The name for two processes that occur when burndowns do not stay on target are _______ and ________.

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Monitoring is an important part of meeting the goals of software development. This can involve (select three correct answers):

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Different forms of feedback include (choose three answers):

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The Agile Manifesto principle, “Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software” highlights the importance of a software product that satisfies stakeholders. This is in line with the concept of:

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Francis and his team are coming up on the end of their current sprint. He is preparing to demonstrate the product in the upcoming sprint review meeting, in order to gain stakeholder feedback. What are some important points Francis should remember for the client demonstration? (Choose two answers)

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Sprint review meetings are an opportunity for the development team to _________, while sprint retrospective meetings allow the development team to _________.

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What are the three main events of a sprint review meeting? (Choose three answers)

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Uwe has developed a user study to test the game he has developed. He has provided his sample users with a set of goals to accomplish in the game, and has recorded how long it takes his users to reach those goals. Why is this data not enough on its own to assess all the qualities of usability?

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Apple is known for using the method _______ to produce the right product, while Google is known for using the method _____ to reach the same goal.

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Software walkthroughs, software technical reviews, and software inspections share the following traits (Choose two that apply):

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Requirements criteria used in both the peer review techniques of requirements inspection, and requirements technical review include (Choose two that apply):

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Putri is working with a development team which has chosen to use the metric lines of code or LOC. Putri knows this is an ineffective metric. What reasons could Putri present his manager to illustrate this? (Choose three that apply)

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The Goal, Question, Metric paradigm suggests that:

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Carter has been counting the number of defects found in a product every week through bug reports. The defects/week is an example of:

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Horatio has been keeping track of his development team’s output by measuring the number of story points per sprint. Halfway through the project, the client requests that Horatio start to measure the team’s productivity by using hours per sprint. Horatio explains to his client that this is not a good idea, because it breaks which desirable property of a metric?

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The popular metric of _______ is used to measure the non-functional requirement of ______.

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Jill has been working on some software to help her perform colour analysis on photographs. She calculates the defect density of her code pre-release. 400 defects were found in a total of 100,000 lines of code. In the post-release, however, 600 defects were found. Although her total was 10 defects per thousand lines of code, what strategies could Jill use to help lower her high post-release defect numbers? (Choose two that apply)

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Which of the following are properties of the Daily Scrum meeting (select two that apply)?

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The “goal velocity” for a sprint, usually based upon previous similar sprints in the past, is known as the _______.

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Over time, sprint velocities tend to become more and more stable. This is likely because (choose two that apply):

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Release burndown charts can help a development team visualize (Choose two that apply)

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The name for two processes that occur when burndowns do not stay on target are _______ and ________.

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Huang and his development team have been using a release burndown chart to keep track of their progress on a project. However, some requirements have changed on the project, leading to a number of tasks being added. Which of the following are the best ways Huang could illustrate these changes in the burndown chart? (Choose two that apply)

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An iteration burndown chart differs from a release burndown chart in that it (choose two that apply):

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Whiteboard task boards help a development team easily visualize (choose two that apply):

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Mariko and her development team have finished a project. At the end of the project, they spent some time reflecting and discussing the project. They identified a number of ways the work done could be done better the next time. These identified ways of improving the project are __________.

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Project retrospectives are a good time for the development team to address (select three that apply):

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Techniques that software project managers can use to create safe environments include (select two that apply)

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Qualities of a dysfunctional team culture include (select two that apply):

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Outside facilitators are responsible for (select two that apply):

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Craig has been working on a project that has only recently finished. He was working on creating an interactive timeline, but this was only a specialized and specific part of the project. He looks forward to hearing about what other developers worked on in the course. According to Kerth’s (2001) three day analogy for project retrospectives, which day and course should Craig expect to hear about other developers’ work on the project?

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Which of the following is not an example of an exercise that would take place in the past course?

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Trevor is an outside facilitator who has been brought in on a project retrospective to help ensure discussions go well. He sends out a pre-work handout asking team members about their hopes for the retrospective, and concerns they might have. Why are these good questions to ask (select two that apply)?

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