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Title: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: ShilpaK on February 15, 2018, 08:29:03 am
Explain Velocity in Agile?
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Post by: 1172347412 on February 15, 2018, 10:08:17 am
Velocity is the sum of the estimates of delivered  per iteration.
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Post by: 1182053501 on February 15, 2018, 10:30:21 am
Velocity of Agile will be determined basing on the user stories done during the sprint meetings and the average work done during 2 to 3 sprints will be considered.
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Post by: ShilpaK on February 15, 2018, 10:32:40 am
Velocity is a metric that is calculated by addition of all efforts estimates associated with user stories
completed in one iteration. It predicts how much work Agile can complete in a sprint and how much
time will it require to complete a project.
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Post by: 1170944412 on March 10, 2018, 12:57:42 pm
Velocity is a metric that is used to determine the amount of work that can be successfully completed by a team during a sprint. The team would add up the effort estimation associated with every user story that was completed within the said sprint and come up with a total, this total is the velocity. This would serve as an accurate estimation technique to determine the time that would take for the project to be completed.
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Post by: Satish kumar Gajula on April 25, 2018, 09:38:25 pm
Agile-Scrum Interview Questions

1. What is Agile-Scrum?
2. Did you follow the agile-Scrum methodology in your project?
3. What are the several light weight methodologies in Agile?
4. Give the example of Agile - Scrum?
5. Give Example of Diagram?
6. What is the template?
7. Any documents do you follow in Agile- Scrum?
8. What is your role in Agile-Scrum?
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Post by: 1172540611 on April 29, 2018, 04:52:07 pm
The rate of progress of scrum team is called Velocity. It expresses the amount of story points completed per iteration.

An important rule of calculating velocity is that only stories that are completed at the end of iteration are counted.
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Post by: 1182057301 on May 19, 2018, 09:47:45 am
Q1. What is sprint Burn up chart and Burn down chart ?
Q2. What is spike and tracer Bullet ?
Q3. What is impediment ?
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Post by: 1181472704 on June 25, 2018, 08:18:44 am
1) What is the Daily Stand-Up?
One of the interview questions on Agile is sure to be about the Daily Stand-Up. The answer? Every day, preferably in the morning, the team meets for no more than 15 minutes to answer three questions:

What did you do yesterday?
What do you plan on doing today?
Are there any blocks or impediments that keep you from doing your work?

This Scrum ceremony is not meant to be a status meeting for stakeholders, but a way to energize the team and get them to set focus for the day.

2) Describe what happens in the Sprint planning meeting.
In Sprint planning, the Product Owner presents the goal of the sprint and discusses the high priority product backlog items. The Delivery team then chooses the amount of work for the next sprint.
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Post by: 1181471104 on June 27, 2018, 11:20:42 am
what is agile-scrum? explain it with example?
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Post by: 1181278305 on July 11, 2018, 10:36:15 pm
Few interview questions are as below

1. What is the difference between agile and sequential methodology ?
2.When should you use Scrum over waterfall?
3.How long were your sprints ?
4. What is velocity ?
5.What type of metrics or reports have you used ?
6.What is burn down chart ?
7.How many scrum teams have you managed at a single time ?
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Post by: viswanathan on August 18, 2018, 11:29:29 pm
what is sprint zero?
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Post by: viswanathan on August 20, 2018, 11:10:19 am

•   Agile is a methodology and scrum is a framework has set of values and principles.
•   Scrum is now widely used for products, services and managing the operation of organizations
•   The individual team is highly flexible and adaptive
•   This delivers working software in a regular intervals to client
•    welcoming changing requirements
•   whole agile team has responsibilities working towards the client solutions

There is no specific example for explaining agile nowadays it is implemented across all industry verticals where solution needs to arrive soon or fix issues or customer acquisition new markets etc…

