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We are looking for a Scrum Master that has experience and proven track in managing projects within an Agile Custom Development and Integration environment. The successful Scrum Master will be responsible for owning the delivery of numerous Agile projects on an end-to-end basis in demanding customer environments.
The successful candidate must have minimum 5 years’ experience in

  • Scrum and/or SAFE Certified
  • At least 4 years’ experience in as a Scrum Master
  • Must have experience working within a Custom Development Environment/Project
  • Experience in leading complex teams

12 Month Contract
Hybrid work model
Location preference – Gauteng

Desired Skills:

  • Scrum Master
  • SAFe
  • Custom Development Environment
  • Project
  • Team Leading

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Killexams : Scrum Master – Gauteng saon_careerjunctionza_state

We are looking for a Scrum Master that has experience and proven track in managing projects within an Agile Custom Development and Integration environment. The successful Scrum Master will be responsible for owning the delivery of numerous Agile projects on an end-to-end basis in demanding customer environments.
The successful candidate must have minimum 5 years’ experience in

  • Scrum and/or SAFE Certified
  • At least 4 years’ experience in as a Scrum Master
  • Must have experience working within a Custom Development Environment/Project
  • Experience in leading complex teams

12 Month Contract
Hybrid work model
Location preference – Gauteng

Desired Skills:

  • Scrum Master
  • SAFe
  • Custom Development Environment
  • Project
  • Team Leading

Learn more/Apply for this position

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Killexams : This Autozam Scrum Monster Truck Wins the Hot Wheels Legends Tour
  • The 2022 Hot Wheels Legends Tour winner is Craig Meaux and his 1992 Autozam Scrum.
  • This Autozam Scrum kei truck was transformed into a big-block Chevy-powered monster truck over the last two years.
  • Dubbed ‘Texas Toot,’ this hilarious custom rig will be transformed into a Hot Wheels diecast.

Once again Hot Wheels wraps its exciting Legends Tour and crowns the winner that will become immortalized as a 1/64th scale toy. While last year crowned the hilariously cool ’69 Volvo P1800 gasser, this year went a different direction. Taking home top honors from this year’s Legends Tour is a 1992 Autozam Scrum. Now, this obviously isn’t a stock kei truck. No, it’s been transformed into a cartoonishly small monster truck.

This kei truck made its way from Japan to its builder Craig Meaux’s garage in 2020. In only two years this once lowly work vehicle was modified into a high-riding, big-block-Chevy-powered custom rig. Riding on a five-foot lift, this micro-monster truck dwarfs previous Legends Tour winners despite its diminutive start. The 454-CID Chevrolet feeds a three-speed automatic transmission and can inhale nitrous at the touch of a button. This all rests on a set of custom 30-inch wheels.

If you don’t live near Meaux in Beaumont, Texas, or have the ambition to tackle a project like this yourself, don’t worry. This ‘Texas Toot’ Scrum can join your collection as a diecast copy. Like previous winners before, Meaux’s rig will join the Hot Wheels roster of 1/64th scale toy cars. Though, Hot Wheels is also using this latest Legends Tour to kick off its new program dubbed “Where Legends are Made.” This new program is more adult facing, according to the brand, and will try to engage car enthusiasts all over the world through fashion, gaming and, of course, car shows.

If you think you have what it takes in your garage to be the next Hot Wheel’s Legends Tour winner, well, you’ll have your shot next year. The 2023 tour schedule still hasn’t been released, but it probably won’t deviate too far from this year’s schedule.

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Killexams : Will Tony Khan Hold A Press Scrum After AEW Full Gear 2022?
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AEW's latest post-pay-per-view media scrum may have ended in disaster, ultimately leading to CM Punk and The Elite's indefinite suspensions (and potentially multiple exits from the promotion), but this doesn't seem to have dissuaded Tony Khan.

The AEW founder and CEO plans on hosting a press scrum after this weekend's Full Gear 2022 event despite All Out 2022's controversy. This is according to Wrestling Inc.'s Nick Hausman, who has received confirmation from the promotion itself.

