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In a previous entry , I discussed triangular distributions. I pointed out that they arose from the practices in Hubbard's How to Measure Anything. When making an estimate, one asks for the high, low and expected values of a quantity. These are used to to...
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Sizing of software components (and therefore also Hardware) is a task that I often need to perform. I spend a lot of time on it, so I figured I would share how I go about doing it and what factors I take into account. It is an inexact science. While I talk...
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