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Post by: Saranya Palanisamy on August 23, 2018, 05:37:41 pm
What are the different types of scrum meetings?
The sprint planning meeting is held before the sprint begins, to define what will be delivered in the sprint.
The Scrum Daily Standup Meeting is held daily. This meeting is short, fifteen minutes or less. And each member of the team tells the rest of the team what they did since the last Scrum meeting, what they will do before the next Scrum meeting, and what is blocking them.
The Sprint Retrospective Meeting is held after the sprint, for the Scrum team to reflect and review on the last sprint to determine what went right and wrong, and initiate process improvement.
The Backlog Grooming Meeting is often held during the sprint to allow the team to review the top priority items in the product backlog.
The Sprint Review Meeting is held at the end of each sprint and time-boxed to four hours. In the meeting, the work the team completed in the sprint is demonstrated as a product increment – potentially shippable working software.
The Scrum of Scrums is for information about the team as a whole, not individual members. The members work on identified issues.
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Post by: kalyan ram.N on August 24, 2018, 01:20:56 am
Explain Velocity in Agile?
Velocity is how much work of the product backlogs a team can handle in one sprint. Points should be considered:
Team size
Project complexity.
Interruptions and multitasking of team resource.
Sprint duration.
Can’t compare velocity to other team capacity.
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 1182198007 on December 05, 2018, 12:06:51 am
Velocity is a metric that predicts how much work an Agile software development team can successfully complete within a two-week sprint (or similar time-boxed period).

Velocity is a useful planning tool for estimating how fast work can be completed and how long it will take to complete a project. The metric is calculated by reviewing work the team successfully completed during previous sprints; for example, if the team completed 10 stories during a two-week sprint and each story was worth 3 story points, then the team's velocity is 30 story points per sprint.
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 1181059202 on December 11, 2018, 10:19:46 pm
The rate of progress of a scrum team is called "velocity" . It expresses the amount eg. Story points completed per iteration.
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 1182234812 on January 29, 2019, 06:15:31 pm
Burn up and burn down charts in agile

Burn up charts: this chart show that how much work is done is a sprint
burn down charts: thus chart show the remaining work to be done
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 1191940101 on March 23, 2019, 09:15:44 am
What is Agile Manifesto ?
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Post by: 1190537901 on April 23, 2019, 12:24:32 am
What is Agile ?
Agile methodology is a practice that helps continuous iteration of development and testing in the SDLC process. Agile breaks the product into smaller builds.

In this methodology, development and testing activities are concurrent, unlike other software development methodologies. It also encourages teamwork and face-to-face communication. Business, stakeholders, and developers and clients must work together to develop a product.
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Post by: 1190537901 on April 23, 2019, 12:27:43 am
What is Scrum ?
Agile is a framework and there are various approaches to implement agile like Scrum, Kanban, Extreme Programming(XP),Feature Driven Development(FDD), Adaptive System Development(ASD) etc.,

Scrum
It’s one of the most popular ways to implement agile. In this iterative approach, there are sprints that last one to two weeks and allow the team to deliver software on regular basis. Scrum uses a software model that follows a set of roles, responsibilities, and meetings.
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Post by: 1192574505 on July 26, 2019, 06:10:05 pm
Who will be the part of daily meeting ?
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Post by: 1192767805 on August 03, 2019, 09:48:45 am
What is the difference and similarity between Agile and Scrum?
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Post by: 1192767805 on August 03, 2019, 10:22:35 am
Explain burnt down chart?
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Post by: 1192767805 on August 03, 2019, 10:29:27 am
how many principles are there in an agile software?
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Post by: 1190244102 on August 03, 2019, 08:01:27 pm
Burn up and burn down charts in agile

Burn up charts: this chart show that how much work is done is a sprint
burn down charts: thus chart show the remaining work to be done
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 1190763904 on August 27, 2019, 07:26:26 pm

Agile and Scrum Process.........

Agile Process: Agile means light that means it is very easy to maintain. Agile process is used to Responding to changes and faster delivery. In Agile no comprehensive documentation is required. Using with Agile we can maintain interaction and collaboration with customers.
Main Values:
1) Individuals and Interactions over tools and processes
2) Working software over comprehensive documentation
3) Customer collaboration
4) Responding to change over following a plan
Principles of Agile Software:
 1) Satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of variable software
2) Welcome changing requirements, even late in development.
3) The Most effective and efficient method of conveying information
4) Agile process promote sustainable development
5) The best architectures, requirements and designs emerge from self-organizing teams.


