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If you're a developer, tester or software project manager, you'll inevitably work in an Agile setting. Agile project management follows a set of principles and comes with terminology and objectives that might be daunting to those on the outside looking in.
You don't need to read all the scholarship out there on Agile just to practice it. After all, the approach -- as laid out in the Agile Manifesto -- is meant to be conceptual, not a prescriptive software development methodology.
However, a familiarity with Agile's core principals and nuances can be helpful. Additionally, it can take years of training and experience to fully understand how Agile project management principles can help teams work through challenges and improve performance.
Take this quiz and get a sense of just how much you know about a variety of Agile project management principles; it's designed to test your knowledge on everything from software requirements to Scrum, metrics and more.
See how well you know the vocabulary and processes specific to Agile.