You are the lead developer and architect of a development team that develops line of business (LOB) applications.
You need to define an architectural design process for the LOB applications.
Which three architectural goals and principles should you adopt? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose three.)
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 teams 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.)
You manage a development team that uses the Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 2.0 process template.
You establish a product backlog, allocate backlog items for a sprint, and define the tasks required to complete the sprint.
You need to ensure that the agreed upon work is assigned to team members.
Who should be responsible for assigning work to team members?
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?