Scrum Process: Scrum process used when project is falling behind the schedule. It is used to get the project on Fast Track and reach the specified project delivery time. Here Scrum master admin the Project with the help of scrum team, Technical team and BA’s, scrum master resolve issues and gets the allocated work done in sprints.



Scrum Team: Project resources are grouped as Scrum teams which comprises of BA’s, Developers and Testers.

Product Owner: He will decide what needs to be in the product and will be responsible for how the product has to be.

Scrum Master: He will monitor the performance of the team within the sprint. Team will raise all their issues to scrum master and he will run to look for answers.
Title: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 1190763904 on August 27, 2019, 07:30:45 pm

Is there any difference between Agile and Scrum?
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Post by: 1190538101 on October 04, 2019, 07:02:51 pm
What is Agile Manifesto ?
It explains about developing software in a better way, it follows principles mentioned below
Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
Working software over comprehensive documentation
Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
Responding to change over following a plan
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 1190538101 on October 04, 2019, 07:04:59 pm
An agile project needs a way to ensure that things are on track and that the team is following the agile method. Burndown charts are an easy and important way to do this.
The purpose of these chart is to show how much work the team has completed over time.
On the far right of the chart, there’s the finish date.
The team should complete the work and zero in on the final date.
The chart should burn down to the due date.
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Post by: 1191403409 on October 13, 2019, 07:31:17 pm
In agile velocity is the amount of work done during a sprint. In agile, velocity provides the distance your team travel to reach to the sprint objective
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Post by: 1191403409 on October 13, 2019, 07:33:18 pm
A burn down chart shows how much work is remaining to be done in the project, whereas a burn up shows how much work has been completed, and the total amount of work.
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Post by: 1191649002 on October 23, 2019, 04:35:51 pm
What is a Business Value ?
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Post by: 1192809009 on December 19, 2019, 01:43:07 pm
Q1. What are the various ceremonies conducted in Scrum methodology?
Q2. What is discussed in the daily scrum meeting?
Q3. What is covered during Sprint Retrospective?
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Post by: M Vinay Kumar on December 26, 2019, 03:51:09 pm
Some of Agile scrum Interview Questions are as follows
 
1.What are difference and similarities between Agile and Scrum?
2.What do you know about impediments in scrum and give some examples of impediments?
3.what is Scum ban?
4.What are Agile Quality Strategies?
5.What do you know about story points in scrum?
6.Define the term Daily Scrum, velocity, Burn-down charts,Burn-up charts,sprint,Increment,build-breaker?
7.Agile manifesto and its principles?
8.what is Spike and Zero-sprint?
9.Explain the term Scrum of Scrums?
10.In which cases Water Fall Method is Recommended over Scrum?
11.What type of testing methodologies is recommended by scrum and Why?
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Post by: 1200474101 on April 01, 2020, 09:01:11 pm
These are some of the questions that are frequently asked in interviews on agile-scrum.

1. What is Agile? Explain Agile
2. When to use Agile Model? Is it suitable in all situations?
3. State some major principles of agile.
4. What is Scrum? How is it different from waterfall model?
5. What is Scrum Sprint? What is the ideal duration for a Sprint?
6. What are the different roles involved in the Scrum Framework?
7. What is the role of a scrum master?
8. What are the responsibilities of a Scrum Master?
9. What is a story point in scrum? How do you calculate it?
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Post by: 1191364504 on April 07, 2020, 10:56:05 am
Velocity = Sum of complexity points  of any Sprint user stories.

Example.
 Sprint 1= 10 user stories
each user story complexity point is 10
 Then the sprint 1 velocity is= 10+10+10+10+10+10+10+10+10+10= 100.
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Post by: 1192091407 on June 05, 2020, 04:57:15 pm
In Agile, Velocity is the distance traveled by the team to reach the sprint objective.
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Post by: 1192091407 on June 05, 2020, 05:12:38 pm

Is there any difference between Agile and Scrum?

Agile - is a methodology (set of rules)
Scrum- is a model which follows the methodology.
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Post by: 1192091407 on June 05, 2020, 05:15:10 pm
how many principles are there in an agile software?

