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PERSPECTIVE: Agile and Project Estimations

Customers usually ask: how much? and how soon? It is inevitable to have answers for those questions. Especially when  bidding for projects, Project Managers usually need to estimate even when  they have no complete requirements document and no signed-off specifications. Even for internal projects, it is usually hard to get senior management commitment without having … Continue reading

REVIEW: IT Project Management: Best of 2009

The best IT project management articles on TechRepublic in 2009 20 cynical project management tips Very ironic yet realistic facts about project management. You’ll enjoy reading them. Agile project management: Estimating the unknown An excellent article to answer the dilemma of budgeting and time-estimating for the entire project, which is taking against agile methodologies as … Continue reading


“At Bayt.com, we had opted to use FDD. While I believe that SCRUM, as all other agile methodologies is excellent in supporting human-oriented software development environment, I continue to believe that it lacks well defined control points (milestones) that are required to track the progress of features implementation. It is clearly focused more on the … Continue reading


Understand terms before you add them to your terminology arsenal! I believe we should all abide by this golden rule. Not knowing about a technology, science, trend or concept, is better than having a wrong understanding of it. Working in a discipline like IT, I hear a lot of jargons, terms and idioms and having … Continue reading