Agile Quiz

Agile Quiz

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This Agile Quiz is carefully and selectively created by Agile expert Shuchi Singla. With this Quiz and we’ll help you analyse your Agile knowledge on basic and expert levels. Lets get started!

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Q 1. A stand-up meeting is conducted at a pre-set time every day where the whole team stands in a circle. One at a time, each person briefly describes new information that the team should know. At the Daily Scrum, what is NOT discussed?

  • AWhat did I do yesterday?
  • BWhat are my tasks for the coming week?
  • CWhat will I do today?
  • DWhat problems are preventing me from making progress?

Q 2. Which of the following is NOT a principle from the Agile Manifesto?

  • AOur highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software.
  • BBusiness people and developers must work together daily throughout the project.
  • CContinuous attention to technical excellence and good design does not enhance agility.
  • DWorking software is the primary measure of progress.

Q 3. Which of the following charts shows the total number of story points completed through the end of each iteration?

  • AIteration burndown chart
  • BCumulative story point burndown chart
  • CDaily Burndown chart
  • DBurn up chart

Q 4. Which of the following techniques would you use to detect problems within a process?

  • ASprints
  • BBurn Up charts
  • CBurn Down charts
  • DHealth checks

Q 5. Which of the following correctly defines the Complex Story?

  • AA User Story that comprises of multiple shorter stories
  • BA User Story that users can mark as inactive
  • CUser story that is inherently large and cannot easily be dis-aggregated into a set of constituent stories
  • DIt is not a Story

Q 6. One of your stakeholder is interested in viewing the project progress but he is not interested in details. Which of the following report can you share with this stakeholder?

  • AWeekly demo
  • BVision Statement
  • CRelease plan
  • DBurn up chart

Q 7. What does 'R' stand for in ARCS, a criteria for evaluating Instructional designs by J.M. Keller?

  • ARelevance
  • BRepeatable
  • CRecording
  • DRight

Q 8. One of your stakeholder wants more detail than the vision statement provides, but not the overwhelming detail of the release and iteration plans. Which of the following progress report will you share with this stakeholder?

  • ARoadmap
  • BStatus email
  • CIteration plan
  • DProductivity chart

Q 9. Which of the following tests verify that units and combinations of units work together to perform the desired operations?

  • AUnit tests
  • BComponent tests
  • CExploratory Tests
  • DUsability tests

Q 10. What is the process of defining and prioritizing the nonfunctional requirements for scaling known as?

  • ADecomposition
  • BStaging
  • CStanking
  • DPrioritizing

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