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    •  Estimating Size with Story Points Estimating in Ideal Days Techniques for Estimating Choosing between Story Points and IdealDays2
    •  Story Points Are Relative› Story points are a unit of measure forexpressing the overall size of a userstory, feature, or other piece of work.› Get Started with smallest or medium userstory.3
    •  Velocity› Is a measure of a team’s rate of progress.› Velocity Corrects Estimation Errors.4
    •  Ideal time vs. Duration. Ideal Time and Software Development.› The story being estimated is the only thingyou’ll work on.› Everything you need will be on hand whenyou start.› There will be no interruptions. Ideal Days as a Measure of Size. One Estimate, Not Many.5
    •  Estimate Accuracy vs. Effort6
    •  Estimates Are Shared› estimates are best derived collaboratively bythe team, which includes those who will dothe work. There are two reasons for this. The Estimation Scale› “1, 2, 3, 5, and 8” or “1, 2, 4, and 8”.› Could include “0”.7
    •  Deriving an Estimate› Expert opinion› Analogy› Disaggregation Planning Poker› Smaller Sessions› When to Play Planning Poker8
    •  Considerations Favoring Story Points› Story points help drive cross-functionalbehavior.› Story-point estimates do not decay.› Story points are a pure measure of size.› Estimating in story points typically is faster.› My ideal days are not your ideal days.9
    •  Considerations Favoring Ideal Days› Ideal days are easier to explain outside theteam.› Ideal days are easier to estimate at first.10
    •  Agile Estimating and Planning by MikeCohn.11