12 principles in Agile Software. Also called Agile manifesto.
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Post by: 1192091407 on June 05, 2020, 06:17:18 pm
How do you decide whether in a project waterfall model or scrum model to be followed?
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Post by: 1202988602 on June 06, 2020, 03:19:48 pm
velocity is the rate at which team progresses print by sprint
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Post by: 1202443710 on March 23, 2021, 12:25:30 pm
What is a Business Value ?
Business value is an informal term that includes all forms of value that determine the health and well-being of the firm in the long run. Although this definition makes the sensible point that something has business value when it positively impacts the longevity of an organization, it is still quite vague and broad.
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Post by: 1200160509 on May 06, 2021, 10:35:03 pm
Velocity in Agile is a simple calculation measuring units of work completed in a given timeframe. Units of work can be measured in several ways, including engineer hours, user stories, or story points.

For example, to track Agile velocity, most Scrum teams measure the number of user points in a given sprint. Once this is measured based on a few sprints, the team can then predict how many user points they should plan to complete per sprint. This ultimately reveals how many sprints it will take to complete a project, and helps the team to measure efficiency along the way.
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Post by: 1210895805 on October 01, 2021, 08:22:57 pm
1.   What is the duration of a scrum sprint?
Answer: Generally, the duration of a scrum sprint (scrum cycle) depends upon the size of project and team working on it. The team size may vary from 3-9 members. In general, a scrum script complete in 3-4 weeks. Thus, on an average, the duration of a scrum sprint (scrum cycle) is 4 weeks. This type of sprint-based agile scrum interview questions is very common in an agile or scrum master interview.
2. What is Velocity?
Answer: Velocity question is generally posed to understand if you have done some real work and familiar with the term. Its definition ?Velocity is the rate at which team progresses print by sprint? should be enough. You can also add saying the important feature of velocity that it can?t be compared to two different scrum teams.
3. What do you know about impediments in Scrum? Give some examples of impediments.
Answer: Impediments are the obstacles or issues faced by scrum team which slow down their speed of work. If something is trying to block the scrum team from their getting work ?Done? then it is an impediment. Impediments can come in any form. Some of the impediments are given as ?
?   Resource missing or sick team member
?   Technical, operational, organizational problems
?   Lack of management supportive system
?   Business problems
?   External issues such as weather, war etc
?   Lack of skill or knowledge
While answering impediments related agile scrum interview questions remember that you may be asked the way to remove any of the mentioned impediment.
4. What is the difference and similarity between Agile and Scrum?
Answer: Difference between Agile and Scrum ? Agile is a broad spectrum, it is a methodology used for project management while Scrum is just a form of the Agile that describes the process and its steps more concisely. Agile is a practice whereas scrum is a procedure to pursue this practice.
The similarity between Agile and Scrum ? The Agile involves completing projects in steps or incrementally. The Agile methodology is considered to be iterative in nature. Being a form of Agile, Scrum is same as that of the Agile. It is also incremental and iterative.
5. What is the increment? Explain.
Answer: This is one of the commonly asked agile scrum interview questions and a quick answer can be given this way. An increment is the total of all the product backlogs items completed during a sprint. Each increment includes all the previous sprint increment values as it is cumulative. It must be in the available mode in the subsequent release as it is a step to reach your goal
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Post by: 12121113406 on October 03, 2021, 09:15:54 pm
1. What is Scrum?
2. Define the roles in Scrum?
3. What are the responsibilities of the Scrum Team?
4. Differentiate Between Agile and Scrum.
5.lWhat are the Artifacts of the Scrum Process?
6. How are the Product and Sprint Backlog different from One Another?
7. Who is a Scrum Master? And what does he/she do?
8. What happens in Daily Stand-up sessions?
9. What is Scrum-ban?
10. What is Sprint 0 and Spike?
11. What is ?Scrum of Scrums??
12. What is User-Story Mapping?
13. What happens in a Sprint Retrospective?
14. What is Empirical Process Control in Scrum?
15. What are Some drawbacks to using Scrum?
16. What are the key skills of a Scrum Master?
17. How can discord be dealt with within the Scrum Team?
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Post by: 12117115307 on October 04, 2021, 11:27:02 am
Velocity in agile is a simple calculation of number of hours spent to complete a given work. This can be measured in engineer hours, story points and is generally tracked in a tool like jira.
Ex: In a sprint, if there are 3 user stories and each story equals to 4 story points and your team has completed only 1 user story, then the total story points will be equal to 4 story points.
In the same way lets consider another 2 sprints where story points are 10 and 6 respectively.
Here, the average sprint velocity will be (4+10+6)/3 =  6.5
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Post by: 12113169411 on January 09, 2022, 10:39:10 am
Velocity of Agile will be determined basing on the user stories done during the sprint meetings and the average work done during 2 to 3 sprints will be considered.
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 12121133308 on January 12, 2022, 11:42:39 am
What are the different types of scrum meetings?
The sprint planning meeting is held before the sprint begins, to define what will be delivered in the sprint.
The Scrum Daily Standup Meeting is held daily. This meeting is short, fifteen minutes or less. And each member of the team tells the rest of the team what they did since the last Scrum meeting, what they will do before the next Scrum meeting, and what is blocking them.
The Sprint Retrospective Meeting is held after the sprint, for the Scrum team to reflect and review on the last sprint to determine what went right and wrong, and initiate process improvement.
The Backlog Grooming Meeting is often held during the sprint to allow the team to review the top priority items in the product backlog.
The Sprint Review Meeting is held at the end of each sprint and time-boxed to four hours. In the meeting, the work the team completed in the sprint is demonstrated as a product increment – potentially shippable working software.
The Scrum of Scrums is for information about the team as a whole, not individual members. The members work on identified issues.
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Post by: 12131123807 on January 17, 2022, 10:23:55 am
Velocity in Agile is a simple calculation measuring units of work completed in a given timeframe. ... Once this is measured based on a few sprints, the team can then predict how many user points they should plan to complete per sprint.
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Post by: 12111163010 on January 19, 2022, 10:28:55 am
       1 What is the duration of a scrum sprint?
       2 What is Velocity?
       3 What are the principles of Agile software?
       4  What are four main values of Agile- Scrum?
       5 What is BA role in Agile- Scrum?
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Post by: 12125148309 on January 19, 2022, 11:54:49 am
 Differentiate Between Agile and Scrum.
How are the Product and Sprint Backlog different from One Another?
What is a Sprint?
What are Some drawbacks to using Scrum?
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Post by: 12125186412 on February 06, 2022, 03:54:19 pm
It can be used to track the status of a project.

