Type
Crossword
Description

Things we do at the end of each sprint Retrospective
Each sprint starts with ..... (6,8) Sprintplanning
Agile metric reported during Sprint review (4,4,5) BurndownChart
Each Sprint team must have daily ......... Scrum
This man provides us continuous integration Jenkins
One of the key aspects of DevOps Automation
These prove excellent means of visibility to our Program management during sprint reviews Demos
These cause havoc during sprints popups
Individuals and interaction over something and tools. Processes
Valued over following a plan: responding to ... change
Valued over comprehensive documentation (7,8) Workingsoftware
Valued over contract negotiation: customer... collaboration
In 2001 industry thought leaders published the Agile... manifesto
Agile is an example of what type of project planning? Adaptive
Waterfall methodologies tend to …… change? resist
Agile methodologies represent a shift towards delivering something. Value
The opposite of wasteful development practices. lean
Working software is the primary measure of ... progress
Schedule and cost are fixed in Agile projects. What is indeterminate? scope
The V in MVP viable
What kind of shippable product increment does an MVP represent? potentially
Agile process which promotes short loops between customer and development team. feedback
One benefit of releasing regular product increments is decreased... uncertainty
Risk is ... probabilistic
What is a lightweight framework designed to help small, clos-knit teams of people develop complex products called? Scrum
Who is responsible for maximizing the return the business gets on this investment (ROI) and to record the requirements to make the right product? (7,5) ProductOwner
Who acts like a coach, guiding the team to ever higher levels of cohesiveness? (5,6) ScrumMaster
Who is self-organising and works to get things done quickly? (4,7) TeamMembers
what is the meeting that happens every couple of weeks to see progress and what is needed to improve called? Sprint
What is the minimum number of members for a scrum team to function properly? Five
What is the Maximum number of members that a scrum team can have to function properly? Nine
How many members should be in a scrum team to function efficiently? Seven
What is the meeting called where the scrum team plans out what they are going to accomplish during that day? (5,5) DailyScrum
Name of dance group to complete this phrase " _______________& Inclusion" Diversity
Please put them first Customer
The users experience UX
An Agile framework to store your cash SAFE
Our Customer Experience must be ................? Positive
Don't say NO to learning say ......... ? Yes
A time-boxed period at the heart of Scrum Sprint
Soundness of moral character & honesty Integrity
A prioritized list of user stories, showing both short- and long-term goals of a software development team. (7,7) ProductBacklog
A list of small specific tasks to be completed during the current sprint in the scrum method of software development. (6,4,4) SprintTaskList
Plain-language description of a user’s need for the software under development, usually phrased as “(who) wants to (do what within the software) so that they can (do what in real life)”. (4,7) UserStories
Variable Roles Describe why a variable is being used in a program.
Walker Variable Stores one item from a list at a time during iteration.
A method of software development that emphasizes completing each stage of the design process before beginning the next stage. (9,6) WaterfallDesign

The Agile Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Things we do at the end of each sprint Retrospective
Each sprint starts with ..... (6,8) Sprintplanning
Agile metric reported during Sprint review (4,4,5) BurndownChart
Each Sprint team must have daily ......... Scrum
This man provides us continuous integration Jenkins
One of the key aspects of DevOps Automation
These prove excellent means of visibility to our Program management during sprint reviews Demos
These cause havoc during sprints popups
Individuals and interaction over something and tools. Processes
Valued over following a plan: responding to ... change
Valued over comprehensive documentation (7,8) Workingsoftware
Valued over contract negotiation: customer... collaboration
In 2001 industry thought leaders published the Agile... manifesto
Agile is an example of what type of project planning? Adaptive
Waterfall methodologies tend to …… change? resist
Agile methodologies represent a shift towards delivering something. Value
The opposite of wasteful development practices. lean
Working software is the primary measure of ... progress
Schedule and cost are fixed in Agile projects. What is indeterminate? scope
The V in MVP viable
What kind of shippable product increment does an MVP represent? potentially
Agile process which promotes short loops between customer and development team. feedback
One benefit of releasing regular product increments is decreased... uncertainty
Risk is ... probabilistic
What is a lightweight framework designed to help small, clos-knit teams of people develop complex products called? Scrum
Who is responsible for maximizing the return the business gets on this investment (ROI) and to record the requirements to make the right product? (7,5) ProductOwner
Who acts like a coach, guiding the team to ever higher levels of cohesiveness? (5,6) ScrumMaster
Who is self-organising and works to get things done quickly? (4,7) TeamMembers
what is the meeting that happens every couple of weeks to see progress and what is needed to improve called? Sprint
What is the minimum number of members for a scrum team to function properly? Five
What is the Maximum number of members that a scrum team can have to function properly? Nine
How many members should be in a scrum team to function efficiently? Seven
What is the meeting called where the scrum team plans out what they are going to accomplish during that day? (5,5)cDailyScrum
Name of dance group to complete this phrase " _______________& Inclusion" Diversity
Please put them first Customer
The users experience UX
An Agile framework to store your cash SAFE
Our Customer Experience must be ................? Positive
Don't say NO to learning say ......... ? Yes
A time-boxed period at the heart of Scrum Sprint
Soundness of moral character & honesty Integrity
A prioritized list of user stories, showing both short- and long-term goals of a software development team. (7,7) ProductBacklog
A list of small specific tasks to be completed during the current sprint in the scrum method of software development. (6,4,4) SprintTaskList
Plain-language description of a user’s need for the software under development, usually phrased as “(who) wants to (do what within the software) so that they can (do what in real life)”. (4,7) UserStories
Variable Roles Describe why a variable is being used in a program.
Walker Variable Stores one item from a list at a time during iteration.
Things we do at the end of each sprint Retrospective

