Do you get a question on burndown charts?
On a sample test I got this question: "Burndown charts provides information on velocity?"
False- is the correct answer
Do you agree/disagree with this answer?
Velocity is a method for accurately measuring the rate at which scrum development teams consistently deliver business value. Velocity is measured with the help of a velocity chart. A velocity chart shows the sum of estimates of the work delivered across all iterations.
A burn down chart shows how much work is remaining to be done in the project.
Product burndown is usually tracked in sprints (e.g. story points completed per sprint).
Sprint burndown is normally tracked in days (e.g. task hours completed per day).
Release burndown shows how quickly your team has delivered backlog items and track how much work the team must still perform to complete a product release. (e. g., story points, size, or hours per release)http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...31579.aspx
Why we can not measure velocity using burndown chart? This area is a little blurry to me? Any help clearing it out?