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Q31. Your team uses a single team project for all development. You use the Microsoft Visual Scrum 2.0 process template to manage the software development process. 

You have an external client help desk application that issues ticket numbers associated with each client support call. 

You need to be able to query TFS and report on help desk ticket numbers from within bug work items. 

What should you do? 

A. Use the process template editor to modify the process template definition of the bug work item to include a new field. 

B. Update the work item ID to match the help desk ticket ID. 

C. Use the process template editor to modify the definition of the bug work item in use on the team project to include a new field. 

D. Instruct the team to record the TFS bug work item IDs associated with any given help desk ticket in the help desk system. 

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Q32. DRAG DROP 

You are developing a web application. Currently, the test team tests the website on a Hyper-V virtual machine (VM) named WebTest. The majority of the test cases explicitly reference WebTest. 

The test team wants to divide into two independent teams to speed testing, and has indicated that they will likely create a third test teamsoon. 

You need to define a strategy that provides separate test environments for each team with as little impact on the tests as possible. 

What should you do? (To answer, move the three appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.) 

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Q33. You manage a highly complex project by using Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 for application lifecycle management (ALM). 

The project has the following characteristics: 

The development team is multi-disciplined, executes all work that is required, and has a high degree of autonomy. 

A key stakeholder acts as product owner to create, prioritize, and manage dynamic product requirements. 

You plan and complete requirements in three week cycles. 

. You do not need to keep track of an audit trail. 

You need to select a development process. 

What are two possible development processes you could select to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.) 

A. MSF for CMMI Process Improvement 6.0 

B. Microsoft Waterfall 6.0 

C. Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 2.0 

D. Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) Process Template 

E. Microsoft Kanban 1.0 

Answer: CE 

Explanation: You can choose based on the following considerations: 

Choose Visual Studio Scrum 2.0 or later version if your team uses Scrum, manages bugs along with product backlog items during sprint planning, and wants work items and processes designed to support Scrum. 

Choose MSF for Agile Software Development 6.0 or later version if your team uses Agile methods, and you resolve work items before closing them. 

Choose MSF for CMMI Process Improvement 6.0 or later version if your team requires a rigorous audit trail, and follows a formal process for change management. 

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/ms400752.aspx 

The SDL has been shown to reduce the number of vulnerabilities in shipping software by more than 50 percent. However, from an Agile viewpoint, the SDL is heavyweight because it was designed primarily to help secure very large products, such as Windows and Microsoft Office, both of which have long development cycles. 

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ee790621.aspx 


Q34. Your development team uses the Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 2.0 process template. You are the product owner. 

Your product backlog includes a number of items that appear to have equal priority. However, the items have differing business value, complexity, and risk. 

You need to order the backlog based on risk, complexity, and business value. 

What should you do? 

A. Work on items with the highest ratio of business value to effort first. 

B. Work on items that have the highest effort first. 

C. Work on items that have the lowest effort first. 

D. Assign a risk factor to each product backlog item and work on items with the highest risk factor first. 

E. Work on items that have the highest business value first. 

Answer:

Explanation: The Product Backlog should be ordered by the Product Owner to maximize the value of the software being developed. He or she will know what features and bug fixes need to be developed before others. Release planning depends on the backlog being correctly ordered. The order can be based on many factors: business value, risk, priority, technical value, learning value, or necessity. Items at a higher order are clearer and more detailed than lower-ordered ones. Effort estimates are more accurate on these items as well. In fact, the higher the order, the more a PBI or bug has been considered, and the consensus is greater regarding it, its value, and its cost. 

Professional Scrum Development with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 p.156 


Q35. You are part of a scrum team that needs to identify user stories to complete in the next sprint. 

What should the scrum master do? 

A. Have the product owner decide which user stories to complete within the sprint. 

B. Order the user stories by their story points. Select the top stories based on the team's velocity. 

C. Have the team decide which user stories to complete within the sprint. 

D. The scrum master should decide which user stories to complete within the sprint. 

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Q36. 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:

Explanation: If a change request does not receive the attention that it requires, escalate the matter by creating an issue work item. Link the new issue to the change request, and escalate the issue to get the change request impact assessment on track. 

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee461569.aspx 


Q37. You are developing an n-tier application. An architect has provided a layer diagram as shown in the exhibit image. (Click the Exhibit button.) 

Your code is built as part of an automated team build. 

A class in the data access layer is changed to utilize a utility class that resides in the business logic layer. 

You need to ensure that the code and layer diagram are valid in a manner that follows good architectural and object oriented practices. 

What should you do? 

A. Create a new cross-cutting layer and refactor the utility class into the new layer, allowing the new layer to reference both the data access layer and the business logic layer. 

B. Leave the layers the same and duplicate the utility class in both the data access layer and the business logic layer. 

C. Create a new cross-cutting layer and refactor the utility class into the new layer, allowing the data access layer and business logic layer to have one-way dependencies to the new layer. 

D. Change the dependency between the data access layer and the business logic layer to be bi-directional. 

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Q38. Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. Your development team is using the Microsoft Framework (MSF) for Agile Software Development 6.0 process template. You have a number of user stories logged in TFS 2012. 

Several user stories have external dependencies on an application programming interface (API) that is being developed by a third party. The interfaces for the API have already been agreed upon. 

You need to recommend how these external dependencies should be handled in your current sprint. 

What should you do? 

A. Add a resource to represent the third party and assign all the user stories that have dependencies on the API to this new resource. 

B. Add an agreed upon amount of effort to every user story that has dependencies on the API. 

C. Move all user stories that have dependencies on the API to the next sprint. 

D. Create mockups of the API using the agreed upon interfaces. Add user stories for integration testing to the backlog. 

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Q39. You are a scrum master. 

You are planning a large product development project that will involve more than 15 team members. You want to divide the team members into multiple scrum teams. 

You need to ensure that the new teams minimize collisions and maximize release flexibility. 

What should you do? 

A. Create teams that will target different features. 

B. Create teams based on team members’ positions. 

C. Create teams based on technology type. 

D. Create teams by team members’ experience with the Scrum process framework. 

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Q40. Your development team uses Scrum as its process framework and utilizes the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for Agile Software Development 6.0 process template. 

Your product owner requests making an internal system public. The request is top priority for the next sprint. 

You need to determine if the team can commit to the request for the next sprint. What should you do? 

A. . Create user story work items for the request. 

. Provide story point estimates for each user story. 

B. . Create user story work items for the request. 

. Record hour estimates in each user story. 

C. . Create user story work items for the request. 

. Create child task work items for each unit of work. 

. Record hour estimates in each task. 

D. . Create product backlog item work items for the request. 

. Create linked task work items for each unit of work. 

. Provide hour estimates for each task. 

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