… daily. Estimates such as 0.25 days are good enough. This is why we do not require time trackers. We measure estimated versus actual time spent as “velocity.” If an estimate and tracked time are the same, we give it a 1. If a developer finished a task in 2 days, but estimated it would take 2.5 days, their velocity was 0.8, meaning they underestimated their speed. The goal with tracking is not to become faster for the sake of it. The goal of EBS is consistency and accuracy. Consistency means that team members can predict each other’s delivery dates based on past performance. Accuracy means consistently achieving a velocity as close to 1 as possible (low range).
In 2013 Brad Frost published a blog post where he coined the term “Atomic Design”. In the post, Brad describes a way of designing systems by breaking the into smaller and smaller pieces, called Atoms, Molecules, Organism, Templates and Pages. These pieces are essentially components.