CM Punk called Hausman out by name at the onset of the now-infamous All Out scrum on 4 September, doing so to facilitate verbal attacks on Colt Cabana, 'Hangman' Adam Page, and AEW's Executive Vice Presidents. This led to a brawl breaking out in Punk's locker room, with Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks reportedly approaching the then-AEW World Champion afterwards.

Punk, Omega, and The Bucks were all suspended for their roles in the fracas. Producer Ace Steel, who is reported to have bitten Kenny and pulled his hair, has been released. Punk may soon follow his friend out the door, with him and AEW reportedly working on a contract buyout.

The Elite, meanwhile, are seemingly on the verge of returning, having featured in a handful of cryptic vignettes lately. A Full Gear bout with Trios World Champions Death Triangle has been rumoured for Kenny and the Bucks.

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Killexams : South Africa made the scrum their weapon against England but rugby’s set piece remains an eyesore

A very fine and famous coach once said to me, “What’s the point of a fat prop?” The clarion call for the scrum technicians – another way of describing props whose functions extend little further than the sport’s trademark set piece – resounded loud and clear a week ago in Cardiff as Georgia’s scrum steamrolled Wales to defeat. Prop power overturned the hosts as history was made.

But exceptions prove rules. Scrums have not been the dominant force of the November internationals; mostly a way to restart the game after an error or an attempt to kid the referee into awarding penalties that lead to kicks to the corner or at goal. Cynical coaching has damaged the scrum’s reputation. In the minds of some, it

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Killexams : John Morrison Gives Candid Thoughts On CM Punk's AEW All Out Scrum

The former WWE Intercontinental Champion then shared his thoughts on Punk's infamous post-show scrum. "He's one of the people that changed the course of the industry, and it's never cool to see anybody like that get hurt. What I think is funny is how he dealt with it because in some ways he just lashed out at the entire AEW roster. Whether they deserved it or not, I don't know. From his point of view, they did." Morrison stated that he can't say he would've handled the situation the same way, but noted that is what CM Punk is "known for."

Morrison had positive things to say about his time in the ring with Punk over the years. "I've wrestled the guy, not recently, but probably close to 100 times," Morrison stated. "At the beginning, we were butting heads quite a bit. It took like 20 matches, and then after that ... I thought our chemistry was on point and he became one of my favorite opponents." Morrison and Punk had a lengthy feud in 2007 during the "WWE ECW" days. Both men fought each other for the "WWE ECW" World Heavyweight Championship, each coming away victorious at different points.

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Killexams : This madly-modified Autozam Scrum is set to become a Hot Wheels toy

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Killexams : Billy Corgan Addresses Tony Khan Not Stopping CM Punk's AEW All Out Scrum

Following AEW's All Out pay-per-view in early September, CM Punk took part in the media scrum that AEW does after each PPV event. Punk's caustic comments led to a backstage brawl, multiple suspensions, and vacated titles.

During the media scrum, Punk shared his criticisms of The Elite as Executive Vice Presidents. AEW CEO Tony Khan was right next to Punk during his entire tirade but never stepped in to end Punk's tirade. Some believe Khan should have put an end to the verbal fireworks, while others lean more on the side of Khan sticking it out.

Appearing on "Ten Count," NWA owner Billy Corgan addressed Khan not stopping Punk during the media scrum.

"I think that's an unfair question because we don't know a lot of things that only Tony and Punk would know," Corgan said. "If I was in a similar situation, to answer the spirit of the question, I think I would be calculating, 'Is the controversy of what this person is saying gonna be good for the talent and for business,' because there were aspects of what Punk said that were good for business because wrestling likes heat, or, as Eric Bischoff says, 'Controversy creates cash."

Corgan also discussed if he believes the press conferences have been positive.

"I would caution fans to remember that ... the wrestling business is a lot more complicated than fans realize that it is," Corgan said. "Tony's got a ton of publicity from those post-show press conferences. What he's done has been very good for AEW and for the business of AEW. So, if you're Tony, and I'm not Tony, that's been a good thing."

If you use any quotes in this article, please credit "Ten Count" with an h/t to Wrestling Inc. for the transcription.