It can be used to track volatility, which is a measure of predictability. If you are finding hills and valleys in your chart, the project is an unpredictable one. That can be for several reasons, including the size and difficulty of the project and team changes.

A velocity chart will also help you identify patterns in your team's velocity ? including on projects where there may not be story points, but instead, the team is working out bugs
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Post by: 12112104506 on February 09, 2022, 04:28:05 pm
Agile-Scrum Interview Questions

1. What is Agile-Scrum?
2. Did you follow the agile-Scrum methodology in your project?
3. What are the several light weight methodologies in Agile?
4. Give the example of Agile - Scrum?
5. Give Example of Diagram?
6. What is the template?
7. Any documents do you follow in Agile- Scrum?
8. What is your role in Agile-Scrum?
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 12128136508 on February 09, 2022, 11:44:39 pm
velocity is the unit of measurement of the amount of work a team tackles at any given time. it is usually measured in terms of hours, story points or user stories and is measured at the end of the sprints.
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 12125186612 on February 10, 2022, 10:32:27 pm
Some of Agile scrum Interview Questions are as follows
 
1.What are difference and similarities between Agile and Scrum?
2.What do you know about impediments in scrum and give some examples of impediments?
3.what is Scum ban?
4.What are Agile Quality Strategies?
5.What do you know about story points in scrum?
6.Define the term Daily Scrum, velocity, Burn-down charts,Burn-up charts,sprint,Increment,build-breaker?
7.Agile manifesto and its principles?
8.what is Spike and Zero-sprint?
9.Explain the term Scrum of Scrums?
10.In which cases Water Fall Method is Recommended over Scrum?
11.What type of testing methodologies is recommended by scrum and Why?
Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 12110119907 on February 17, 2022, 11:33:56 am
Agile-Scrum Interview Questions

1. What is Agile-Scrum?
2. Did you follow the agile-Scrum methodology in your project?
3. What are the several light weight methodologies in Agile?
4. Give the example of Agile - Scrum?
5. Give Example of Diagram?
6. What is the template?

Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 12102149910 on February 17, 2022, 01:14:46 pm
Explain Velocity in Agile?

It is a simple calculation for measuring the work done in the given hours.
It is measured in user stories, user points.
For example, to track Agile velocity, most Scrum teams measure the number of user points in a given sprint. Once this is measured based on a few sprints, the team can then predict how many user points they should plan to complete per sprint.
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Post by: 12102149610 on February 19, 2022, 05:55:54 pm
1. What is the duration of a scrum sprint?
2. What do you know about impediments in Scrum? Give some examples of impediments.
3. What is the difference and similarity between Agile and Scrum?
4.What is the increment? Explain.
5. What do you understand by Daily Stand-Up?
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Post by: 12217204101 on February 22, 2022, 03:18:44 pm
In agile Velocity help you to understand how long it will take your team to finish the whole backlog. In general, it takes few sprint to get to know the team velocity. I average the amount of user story completed by your team in for e.g past three sprint take the average of it is your team velocity.
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Post by: 12215200701 on February 28, 2022, 03:04:41 pm
Velocity is the sum of the estimates of delivered  per iteration.
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Post by: 12112104906 on March 02, 2022, 09:07:17 pm
Points from partially-completed or incomplete stories should not be counted in calculating velocity. Velocity should be tracked throughout the Sprint on the Sprint Burndown Chart and be made visible to all Team members. The slides below give a nice overview of how metrics are made visible.
Velocity is a key feedback mechanism for the Team. It helps them measure whether process changes they make are improving their productivity or hurting it. While a Team's velocity will oscillate from Sprint to Sprint, over time, a well-functioning Scrum Team's velocity should steadily trend upward by roughly 10% each Sprint.
Without Velocity, Release Planning is impossible. By knowing Velocity, a Product Owner can figure out how many Sprints it will take the Team to achieve a desired level of functionality that can then be shipped. Depending on the length of the Sprint, the Product owner can fix a date for the release.
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Post by: 12123162110 on March 07, 2022, 07:32:47 pm
Velocity is a measure of the amount of work a Team can tackle during a single Sprint and is the key metric in Scrum. Velocity is calculated at the end of the Sprint by totaling the Complexity Points for all fully completed User Stories in the sprint.
Without Velocity, Release Planning is impossible. By knowing Velocity, a Product Owner can figure out how many Sprints it will take the Team to achieve the desired level of functionality that can then be shipped.
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Post by: 12107170810 on March 21, 2022, 06:27:28 pm
Connected to the principle of iterative development, velocity in Agile is used to measure how much work can be completed in each iteration. It is widely used as a calibration tool to help development teams create accurate and efficient timelines.
Velocity in Agile is not meant to be used as a goal or benchmark to strive for because it is measured relatively depending on what makes the most sense for the team measuring it. While maintaining consistency is ideal, Agile velocity is meant to be used mainly as a planning tool.
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Post by: 12118184212 on March 24, 2022, 04:32:06 pm
Velocity is how much work of the product backlogs a team can handle in one sprint.

Points should be considered:
Team size
Project complexity.
Interruptions and multitasking of team resource.
Sprint duration.
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Post by: 12203215802 on April 01, 2022, 02:49:56 pm
Velocity in Agile is a simple calculation measuring units of work completed in a given timeframe. Units of work can be measured in several ways, including engineer hours, user stories, or story points.
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Post by: 12127156209 on April 04, 2022, 12:43:54 pm
What's the difference between sprint backlog and product backlog?

