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SAFe

Scaled Agile Framework

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Choose one: Which is not a part of the house of Lean: a) value b) respect for people c) longest lead time d) kaizen c) not longest lead time (Lean Thinking, slide 3)
Choose one: What is the goal of lean thinking? a) speed, value, product development flow b) speed, quality, value c) agility, speed, quality b) speed, quality, value (Lean Thinking, slide 4)
Choose all that apply: Which are a part of the Lean Thinking goal of Value? a) sustainably shortest lead time b) Best quality and value to society and people c) Most customer delight, lowest cost, high morale, safety d) all of the above d) all of the above (Lean thinking, slide 4)
Choose one: Which of the following is not true of the principle of Respect for People? a) Empower only managers b) Develop people and teams c) Build partnerships a) empower only managers (Lean Thinking, slide 5)
True/False: According to Respect for People, you should build partnerships based on trust and mutual respect True, you should build partnerships based on trust and mutual respect (Lean Thinking, slide 5)
Choose all that apply: According to Kaizen, we should become relentless in: a) reflection b) developing people c) creating the sustainably shortest lead time d) continuous improvement a,d) reflection and continuous improvement (Lean Thinking, slide 6)
True/False: Architecture in SAFe covers only the program and team levels? False, architecture in SAFe covers all three levels (Architecture, slide 3)
True/False: Architecture is the sole domain of the System Architects False, architecture is evolved collaboratively by the self-organizing team of teams. (Architecture, slide 4)
Select one: Which of the following is not true of architecture in SAFe? a) The system team creates the architecture b) Agile teams evolve the design c) UX, security, and data archs help guide the train a) the system team collaborates to enhance system testability (Architecture, slide 4)
Choose all that apply: Which of the following are principles of agile architecture a) Architecture emerges b) Implement design patterns c) They build it, they test it d) There is a monopoly on innovation e) All of the above a, c) architecture emerges; they build it, they test it (Architecture, slide 5)
Choose one: Which of the following is not a principle of agile architecture? a) When in doubt, code or model it out b) Build the simplest architecture that can work c) The bigger the system, the longer the runway d) All of the above are principles d) all of the above are principles: code or model it out, build the simplest architecture that can work, the bigger the system, the longer the runway (Architecture, slide 5)
True/False: Complexity of large software makes centralized decision-making highly inefficient True (Architecture, slide 6)
True/False: Design must be grown incrementally by the enterprise architect False, design must be grown by those who best know how to implement (Architecture, slide 6)
True/False: Architecture evolves hand-in-hand with business functionality and is tested only in the HIP sprint False: it does evolve hand-in-hand, but is testing continuously. (Architecture, slide 6)
True/False: Emergent design is enough to scale software? False, emergent design alone drives bad economics, and teams can't sync with each other
Choose all that apply: Which of the following is true of intentional architecture? a) Architecture consumes entire consecutive PSIs b) Communicates centralized decisions across program and teams c) Relies on feedback from agile teams b, c: communicates centralized decision making, relies on team feedback. Architecture assumes incremental implementation, rather than consuming whole PSIs. (Architecture, slide 8)
Choose one: Who does not collaborate on architecture? a) Portfolio management b) Enterprise Architect c) Product Management d) System Team e) all of the above e: portfolio management, enterprise architects, product managers, system architects, system team, and agile teams all collaborate on architecture (Architecture, Slide 10)
True/False: Agile teams, System Team, and Enterprise Architect collaborate to design the effective architectural solution? False: enterprise architects do not, but system architects do, because they are closer to the work. (Architecture, slide 11)
True/False: The bigger the system, the bigger the architectural runway True: The bigger the system, the bigger the runway. (Architecture, Slide 11)
True/False: Architectural Features do not fit into a PSI False: Architectural Features do fit into a PSI (Architecture, Slide 12)
Choose all that apply: Which meetings can architects attend: a) backlog refinement meetings b) sprint planning meetings c) demo meetings all of the listed: backlog refinement meetings, sprint planning meetings, demo meetings
Choose all that apply: Which of the following is true about spikes: a) They are useful b) We should reserve time for them during PSI Planning c) They fill out architectural features d) They are created create technical stories and refactors all of the listed: They are useful, we should reserve time for them during PSI Planning, they fill out architectural features,they are created create technical stories and refactors (Architecture, slide 14)
Where are buffers built into SAFE? stretch goals, HIP sprints
Which of the following things enable design simplicity? a) keep the model close to the domain b) follow design principles (open / close single responsibility) c) Continuous refactoring d) all of the above d) all of the above contribute to design simplicity
True / False: When something is too big to code it out, model it out True, when something is too big to code it out, model it out, (Architecture, slide 19)
Choose one: What's not a function of the Enterprise Architect? a) Breakdown architectural epics into user stories b) drive strategy and key initiatives c) facilitates Communication of business drivers and technical decisions a) it is not the role of the EA to breakdown into user stories, because the best solutions reside close to the team. (Architecture, slide 27)
what are the three parts of the I&A workshop? 1) psi demo, quantitative measurement, problem solving workshop
What Are the three types of leaders? 1) Expert, 2)Conductor, 3) Developer of People
What is INVEST? Independent, Negotiable, Valuable, Estimable, Small, Testable
What are SMART goals? specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time-bound
Core values of SAFE program execution, alignment, transparency, code quality
ROAM the risks resolved, owned, accepted, mitigated
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