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Agile cheat sheet

1. Moores laws for hardware


2. SAFe 4.0 harnesses the power of agile and lean, and applies to the needs
of large development enterprises.
3. Core values:
a. Built-In Quality
b. Program execution
c. Alignment
d. Transparency
4. Uses a team framework that combines the best of Scrum project
management, XP-inspired technical practices, and Kanban for flow
5. Agile business results:
a. Engagement
b. Time to market
c. Quality
d. Productivity
6. SAFe values:
a. Respect for people and culture
b. Flow
c. Innovation
d. Relentless improvement
7. Agile Manifesto
a. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
b. Working software over comprehensive documentation
c. Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
d. Responding to change over following a plan
8. Total 4 levels:
a. Agile team:
i. Delivers value via user stories
ii. Empowered, self-organizing, self-managing, cross-functional
team
iii. Product owners, scrum masters
iv. 3 roles, 4 meetings
v. Roles: Agile team, Scrum master, Product owner
vi. Meetings: Stand up, iteration planning, team demo,
retrospective
b. Team-of-Agile-Teams
i. Self-organizing, self-managing
ii. Value delivery via Features and benefits
iii. Release train engineer, System architect, Product
management
iv. Operates with Vision, architecture, and UX guidance
c. Large value streams
i. Coordinates development of large Solutions
ii. Synchronizes multiple ART Value Streams
iii. Integrates Suppliers as partners
iv. Delivers value via Capabilities
v. Value stream engineer, Solution Management, Solution
Architect/engineer
d. Agile Portfolio
i. Organized around the flow of value

ii. Delivers value via Epics


iii. Epic owners, Program portfolio management,, Enterprise
architect
9. Values
a. EPIC Portfolio backlog
b. Capability Value stream backlog
c. Feature Program backlog
d. User story team backlog
10.INVEST : Independent, Negotiable, Valuable, Estimable, Small, Testable
11.Working software is the primary measure of progress.
12.Waterfall is plan driven, Agile is value and quality driven
13.5 variables that impact development economics
a. Cycle time
b. Cost
c. Development expense
d. Value
e. Risk
14.As per systems thinking, customers and suppliers are part of your value
stream
15.PDCA Plan, do, Check, adjust
16.Littles law , Avg. wait time = Average queue length / Average processing
time
17.BVIR Big visible Information radiator
18.Decision making
a. Centralize decisions that:
i. Are infrequent, long lasting, and have significant economies
of scale
b. Decentralize all others:
i. Frequent decisions
ii. Time-critical decisions
iii. Decisions that require local information
19.Program Increment PI default time box 10 weeks
20.3 types of enabler stories
a. Infrastructure
b. Architecture
c. Exploration
21.Story point is a singular number that represents volume, complexity,
knowledge, uncertainity
22.WIP Limits
a. Analyze 5
b. Ready 4-7
c. Develop and test 3
23.Software quality practices (most inspired by XP) include Continuous
Integration, Test-First, refactoring, pair work, collective ownership, and
more
24.Hardware quality is supported by exploratory, early Iterations; frequent
system-level integration; design verification; MBSE; and Set-Based Design
25.Refactor for
a. Maintainability
b. Simplicity
c. Future value
d. Clarity

26.The backlog refinement session helps to sleep on new stories prior to


iteration planning
27.Definition of done 4th PPT
28.SMART Specific , Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound
29.Program risks must be ROAMed Resolved, Owned, Accepted, Mitigated
30.ART Sync Scrum of scrums, PO Sync