Following on from our last webinar in our estimate series, we're excited to announce our Why Use Points to Estimate Webinar!
Join us as reinteractive Founder Mikel Lindsaar and Development Manager James McGrath conduct an open discussion on Why use points to estimate? They will be making themselves available to answer questions, so be sure to bring yours along!
In our last webinar we discussed how you can come up with an accurate estimate for a piece of complex software and some common problems that arise when doing this (you can watch it here). In this webinar we'll be exploring how using points can help you come up with a better estimate. At reinteractive we generally use this process:
- Break down larger features of a piece of software into stories
- Estimate the effort required to implement each story
- Assign each story a number of points
You probably have even more questions around your own project and maybe wondering how you can use points to estimate.
Register today and don't forget to bring your questions!
Topic: Why use points to estimate?
Date: Friday, 24 October 2014
RSVP: On our webinar registration page
Register for this live interactive webinar today and don't forget to bring along your questions!
**You can now view the recording of this webinar on our YouTube Channel.
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