on September 21, 2009
in story points, teams
impediments, learning, scrum, story points
I recently wrote a blog on this very topic. It seems like there’s two camps. Most Scrum folks like the task breakdown, and burndown in hours. Most of the XP folks suggest story point estimation and story point burndown. And in fact now Ron Jefferies et al are suggesting keep stories really small and just count stories and burn that down. My blog is at http://blog.agilebuddy.com/2009/09/theres-two-camps-tracking-stories-or-tracking-stories-and-tasks.html
Nice blog by the way.
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