A Rule of Thumb for Estimating Work
Mattan Griffel

It’s also important to note that an estimate in isolation is often worthless. It’s the history of many estimations (on a project/codebase) and patterns that emerge that establish a clearer picture of the future. It seems straightforward, but often this meaningful pattern is lost to a series of virtually isolated guesses.

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