10 Oct '13, 1pm

Nice article about estimations - [Off-Topic] #noEstimates Debunked:

Update: One thing I forgot to mention. If you didn't want to read all this or if you disagree altogether. Ask yourself: you don't want due dates. So are you willing to give up your salary due date as well? Why can't you estimate what to deliver and your client has to pay you regardless? Let's make this even: you do #noEstimates if, and only if, you are willing to #noSalary. Your employer shaw withhold your payment until you deliver, and in this scenario your payment must be depreciated the longer it takes. Unfortunately labor law doesn't allow that. But it would be an interesting scenario. There's been a lot of people currently talking about #noEstimates. I've read most of the arguments in its favor and you can Google it easily enough so I won't make any extensive references to any of them. The gist of it is that estimates will never be good enough, the more specification ...

Full article: http://www.akitaonrails.com/2013/10/07/off-topic-noestima...

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[Off-Topic] #noEstimates Debunked

akitaonrails.com 07 Oct '13, 3pm

Update: One thing I forgot to mention. If you didn't want to read all this or if you disagree altogether. Ask yourself: yo...

[Off-Topic] #noEstimates Debunked:

akitaonrails.com 07 Oct '13, 2pm

Update: One thing I forgot to mention. If you didn't want to read all this or if you disagree altogether. Ask yourself: yo...