Your Future

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Five XP Practices for Agile Development

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Why You Shouldn’t Automate – And Why You Will Anyway

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Application Resiliency: Keys to Planning for IoT and the Cloud

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Continuous Delivery of Innovation and Quality

Concurrent Session 0.50 Thu

Experience Agile Emergence through Sketch Comedy

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

RAMP: Requirements Authors Mentoring Program

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

The #NoEstimates Movement

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Adapting Your Organization and Teams for Agile

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Visual Management Gone Wild

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Six Ways to Improve Class Design for Better Software

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Pipeline as Code: A Model for Scaling CI/CD

Concurrent Session 0.00 Thu

Scaling Automated Tests: Choosing an Appropriate Subset

Concurrent Session 0.25 Thu

Agile at the Intersection of Mobile, Cloud, and the Internet of Things

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

DevOps and Regulatory Compliance—Like Oil and Water or Peanut Butter and Jelly?

Concurrent Session 0.25 Thu

Happy and Productive Teams: A Divine Saga

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

DevOps: The Key to Quality-Driven Development

Concurrent Session 0.25 Thu

Include Automated Testing in Your Definition of Done

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

The Rise of the Purpose-Driven Multi-Cloud

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Agile Release Planning: The Middle Time Frame

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Improv(e) Your Requirements

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Your Resume is Now What You Do on GitHub

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

DevOps in an Embedded and Regulated Environment

Concurrent Session 0.00 Thu

Agile Test Automation for Data-Centric Applications

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Sprint Zero on Your Enterprise Cloud Journey

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Guiding Cultural Adoption of Agile at Scale

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Metrics to Assess Risk in DevOps

Concurrent Session 0.25 Thu

Impact Maps: Let Your Goals Drive Your Product Features

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Setting and Measuring Individual Performance in Agile Teams

Concurrent Session 1.00 Thu

Identify Development Pains and Resolve Them with Idea Flow

Keynote 1.00 Thu

Impact over Progress: Learning from Evidence over Following the Process

Leadership Summit Session 1.00 Fri

The Triumph of Simplicity, Discipline, and Clarity

Leadership Summit Session 1.25 Fri

Leadership Coaching Dojo: A Chance to Practice What You Preach

Leadership Summit Session 1.25 Fri

Agile Leadership in the Public Sector

Leadership Summit Session 1.00 Fri