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Agile for Practitioners Assessment_Delivery | 56978 | MCQ solution | TCS iEvolve


Agile for Practitioners Assessment_Delivery | 56978 | MCQ solution | TCS iEvolve

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1. What happens if the offshore team members are not able to participate in the iteration demo due to time zone/infrastructure issues?

Ans. Offshore members will miss the opportunity to interact with the Product Owner/Stakeholders and get the direct feedback about the increment they created

2. What do you think is the most effective way to ensure that code adheres to good coding standards?

Ans. The code has to pass through static code analysis without any violations

3. How does an agile team maintain requirements?

Ans. Team maintains the requirements in a common place, such as a Wiki/Jira/Whiteboard and so on.

4. Which among the following is a recommended way to run Retrospectives?

Ans. Team discusses how they can improve their way of working and picks up one or two improvement areas for next iteration.

5. Given a piece of work to be executed in agile, how would you form the agile team?

Ans. An agile team must have the required skills, headcount being less than 12.

6. If you are asked to bring in agile way of working into the way a meeting runs, which one among the listed options will you implement?

Ans. Meetings must be facilitated and time-boxed.

7. What do you think is a good way for team members to remain updated on work status at any given time?

Ans. Having an updated physical/digital Kanban board, Scrum board or any other such board.

8. How should a team have quality built into its deliverables?

Ans. By having an agreed and evolving set of Definition of Done items, which are automated wherever possible.

9. For any meeting (other than the agile events) that team members have among them, what are the points to consider? Select the two correct options.

Ans. (i) Team must keep number of such meetings minimal.

(ii) Team must keep duration of such meetings short and timebox based on the agenda

10. How does an agile team obtain clarity on backlog items that may be picked up in upcoming iterations?

Ans. During every iteration, team has backlog refinement session with the Product Owner for gaining clarity on the backlog items to be picked up in upcoming iterations.

11. In a team, if someone gets stuck with the selected tasks for the iteration, what is the immediate next step? 

Ans. The team member should reach out to other team members for help.

12. In an agile team, who is responsible for tracking the tasks?

Ans. All team members are responsible for tracking the tasks in a common place such as a Wiki / Jira/excel/physical board/wall/ any other system

13. What is an efficient way to ensure that the code is working as per the acceptance criteria/business requirements?

Ans. Through automated functional tests.

14. What would be a standard way for anyone outside an agile team (for example, Delivery Partner of the account, Head of the Enablement Function) to get the status of the work at any point in time?

Ans. He/she can refer the physical/digital Kanban board, which is maintained by the team.

15. In a team that follows agile, how would a team member know what others are working on? Select two that apply.

Ans. (i) The team should have a daily sync-up.

(ii) They may refer to the backlog maintained in a tool (Jira, Prime, and so on).

16. Survey Q. Non-scoring: If you are working in a customer facing agile team, who is more mature/ready for Agile?

Ans. Our TCS team and Customer team are equal

17. When a Product Owner adds a new feature/idea in the backlog and brings it up for discussion during refinement session, how should a team respond?

Ans. Team should analyze the feature/idea based on the domain and technical knowledge and suggest improvements/alternatives, if any.

18. Survey Q, Non-scoring: What role are you playing in your team?

Ans. Developer/Engineer/DevOps Engineer/Automation Engineer/Reliability Engineer

19. In the middle of the iteration, how should a team handle requirement changes from the customer? Select only one answer.

Ans. The team may re-negotiate with the Product Owner provided the changes do not endanger the iteration goal

20. When you have more than one agile team working on a single product, which one of the following should be considered?

Ans. Teams to have regular sync-up meets to manage and reduce the dependencies.

21. How does the team know what to work upon during the iteration?

Ans. Based on the discussions during iteration planning, team members agree on what each would work on.

22. What would be a suggested way to share and sustain knowledge with members in a team? Select only one answer.

Ans. Sharing best practices, lessons learnt and other topics in a central place where team can collaborate

23. When multiple team members are working on a related feature, how often should they integrate their work?

Ans. In a scheduled daily (or multiple times in a day) frequency.

24. After a team writes a piece of code, how can she ensure that is works, before checking it in?

Ans. Through unit testing. 




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