Monthly Archives: August 2012

Planning Poker: Avoiding Fallacies in Effort Estimates

Many years ago I was working as a software developer in a team with three other programmers. We once had a meeting in which our Team Leader said: “You are late again! All of you are late! Actually, you are … Continue reading

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Industrial Projects at the Technion

The faculty of Computer Sciences at the Technion has an Industrial Projects initiative in which undergraduate students work under the supervision of software professionals. I think this is a great idea, a real win-win situation: The students have the opportunity … Continue reading

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