Agile and waterfall ignore a huge element of task estimationby@christianmaioli
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Agile and waterfall ignore a huge element of task estimation

by Christian Maioli3mSeptember 7th, 2016
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From the first time I did an estimate, it seemed evident to me that <strong>previous experience with a task is tremendously helpful in estimating it accurately</strong>. For instance, if you’ve installed a <a href="https://hackernoon.com/tagged/particular" target="_blank">particular</a> library a bunch of times, you should at this point have a good idea about how long that usually takes you, right?

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