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Agile Planning Estimation

by Co-foundar, CEO at Code71 Inc. on Feb 07, 2010

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This presentation gives an overview of how Agile planning and estimation is different from traditional approaches. Then it shows step by step how to do planning and estimation on an Agile project.

This presentation gives an overview of how Agile planning and estimation is different from traditional approaches. Then it shows step by step how to do planning and estimation on an Agile project.

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  • annedoyle566 Anne Doyle, Project Manager at CIVIC Computing Excellent agile overview presentation 1 year ago
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  • srayhan Syed Rayhan, Co-foundar, CEO at Code71 Inc. James,
    Yes, I agree with you. I mention that in my slides (release every sprint). That is an advanced stage of agile maturity. However, in real life, especially for large enterprise systems, and or organization with different infrastructure and support team, you end up doing a sprint before release taking care of miscellaneous stuff (necessary evil). You need to exclude those steps from your definition of 'Done.' Don't you think?
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  • guest2be31e James Peckham HRM. 'Stabilization sprint' is a sign that the team is having problems getting a good definition of done or achieving it. I would highly recommend against a stabilization sprint and spend more time achieving a level of done that includes whatever you would do in said sprint. :P 4 years ago
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