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PMI-ACP : PMI Agile Certified Practitioner : Part 13

  1. Which type of estimation refers to splitting a story into smaller and easier to manage pieces?

    • Expert opinion
    • Analogy
    • Disaggregation
    • Bottom up
  2. The ___________ the technical debt means the ________ the intrinsic quality?

    • higher, higher
    • higher, lower
    • lower, lower
    • lower, higher
  3. A technique in which a team collaboratively discusses acceptance criteria and then distills them into a set of concrete tests before development begins is called:

    • Feature Driven Development (FDD)
    • Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)
    • Test Driven Development (TDD)
    • User Story workshops
  4. Setting up development work in a way that the team can figure out what to do next is called:

    • A pull system
    • Push system
    • Critical path
    • Sprint backlog
  5. What Agile development approach is being used when the whole team works towards solving a complex problem?

    • Swarming
    • Norming
    • Performing
    • Collaborating
  6. The acronym for a good product backlog is DEEP. What does it stand for?

    • Detailed appropriately, Emergent, Estimated, and Practical
    • Detailed appropriately, Emergent, Estimated, and Prioritized
    • Descriptive, Emergent, Estimated, and Prioritized
    • Detailed appropriately, Exact, Estimated, and Prioritized
  7. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of an Agile plan?

    • Follows rolling wave planning approach
    • Are top down
    • Easy to change
    • Shows dependencies of one task to others
  8. Which type of risk analysis does an Agile team use to identify risks on their project?

    • Risk Burndown Chart
    • Pareto Analysis
    • Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • Quantitative Analysis
  9. The trend of work remaining across time in a Sprint, a release, or a product, with work remaining tracked on the vertical axis and the time periods tracked on the horizontal axis is called a ____________.

    • Burndown Chart
    • Burnup Chart
    • Progress Chart
    • Parking Lot Chart
  10. Which list below includes the attributes of a good User Story?

    • Small, estimable, independent, negotiable
    • Testable, estimable, renewable, valuable
    • Negotiable, small, explainable, valid
    • Valuable, estimable, dependent, small
  11. The Agile Manifest principle, “Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software”, is achieved through which Scrum practice?

    • Daily Scrum
    • Sprints
    • Release Planning
    • Sprint Planning
  12. During which meeting do team members synchronize their work and progress and report any impediments to the Scrum Master for removal?

    • Sprint Planning meeting
    • Daily Scrum
    • Sprint Retrospective
    • Weekly Status meeting
  13. Who is responsible for change management in Scrum projects?

    • Project Manager
    • Project Sponsor
    • Scrum Master
    • Product Owner
  14. The technique used to analyze the flow of information and materials through a system to eliminate waste is:

    • Fishbone diagramming
    • Flow charting
    • Value stream mapping
    • Pareto analysis
  15. Which of the following defines the goal of testing in Lean software development?

    • Testing is to improve the process and quality
    • Testing plays the most crucial role in ensuring the intrinsic value of the product
    • In Lean software development, testing always refers to Test Driven Development
    • Testing is primarily performed to ensure that we don’t have escaped defects
  16. In Kanban, a diagram that describes the overall flow and provides a measurement for every significant step in the workflow is the:

    • Kanban board
    • Cumulative Flow diagram
    • Burn Down Chart
    • Parking Lot Chart
  17. A visual control used in Lean software development to represent the velocity of business solutions delivered over time is a:

    • Business Value Delivered Chart
    • Burndown Chart
    • Cumulative Flow Diagram
    • Burn-Up chart
  18. Suppose the current release will be complete after 6 two-week iterations. A team member is insisting that the Product Owner write the acceptance test cases for the entire release. How should the Scrum Master respond?

    • Since the release duration is not very long, agree with the idea and explain the advantage of doing this to Product Owner
    • It’s up to the team and Product Owner to determine if it is a good idea.
    • Explain that stories should only be discussed in detail prior to development. Elaborating stories not in the next couple of iterations is wasteful.
    • Decide to dedicate first Sprint to elaborating all the stories
  19. Suppose your team is working to create a commercial website and is in the process of developing User Stories by role. One team member suggests rather than only thinking about the target user, we should also think of some exceptional users who use the system very differently. What type of user is this team member referring to?

    • High Risk User
    • Admin Role
    • Extreme Persona
    • Performance Tester
  20. Which of the following testing is done manually by the XP team?

    • Regression testing
    • Unit testing
    • Integration testing
    • Exploratory testing