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To describe the cycle of agile methodology can be also one of the agile methodology interview questions.Various software testing and project development methodologies have arisen lately. While most of them have fundamentals in long term planning, there are some different methodologies too. We can calmly call it unorthodox. Among these, agile methodology has it steady place.

It has proved to be the right choice in many projects and so logically, the demand for project managers and software testers who can use it has increased strongly. Using various technical questions, recruiters try to build a team of testers (developers) who can collaborate effectively using agile methodology.

If you belong to the group of supporters of this methodology, you may find the following list of interview questions and answers handy. Go through the list, identify yourself (or disagree) with the answers, and get ready for your interview.

Frequently used agile methodology interview questions

In what does the agile testing(development) methodology differs from the other testing (development) methodologies?
Anytime applying agile methodology, the testers (developers) ensure that the whole process of testing (development) is broke into as small steps as possible and just a small unit of code is tested (developed) in each of this steps. The team of testers (developers) is communicating consistently the results of their work, and change the short term strategy and even the development plan on the go, based on the results of agile testing. Agile methodology encourages flexible and rapid response to change which should lead to a better end result.

Can agile methodology be applied also in other than software testing and development projects?
While asking these sort of questions, employers try to recognize if you really understand the benefits of this methodology and can see a practical application in various areas of business. To state that this methodology can be, and maybe even should be, applied in all the instances and test cases where we have insufficient entry data, or work in an unknown area, or simply work within a small team, or where many unpredictable variables take place, is a good answer. It is in fact used quite commonly in bio-medicine, biochemistry or physics. Anyway, it could be used in many other areas too. Just let your imagination work and you’ll find a good answer…

Are you able to name five main characteristics of agile methodology?
Every person can approach agile methodology from a different angle. The employer tries to find out what your opinion is, and if it is the one they are looking for.
So in fact, the right answer really depends on your point of view. However, if you look for characteristics that are usually “positive” for the company, you should do well with things like cross-functional team composition, face-to face communication, solving problems immediately after these are identified, working solution as a primary metric of progress. If you do not like our suggestions, you will have to figure out something on your own.

Describe a situation when you personally used the agile methodology (or was a part of a team that used it).
This question is very important. One little experience is more useful than the entire book of theory. Before the interview, think carefully about your own application of agile methodology. If you can not find any example in your professional life, try to find it in personal life. Think about it in advance, prepare a situation you will talk about later and focus on the positive results associated with the implementation of AM in your project. Doing it, you should be well prepared for all these practical questions. We wish you good luck!

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