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Understanding Your Velocity

In a few entries on my blog, I have referred to Velocity and only briefly explained what it is. I think it’s about time I explain properly for those not familiar with it. Velocity is terminology from the Scrum agile methodology and is basically the same concept as Earned Value in more traditional project management methods. This is how it

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What Is The Point In Estimating?

One technique used by agile development teams is the idea of estimating product features using points. This has a few distinct advantages over estimating in physical units of time. 1. Estimating is very quick because it’s an intuitive estimate of a feature’s size. 2. An estimate in points indicates a feature’s size relative to another, and does not give the

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Definition of DONE! 10 Point Checklist

A key principle of agile software development is “done means DONE!” To be more specific, here’s a 10 point checklist of what constitutes ‘feature complete’… Code produced (all ‘to do’ items in code completed) Code commented, checked in and run against current version in source control Peer reviewed (or produced with pair programming) and meeting development standards Builds without errors

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