Sprint Backlog: It is generally owned by the development team. It only contains those features and requirements that are related to the specific sprint only. It is considered a subset of the product backlog. It is compiled of everything that must be done to complete a particular sprint. It only includes items that can be completed during each agile sprint. It is specific to the sprint goal only in a particular sprint.
Product Backlog: It is generally owned and maintained by the project owner. It usually contains each and every feature of the product as well as the requirements of the product. It is compiled to everything that must be done to complete the whole process. It just breaks down every item into a series of steps. It is more specific to the end goal of the product.
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Post by: 12228280305 on July 26, 2022, 01:37:56 pm
Velocity is a measure of the amount of work a Team can tackle during a single Sprint. Velocity is calculated at the end of the Sprint by totalling the Points for all fully completed User Stories.
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Post by: 12221267604 on August 03, 2022, 10:28:22 am
What is product burn down chart?
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Post by: 12212216902 on August 03, 2022, 03:01:04 pm
1. What is the duration of a scrum sprint?
Answer: Generally, the duration of a scrum sprint (scrum cycle) depends upon the size of project and team working on it. The team size may vary from 3-9 members. In general, a scrum script complete in 3-4 weeks. Thus, on an average, the duration of a scrum sprint (scrum cycle) is 4 weeks. This type of sprint-based Agile scrum interview questions is very common in an agile or scrum master interview.

2. What is Velocity?
Answer: Velocity question is generally posed to understand if you have done some real work and familiar with the term. Its definition ?Velocity is the rate at which team progresses print by sprint? should be enough. You can also add saying the important feature of velocity that it can?t be compared to two different scrum teams.

3. What do you know about impediments in Scrum? Give some examples of impediments.
Answer: Impediments are the obstacles or issues faced by scrum team which slow down their speed of work. If something is trying to block the scrum team from their getting work ?Done? then it is an impediment. Impediments can come in any form. Some of the impediments are given as ?

Resource missing or sick team member
Technical, operational, organizational problems
Lack of management supportive system
Business problems
External issues such as weather, war etc
Lack of skill or knowledge
While answering impediments related agile scrum interview questions remember that you may be asked the way to remove any of the mentioned impediment.

4. What is the difference and similarity between Agile and Scrum?
Answer: Difference between Agile and Scrum ? Agile is a broad spectrum, it is a methodology used for project management while Scrum is just a form of the Agile that describes the process and its steps more concisely. Agile is a practice whereas scrum is a procedure to pursue this practice.

The similarity between Agile and Scrum ? The Agile involves completing projects in steps or incrementally. The Agile methodology is considered to be iterative in nature. Being a form of Agile, Scrum is same as that of the Agile. It is also incremental and iterative.

5. What is the increment? Explain.
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Answer: This is one of the commonly asked agile scrum interview questions and a quick answer can be given this way. An increment is the total of all the product backlogs items completed during a sprint. Each increment includes all the previous sprint increment values as it is cumulative. It must be in the available mode in the subsequent release as it is a step to reach your goal.

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Post by: 12212216902 on August 03, 2022, 03:20:06 pm
What is the duration of a scrum sprint? ...
What is Velocity? ...
What do you understand by Daily Stand-Up?
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Post by: 12212216902 on August 03, 2022, 03:20:35 pm
What do you know about impediments in Scrum?
What is the difference and similarity between Agile and Scrum?
What is the increment?
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Post by: 12202253104 on August 06, 2022, 01:56:29 pm
How do you calculate the time required to complete the project ? And as a BA what should be your and your team's timeline?
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Post by: 12221265904 on September 12, 2022, 03:40:05 pm
1. What is Scrum?
2.Define the roles in Scrum?
3. What are the responsibilities of the Scrum Team?
4. Differentiate Between Agile and Scrum.
5. What are the Artifacts of the Scrum Process?
6. How are the Product and Sprint Backlog different from One Another?
7. Who is a Scrum Master? And what does he/she do?
8. What happens in Daily Stand-up sessions?
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Post by: 12221275205 on September 15, 2022, 03:54:45 pm
elocity is a metric that is used to determine the amount of work that can be successfully completed by a team during a sprint. The team would add up the effort estimation associated with every user story that was completed within the said sprint and come up with a total, this total is the velocity. This would serve as an accurate estimation technique to determine the time that would take for the project to be completed.
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Post by: 12116197312 on September 16, 2022, 12:31:37 pm
What is velocity ?
Answer-Velocity in Agile refers to the estimated effort associated with work items that a team can complete in a given timeframe. It?s an important metric in Agile, and teams use it to measure the amount of work that teams can deliver in a single iteration.

