ScrumMaster or Scrum Master

ScrumAlliance.org uses the term ScrumMaster (one word), where Scrum.org uses the term Scrum Master (two words).  however, ScrumAlliance was the original organization and still has more members and a larger network, especially the education network.  


So which term is the industry standard when describing the position:  ScrumMaster or Scrum Master?

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Jessica RigaProducerCommented:
There is inconsistency throughout the industry and no clear standard. However, as discussed in this Agile Learning Labs thread, what seems to make the most sense is referring to the role as "scrum master" with no capitalization . However if someone holds the CSM certification then it would become appropriate to use "ScrumMaster."

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