Agile Software Development Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Individuals and interaction over something and tools. Processes
Valued over following a plan: responding to ... change
Valued over comprehensive documentation Working software
Valued over contract negotiation: customer... collaboration
In 2001 industry thought leaders published the Agile... manifesto
Agile is an example of what type of project planning? Adaptive
Waterfall methodologies tend to do what with change? resist
Agile methodologies represent a shift towards delivering something. Value
The opposite of wasteful development practices. lean
Working software is the primary measure of ... progress
Schedule and cost are fixed in Agile projects. What is indeterminate? scope
The V in MVP viable
What kind of shippable product increment does an MVP represent? potentially
Agile process promote short loops between customer and development team. feedback
One benefit of releasing regular product increments is decreased... uncertainty
Risk is ... probabilistic

Agile Lexicon Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

agile
artifacts
backlog
burndown chart
ceremonies
daily scrum
done
epic
feature
increment
initative
manifesto
planning
principles
product owner
retrospective
scrum master
scrum team
servant leader
sprint
story points
task
theme
time box
user story
values

Agile Vocabingo

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Daily Scrum
Product Backlog
MVP
Stories
Velocity
Burndown
Kanban
WIP Limits
Product Owner
Agile Transformation Team
Sprint Backlog
Scrum Team
Accountable
Committment
Agile Manifesto
Collaboration
Safety
Scrum Master
Impediments
Spikes
Anti Pattern
Modern Agile
Retrospective
Sprint Review

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Jile Puzzle: Agile DevOps Crossword #1

Type
Crossword
Description

A list of the new features, bug fixes or infrastructure changes that a team may deliver Backlog
The first Agile DevOps platform developed specifically for product-centric Agile delivery Jile
Defines a specific Agile working model that each product team chooses to implement (3 words) Wayofworking
An Agile framework for developing and sustaining complex products in an iterative and incremental manner Scrum
A Lean Agile tool that supports a continuous flow model Kanban
A process improvement toolkit that provides lightweight guidance to help organizations streamline their processes in a context-sensitive manner (2 words) Disciplinedagile
A lightweight Agile framework for scaling Scrum, Lean and Agile development to many teams working on a single product (3 words) Largescalescrum
A large user story epic
A timebox during which development takes place Iteration
Synthetic biographies of fictitious users of the future product Personas
Estimates in units other than the time-honored “man-hours” Points
A role created by the Scrum Framework responsible for making sure the team delivers the desired outcome (2 words) Productowner
The person in this role is responsible for ensuring the team lives Agile values and principles (2 words) Scrummaster
A previously agreed period of time during which a person or a team works steadily towards completion of some goal Timebox
In consultation with the customer or product owner, the team divides up the work to be done into these functional increments (2 words) Userstories
A combination of collaboration among all involved stakeholders namely, biz, dev, test, security & ops, automation of repeatable tasks & governance across the value stream from inception to delivery DevOps
The month in 2020 when Jile 4.0 was launched February
The month in 2018 when Jile was officially launched August
Jile was included in the 2019 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools...what analyst firm produced this report? Gartner

