Exam Code: 70-498
Exam Name: Delivering Continuous Value with Visual Studio 2012 Application Lifecycle
Questions: 50 Q&As
Updated: 2019-01-28
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Define an effective end-to-end Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) (17%)

  • Understand the value of an end-to-end view of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools and practices

    • Understanding that an observable problem may be indicative of a more general process issue; explaining the difference between optimizing a piece of the ALM process such as manual testing and optimizing the entire ALM process

  • Explain the benefits of fast feedback

    • Explaining the importance of fast feedback related to communicating requirements; explaining the benefits of end customer feedback to early software iterations

  • Implement strategies to reduce end-to-end cycle time

    • Identifying bottlenecks in the delivery process; identifying metrics that highlight bottlenecks; creating potential solutions whose effectiveness can be validated; understanding the relationship between work in process (WIP) and cycle time

  • Implement strategies to improve software quality

    • Identifying process steps that introduce defects; understanding the end-to-end quality process; bringing quality efforts early in the development cycle

  • Implement strategies to reduce waste

    • Identifying wasteful activities; creating strategies to eliminate waste; measuring the effectiveness of waste removal activities

  • Create a process improvement plan

    • Creating strategies for implementing organizational change; identifying key metrics to be tracked during the improvement effort; creating consensus for the change

Define the ALM process (16%)

  • Role of different ALM processes

    • Understanding the cost and benefits of the key ALM processes including Agile, Scrum, waterfall, and Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)

  • Implement a Scrum/Agile process

    • Establishing self-organizing teams; holding a Scrum/Agile planning meeting; holding daily Scrums/stand-up meetings; holding retrospective meetings; holding Scrum review meetings

  • Define a Scrum/Agile process for a team

    • Establishing criteria on when to cancel a sprint/iteration; establishing tooling and process for Scrum/Agile artifacts; establishing the Scrum definition of "done"; determining sprint/iteration length; determining how to handle backlog items/user stories not completed in a sprint/iteration; determining how to monitor sprint/iteration progress

  • Implement Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) for CMMI process improvement

    • Establishing project drivers (scope-driven, date-driven); assigning product requirements to iterations; managing changes; managing issues

Define a software iteration (16%)

  • Plan a release

    • Identifying a flexibility matrix; identifying releases based on priority items in flexibility matrix and release criteria; resource planning (Scrum team is responsible for allocating team members); identifying techniques to optimize a team that is geographically distributed; selecting a project methodology; risk management

  • Define a project-tracking process

    • Identifying a project tracking tool and an associated process (triage process, bug management); defining how to manage effort; determining team forecast management; defining a prioritization scheme; determining how to validate project health

  • Scope a project

    • Scoping the effort for a release; defining an architecture design process; defining scope boundaries (is/is not list); determining the definition of “done”; defining a process when effort estimates are significantly inaccurate

Define end value for the software iteration (17%)

  • Elicit requirements

    • Defining project requirements; reviewing and clarifying requirements; defining acceptance criteria; defining UI platform requirements (Web, mobile); assigning a business value

  • Estimate requirements

    • Managing and assigning effort estimates (assigning story points); resizing user requirements into smaller, manageable pieces; executing task breakdown; estimating the requirements baseline

  • Document requirements

    • Defining acceptance criteria; listing requirements; adding requirement details; designing UI storyboards

  • Prioritize requirements

    • Identifying requirements that are critical path; identifying must-have requirements; enabling the entire team (including customers) to participate in requirements prioritization; identifying dependencies

Develop customer value with high quality (17%)

  • Define code quality indicators

    • Performing code review, including security and performance analysis; analyzing code for common defects; calculating code coverage; performing architecture validation

  • Incorporate unit testing

    • Establishing unit test standards; developing a strategy for adding unit tests to existing applications; selecting the unit test type; establishing the code coverage target

  • Develop code

    • Developing maintainable code; defining coding standards; defining application architecture; defining configuration management process and tooling (source control tree, branching strategy, solution structure, source control/check-in policy)

  • Validate quality

    • Organizing test artifacts such as test cases, suites, plans, and requirements; defining test strategy; managing test execution; identifying test types and associated tools; identifying and configuring environments; analyzing test runs

  • Customize a team project

    • Customizing a work item; customizing work item queries; customizing Team Portal; identifying areas and iterations; managing roles and associated permissions

Integrate development and operations (17%)

  • Implement an automated deployment process

    • Architecting an automated build and deploy workflow; integrating automated tests; automating deployment into both test and production environments

  • Implement pre-production environments

    • Automating the creation of virtual test lab environments; automating deployment into virtual test environments

  • Manage feedback between development and operations

    • Implementing tools to simplify communication; identifying, measuring, and reporting key analytics and performance indicators such as cycle time and mean time to repair (MTTR); creating appropriate shared artifacts and process to facilitate communication; standardizing required artifacts for defect reports; creating strategies for test case reuse (both automated and manual) in production

  • Troubleshoot production issues

    • Gathering defect data from bugs in a production setting; providing actionable data to the development team; monitoring applications running in production for potential issues; managing incident response times collaboratively between development and operations

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