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Delivering Continuous Value with Visual Studio 2012 Application Lifecycle Management

Question No: 31

You are the product owner for a new application. You have the list of product backlog items (PBIs) with assigned business values for the first release of the application. You will be working with an established scrum master and development team. You know the team’s capacity and the planned sprint duration.

You need to plan the release schedule based on your existing backlog.

Which three actions should you and the team perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.)

  1. Ask the development team to decompose the PBIs into individual tasks and estimate hours.

  2. Ask the development team to provide high level estimates to complete each PBI.

  3. Assign the PBIs to different sprints to define the release.

  4. Use the TFS 2012 task board features.

  5. Schedule the release using the Iteration Planning workbook.

  6. Order the product backlog by business value.

Answer: B,C,D

Question No: 32

Your scrum team develops features for new applications and performs maintenance on legacy applications. The newer applications have unit tests, but there are very few tests for the legacy code.

Recently, bugs in the legacy code have been consuming resources that could be used for more important development.

You need to define an approach for building tests on the legacy code. You need to achieve this goal without affecting the team’s delivery cadence on the new applications.

What should you do?

  1. Write tests for legacy code between sprints.

  2. Implement manual testing for bug fixes to legacy code.

  3. Stop new development and write tests for most of the legacy code.

  4. Continue development on the new applications, but write tests for any legacy code you work on as part of maintenance.

Answer: D

Question No: 33

You manage a development team for a group of stakeholders that are physically remote from your development center. Stakeholders have blocked out dates and times on their schedules for your team.

The stakeholders are concerned that several of the project requirements will not meet their needs due to changing market conditions.

You need to ensure that the following requirements are met:

  • Your team is doing effective and efficient work.

  • The work is meeting the needs of the business.

  • The project’s timeline is not at risk.

Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

  1. Institute a policy of sign-offs for each requirement and design document.

  2. Develop a series of iterative proofs of concept that reflect a partial delivery of requirements and get feedback from the product owner.

  3. Instruct the team to create a comprehensive set of design documents for each layer of the system. Schedule a review with the stakeholders to get their feedback.

  4. Add a primary stakeholder to your team as the product owner.

Answer: B,D

Question No: 34

You develop a solution that contains an ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC) application. You have a continuous integration build named CodeBuild which compiles the application. Your information technology (IT) department provides you with a virtual machine (VM) for testing purposes. The VM has Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.5 installed and configured.

Currently, developers publish to the VM directly from Visual Studio when the test team requests a deployment. The current release process is unreliable and burdensome to the development team.

You need to create an efficient and flexible method to automate the deployment of the website when requested by the test team.

What should you do?

A.

  • Create a Powershell script that copies the website from the build drop folder to the test VM.

  • Check in the script to TFS.

  • Add an activity to the CodeBuild workflow that invokes the PowerShell script.

    B.

  • Create a standard environment using the test VM.

  • Create a lab workflow named DeployBuild and select CodeBuild as the source build.

  • Configure a deployment command to copy the website from the build drop folder to the IIS web directory.

  • Instruct the test team to invoke the DeployBuild when they request a new release.

    C.

  • Customize the CodeBuild workflow to copy the website from the build drop folder to the IIS web directory on the test VM.

  • Instruct the test team to invoke the CodeBuild when they wish to test.

    D.

  • Make the IIS Web Directory on the test VM a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) file share.

  • Modify the CodeBuild, setting this share as the drop folder for the build.

  • Instruct the test team to invoke the CodeBuild when they wish to test.

    Answer: B

    Question No: 35

    Your development team reports that the operations team is not providing sufficient information for the development team to efficiently diagnose problems in production.

    You need to identify standard data that the operations team should provide when they submit requests to the development team.

    Which two standard artifacts should you include? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

    1. Test impact analysis.

    2. Event log information.

    3. IntelliTrace configuration file.

    4. Performance monitor configuration file.

    5. Name of the application, server(s), and issue description.

    Answer: C,D

    Question No: 36

    You are using the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for Capability Maturity Model

    Integration (CMMI) Process Improvement 6.0 process template.

    A stakeholder has requested a change, but the change request has not received the attention that it requires.

    You need to escalate the change request. What should you do?

    A.

  • Create an impediment work item.

  • Link the new impediment to the change request.

  • Escalate the impediment to get the change request on track.

    B.

  • Create a bug work item.

  • Link the new bug to the change request.

  • Escalate the bug to get the change request on track.

    C.

  • Create an issue work item.

  • Link the new issue to the change request.

  • Escalate the issue to get the change request on track.

    D.

  • Create another change request work item.

  • Link the new change request to the change request.

  • Escalate the change request to get the change request on track.

    Answer: C

    Question No: 37

    Business analysts in your organization create large, extremely detailed requirements specifications.

    Some business analysts report that developers are not delivering according to specifications.

    You need to improve requirements management and delivery.

    Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

    1. Require the business analysts to give the developers summaries of each requirement instead of the detailed specification.

    2. Require the developers to prioritize requirements.

    3. Use Microsoft PowerPoint storyboarding to improve the understanding of requirements.

    4. Use the Feedback Manager tool to gather feedback from the business analysts regularly.

    Answer: C,D

    Question No: 38

    Your development team uses Scrum as its process framework.

    You need to identify key metrics for measuring the effectiveness of any process changes.

    Which three key metrics should you measure? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose three.)

    1. Number of story points delivered during the sprint

    2. Number of tasks added to the sprint after the sprint starts

    3. Number of bugs reported by testers

    4. Number of classes in the code-base

    5. Number of items added to the Product Backlog

    6. Number of manual test cases created

    Answer: A,B,C

    Question No: 39

    You design a system architecture that specifies various inter-layer communications. You need to ensure the validity of developers’ code against your architecture.

    Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

    1. Create a layer diagram and specify the valid namespaces for each layer.

    2. Create a gated check-in that runs a build that validates the rules defined in the layer diagram.

    3. Use the architecture explorer to create a DGML model of the architecture.

    4. Create a gated check-in that uses Code Analysis.

    5. Create a gated check-in that runs a build that validates the rules defined in the DGML model.

    Answer: A,B

    Question No: 40

    You are utilizing the Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 2.0 process template.

    You lead a development team that includes business analysts, developers, and testers.

    You need to capture requirements and acceptance criteria. You also need to ensure that requirements and criteria can be versioned and tracked against individual test cases.

    What should you do?

    1. Create a document that details the requirements and acceptance tests. Store the document in TFS source control.

    2. Create a document that details the requirements and acceptance tests. Store the document in the SharePoint site associated with the team project.

    3. Add product backlog item (PBI) work items.

    4. Create a spreadsheet that details the requirements and acceptance tests. Store the spreadsheet in TFS source control.

    Answer: C

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