Agile Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Things we do at the end of each sprint Retrospective
Each sprint starts with ..... Sprint planning
This individual is your first stop for tasking Scrum Master
Agile metric reported during Sprint review Burndown Chart
Each Sprint team must have daily ......... Scrum
This man provides us continuous integration Jenkins
One of the key aspects of DevOps Automation
A CEC Product owner Steve Bolton
These prove excellent means of visibility to our Program management during sprint reviews Demos
Did you know that this tool provides cool graphical visibility for DevOps Grafanna
These describe the work to be done in each sprint Stories
These cause havoc during sprints popups

DevOps Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A term that refers to the grouping of every activity that makes a program available for use and moving that program to the target environment. Deployment
The final stage in a deployment pipeline where the software will be used by the intended audience. Production
An automatic or manual operation that restores a database or program to a previously defined state. Rollback
The use of special software (separate from the software being tested) to control the execution of tests and the comparison of actual outcomes with predicted outcomes Test Automation
A software emulation of a physical computing resource that can be modified independent of the hardware attributes. Virtual Machine
A program installed on specific physical servers in order to handle the execution of various processes on that server Agent
A test that is used to determine the maximum number of users a computer, server, or application can support just before failing. Capacity Test
A way to record the changes to a repository and add a log message to describe the changes that were made Commit
The process of executing unattended automated tests as part of the software delivery pipeline across all environments to obtain immediate feedback on the quality of a code build Continuous Testing
An IT organizational methodology where all teams in the organization, especially development teams and operations teams, collaborate on both development and deployment of software to increase software production agility and achieve business goals. DevOps
A strategy in which you try something, it fails, feedback is delivered quickly, you adapt accordingly, and try again Fail Fast
The time it takes to move work in progress (WIP) to a finished state in a manufacturing plant. In software development, this is represented by moving code changes to production. Lead Time
A testing strategy in which the smallest unit of testable code is isolated from the rest of the software and tested to determine if it functions properly Unit Testing
The practice of developing software as an interconnected system of several independent, modular services that communicate with each other Microservices
The duplication of an object under review in source control so that the same code can be modified by more than one developer in parallel Branching

Agile Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A description of a fictional user created to identify the needs of the target user base and effectively prioritize features. Persona
Agile teams value ________ software over comprehensive documentation. Working
A simple description of a requirement or a product feature that is written from the end-user's point of view. User Story
Each item in the backlog has a description, the business value, an order, and a rough _______. Estimate
How often the team meets to inspect the work by answering questions about their progress, planned work, and roadblocks. Daily
If you agree to a deadline you know you won’t meet but say nothing for the fear of conflicts, you lack this value. Courage
An agile software development technique in which two programmers work together at one workstation. Pair
Limit _______ in progress in order to improve throughput of work items through your process. Work
A meeting held at the end of the sprint to inspect the increment and adapt the product backlog if required. Sprint Review
A process decision framework that combines several agile best practices into a comprehensive model. Disciplined Agile
TDD means writing unit tests _______. First
A _______ backlog is a list of the new features, changes to existing features, bug fixes, infrastructure changes, or other activities that a team may deliver in order to achieve a specific outcome. Product
The first practice a team needs to master when using kanban is to _______ their workflow. Visualize
The kind of delivery agile teams try to achieve. Continuous
Unlike scrum and XP, lean is a _______, not a methodology. Mindset
Working at a sustainable _______ means working 40 hours a week so the team doesn’t burn out. Pace
XP and scrum value that tells team members to treat each other the way they would want to be treated themselves. Respect
You need to _______ the team to get the job done. Trust
What the team does to turn the sprint backlog items into tasks. Decompose
What a version control system provides for the team to store their code. Repository
An activity performed within an increment/sprint such as research, investigation, exploration, or prototyping where the output is improved knowledge and not customer value. Spike
The product backlog, the sprint backlog, and the increment. Artifacts
The sprint _______ is an objective crafted by the team when they plan the sprint. Goal
Product owner, scrum master, and development team. Roles
A self ______ team decides as a team how they’ll meet their goals. Organizing

