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QuestionWaterfall vs Agile and Project Estimates Pin
emunews25-Nov-08 9:21
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I'm used to doing waterfall design and development. For my next project, we're going use agile methodology. Well, it's not really agile. The only part of agile they want us to do is to do iterative releases and have daily stand-up meetings. I estimated the project to be 1,900 hours if we use waterful (which we won't, but I did it waterful because that's what I'm use to).

Now, I want to convert that waterfall estimate into an agile estimate. Is there any rule of thumb or simple formula I can use?

I'm thinking that agile should take longer because of the iterative releases, in that every release requires a new round of testing and deployments.

Any thoughts?
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QuestionCode portability - .NET/Unix Pin
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