Agile velocity is widely known from the Scrum process, where developers break down their work into user stories. Usually, to determine whether one user story will fit a single sprint/iteration, they measure its necessary effort in story points. Therefore, the number of story points that a team can deliver in an iteration forms their velocity for that development cycle.
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Post by: 12116197312 on September 16, 2022, 01:49:54 pm
What is sprint burndown chart?
The Sprint Burndown Chart makes the work of the Team visible. It is a graphic representation that shows the rate at which work is completed and how much work remains to be done. The chart slopes downward over Sprint duration and across Story Points completed. What makes the chart an effective reporting tool is that it shows Team progress towards the Sprint Goal, not in terms of time spent but in terms of how much work remains.
If the burndown line is not tracking downwards by mid-Sprint, the team needs to quickly implement the Emergency Procedure pattern.
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Post by: 12227345606 on September 16, 2022, 11:24:59 pm
What is Velocity?
Velocity we can explain average time taken by scrum developer to develop the sprint in one project.
What is product burn down chart and sprint burn down chart?
Product Burn down chart is total time taken to develop the product and sprint burn down chart is total time taken to development of sprint and what is remaining to develop is known as sprint burn down chart.

Title: Re: Agile-Scrum Interview Questions
Post by: 12226232702 on September 19, 2022, 04:44:42 pm
Velocity is the sum of the estimates of delivered  per iteration.
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Post by: 12226232702 on September 19, 2022, 04:45:16 pm
Agile-Scrum Interview Questions

1. What is Agile-Scrum?
2. Did you follow the agile-Scrum methodology in your project?
3. What are the several light weight methodologies in Agile?
4. Give the example of Agile - Scrum?
5. Give Example of Diagram?
6. What is the template?
7. Any documents do you follow in Agile- Scrum?
8. What is your role in Agile-Scrum?
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Post by: 12217204701 on September 20, 2022, 08:06:20 am
Velocity is a metric that is calculated by addition of all efforts estimates associated with user stories
completed in one iteration. It predicts how much work Agile can complete in a sprint and how much
time will it require to complete a project.
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Post by: 12221242902 on September 20, 2022, 07:56:28 pm
1. What is the duration of a scrum sprint?
2. What is Velocity?
3. What do you know about impediments in Scrum? Give some examples of impediments.
4. What is the difference and similarity between Agile and Scrum?
5. What is the increment? Explain.
6. What is the ?build-breaker??
7. What do you understand by Daily Stand-Up?
8. What do you know about the Scrum ban?
9. State some of the Agile quality strategies.
10. Do you know about Agile Manifesto & its Principles? Explain in brief.
11. Is there any drawback of the Agile model? If yes, explain.
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Post by: 12214261904 on September 21, 2022, 03:57:43 pm
Velocity is the total effort estimates associated with user stories that were completed during an iteration.
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Post by: 12202326007 on September 23, 2022, 09:06:03 pm
Velocity in Agile is a simple calculation measuring units of work completed in a given timeframe. Units of work can be measured in several ways, including engineer hours, user stories, or story points. The same applies to timeframe; it's typically measured in iterations, sprints, or weeks.
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Post by: 12224219801 on September 24, 2022, 01:11:39 pm
Agile velocity is a simple calculation that measures units of work completed in a given timeframe. Units of work can be measured in many ways, such as engineering hours, user stories, story points, etc.

The same applies to timeframes. Usually measured in iterations, sprints, or weeks. However, if you decide to measure speed, you should continue to do so.

For example, to track Agile Velocity, most Scrum teams measure the number of user points in a given sprint. Once this is measured over a few sprints, the team can predict how many user points they need to complete per sprint. This ultimately shows how many sprints are required to complete the project and helps the team measure efficiency along the way.