Mythbusting Software Estimation by Todd Little




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Published on May 26, 2015

Estimating software projects has proven to be particularly challenging. Over-running schedules happens frequently in our industry. As a result software estimation is often viewed as a black art. In this session Todd will look into some of the reasons for these challenges by exploring a number of myths of software estimation and then setting out to validate or bust these myths.

Some of the myths that will be explored include:

Historical Estimation Accuracy
Relative Estimation
The Cone of Uncertainty
Scope Creep
Estimation Tools
Wisdom of Crowds

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