Scrum is a method for solving multiple adaptive problems in a creative and productive way. It also provides high-value solutions. It is used primarily in product development strategy. We will be discussing the most common questions asked in a Scrum Master interview.
Question 1. Question 1. What is the difference between Agile testing (development) and other testing (development).
Answer: The testers and developers assure that the entire testing process (development) is broken down into as many small steps as possible, with only one unit of code produced in each step. The Agile testing results have shown that the testers (developers) regularly communicate the results to their team and adjust the short-term strategy or even the development plan based on them. Agile allows for flexibility and quick modifications, which results in better results.
Question 2. Question 2.
Answer: The main distinctions can be found here:
AgileScrum * It’s a collection of principles that is incremental and iterative in character* It is suitable for projects that require a small team of professionals* The Project Manager oversees all work, and is crucial to the success of the project* There is no one in control. The Scrum Master and team deal with issues* There are no regular changes* Teams can react quickly to changes* Regular distribution to end-users is necessary* Sprints deliver usable versions to users for feedback
Question 3. Question 3.
Answer: There are three main procedures in Scrum:
Planning Meeting: The Scrum Team, along with the Scrum Master (and Product Owner), meet to discuss all items in the Product Backlog that can potentially be worked on during the sprint. Once a topic has been evaluated and is well-known by the team it is added to their Sprint Backlog.
Review Meeting: This is where the Scrum Team presents their work to customers.
Sprint Retrospective Meeting: The ScrumMaster, Scrum Team, and Product Owner gather to reflect on the sprint.
Question 4. Question 4.
Answer: There are many roles in Scrum.
Product Owner: The Product owner is responsible for enhancing the ROI by choosing product features, prioritizing them into a list, identifying the needs of the future Sprint, etc. These are often re-prioritized or changed.
Scrum Master: This person helps the team learn how to use Scrum in order to maximize business value. The Scrum Master helps remove obstacles, distract the team, and encourages them to adopt Agile principles.
Scrum Team: This is a group of people that work together to ensure that clients’ needs are met.
Question 5. Question 5.
Product BacklogSprint backlog* It is a list that must be completed in order to develop the product. The Product Owner collects this backlog from the customer. The team then establishes the Sprint schedule. It has an end goal* The backlog is maintained until the project is complete by the Product Owner. The backlog is created by the team for each SprintQuestion 6. What is a Scrum Master? What do they do?
Answer: A Scrum Master supports the team’s use Scrum.
They are familiarized with Scrum’s principles, processes, principles, values, and theory
They ensure that the Scrum principles, principles, and practices are adhered to by the team.
They remove all distractions and obstructions from the proj