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Killexams : Andy Warwick challenges Ulster to set the tone from first scrum in crucial top of the table clash against Leinster

Let’s start with the scrum.

t can be bewildering or just frustrating to behold and, depending on how things are going, a useful weapon or impediment to remaining on the front-foot in any given game.

It’s also worth pointing out that it is often spoken of as an area no-one knows much about really, save the front rows.

Scrums may resemble little more than a tangle of limbs which inevitably flop to earth but, don’t be beguiled, the engagement is highly technical and a fundamental function for those who are paid to be at the very coalface, the place of direct engagement between the props and hookers on either team.

Andy Warwick has accumulated quite some knowledge on matters pertaining to the scrum over what is more than a century-and-a-half of appearances.

Yes, but, as with all the modern game’s props, there is so much more to be done around the field with ball-carrying, hitting rucks and defending as well as mauling both front and back-foot, all to be delivered when going about one’s work.

All true, but it still all boils down to the scrum.

“I’d say the first scrum sets the tone for the rest of the game,” Warwick explains.

“If you go well in it, confidence rises in the front row and whole team. The other way round and boys are thinking they’re maybe going to have a bad day, so the first scrum is very important.”

Warwick expands on the theory that all can stem from how the front row are going.

“For us as a front row unit, it’s all about connections, being together and making sure we do the same thing, depending on what we’re wanting to do, and that we’re all on the same page.

"I think we’ve put a lot of work into that.”

It’s just the same with the maul.

He explains: “We drill it enough and know exactly where we should be, there’s an odd time something can go wrong but we know where we should be, and you have to get as quickly into position as you can and add your weight and make sure you’re specific at what you’re doing.

“In the last game against Leinster,” he adds referring to September’s defeat to Leo Cullen’s squad, Ulster only reverse so far this season, “some of it didn’t go according to plan but hopefully we can learn from that and bring it into this week.”

Yes, tomorrow it’s Leinster again.

It’s worth noting that Warwick started in both games against them in the previous term when Ulster managed a rare thing of beating their southern neighbours both home and away.

Indeed, November 2021’s victory in Dublin was the first one since 2013 with the one prior to that having been registered at the backend of the previous century.

Last season’s meeting at the RDS pitted Warwick up against Tadhg Furlong and he could be going up against the Ireland tighthead again tomorrow which, obviously, entails a certain amount of cramming on what Leinster are doing at scrum-time, as is the usual process when preparing to play any team, really.

“You have to analyse them (potential opponents) because they probably do change things every season, whatever angles they are deciding to go with as a unit and then what we do to counteract that,” adds the 31-year-old Ballymena native.

“It’s always a challenge against Leinster, going up against a British and Irish Lions front row basically.

"But I enjoy coming up against them and you definitely learn from each game.

“They are some of the best and I enjoy coming up against them because I see it as a real challenge.

"And I love going down to Leinster and playing that away game because I know it’s such a challenge.

"But we have to go and prove a point.”

Warwick provided a reminder of his versatility in the closing minutes of last Friday’s victory over Zebre when he switched from loosehead to the tighthead side of the scrum following Jeff Toomaga-Allen’s injury-enforced departure, which was probably no bad thing to demonstrate to the coaching staff with Rory Sutherland around and Steven Kitshoff to come post-World Cup.

As Warwick explains: “When you prep the whole week for it, it’s a lot easier and you have been through the process, but it (the Zebre late switch) shows that any eventuality can happen, and you have to be prepared for it.”

Though he admits his one scrum at tighthead against the Italians didn’t go too well, it is a position Warwick is familiar enough with and he recalls packing down against Cian Healy in the early days of the Ulsterman’s career back in 2014.

Still, he has to address the fact that regarding his primary position, at loosehead, a Scotland international and British and Irish Lion is currently at Ravenhill and a Springbok World Cup winner is on his way.

“It’s great having that quality coming in,” he adds, referring to Sutherland and Kitshoff, “and it’s going to make the squad better and make me better to see what they do and how they approach the game and how they approach the scrum.

“And, look, all I can do is try and do my best and that’s all you can worry about.

“I’ll try to keep on improving. That’s all you can do really but they’ll add to the squad and there’ll be a lot of competition so that will be good.”

Tomorrow, though, watch for when that first scrum arrives.

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