Lesson 1.1 Algorithms and Agile Development Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Accumulator Variable Maintains a running total.
Aggregator Variable Stores a list of values built up over time and remembers separate individual values.
Agile Design A method of software development that emphasizes frequent client input to produce better end products.
Algorithm A step-by-step procedure, like a recipe, but often involving decisions.
Best-so-far Variable Keeps track of a record best or worst and updates when a new record best or worst has been reached.
Boolean Expression Evaluates to either true or false; used in the conditional of an if-structure.
Bug Part of a program that causes an error or undesired output.
Central Processing Unit (CPU, or core) The part of the computer that executes one instruction at a time.
Code Instructions in a program.
Conditional The Boolean expression in an if-structure that is evaluated to determine which branch of code to execute.
Debugging The process of figuring out why code doesn’t behave as expected and eliminating bugs to make it work as desired.
Encapsulation Keeping details (like data and procedures) together in one part of a program so that programmers working on other parts of the program don’t need to know about them.
Event A “trigger” from the user or from a program that causes a specific part of the program to execute.
Event Handler A piece of code that responds to an event.
Execute To run a program or a single instruction.
Fixed Variable Stores a value that will not change over the course of the entire program.
If-structure Evaluates a Boolean expression and executes some code if the expression is true (and possibly other code if it is false).
Input Data that is used by a program.
Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Provides a developer with a way to create a program, run the program, and debug the program all within one application.
Iteration Repeating a step-by-step procedure several times; also used to refer to single execution of that repetitive procedure.
Memory The parts of computer that can store data or instruction, including volatile memory (lost when the computer is turned off) and non-volatile memory (retained when the computer is turned off).
Meta-information Information about a program or data file, including date created and author information.
Method A set of instructions grouped together to do something to or with an object.
Method Call An instruction to use a method.
Modular Code A group of instructive code that exists as an independent unit, which is easy to use with other code as needed.
Most Recent Variable Stores user input or stores information about a program’s state that changes unpredictably.
One-way Flag Variable Stores whether a condition has been true yet; reset before iteration and possibly raised during iteration.
Output The effect that a program has on its environment.
Product Backlog A prioritized list of user stories, showing both short- and long-term goals of a software development team.
Pseudocode An outline of the basic ideas behind how algorithms will work.
Script A set of instructions. In Scratch a script is a single stack of blocks belonging to one sprite or to the stage.
Scrum The most common framework for Agile Development.
Sprint Task List A list of small specific tasks to be completed during the current sprint in the scrum method of software development.
Sprite A graphics object that can be moved on top of or behind a background.
State Data that describes everything about how a program exists at a given time; a snapshot of a program.
State Diagram Shows the ways that a program could progress from each state to other states.
Stepper Variable A variable that counts in an arithmetic sequence, usually counting by ones starting at 0 or 1.
Syntax Precise rules defining how the letters, words, and punctuation of a programming language are required to be used together.
Turing Test One method of determining the strength of artificial intelligence, in which a human tries to decide if the intelligence at the other end of a text chat is human.
User Stories Plain-language description of a user’s need for the software under development, usually phrased as “(who) wants to (do what within the software) so that they can (do what in real life)”.
Variable Roles Describe why a variable is being used in a program.
Walker Variable Stores one item from a list at a time during iteration.
Waterfall Design A method of software development that emphasizes completing each stage of the design process before beginning the next stage.

Math Terms Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A two-termed polynomial is a __________. binomial
In a term, the sum of the exponents on the variables is the _______ __ __ ______ degreeofaterm
A _________ is an algebraic expression made by adding or subtracting terms. polynomial
The number that a variable is being multiplied with is called the __________. coefficient
An __________ is a mathematical statement that says two expressions are equal. equation
Numbers, variables, and the products of numbers and variables are all ______. terms
A term with no variables, that's value remains the same is a ________ _____ constantterm
A mathematical phrase with operators connecting numbers and variables is an _________. expression
A three-termed polynomial is a _________. trinomial
The degree of the term with the greatest degree is the _______ __ __ ________ degreeofapolynomial
Terms that have the same variable(s) raised to the same exponent(s) are ______ ______. liketerms
Terms with different variables, or the same variables raised to different exponents are ________ ______. unliketerms
A one-termed polynomial is a _________. monomial
A letter representing a number or value that can change or vary is a _________. variable
When the terms of a polynomial are ordered from highest to lowest degree is known as __________ ______. standardform
Numbers or variables that form a product are ________. factors