Does working with Legacy code need a change in attitude?

Sometimes I can’t resist the urge to grumble to colleagues when confronted with systems developed in a way I would not have chosen. Maybe I just need A change in attitude. On the other hand, often the frustration comes from knowing that there is a better way, and I’m not sure that learning to love …

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The case against iteration based re-estimation

I’ll say up front that I have some major issues with the idea of estimation in agile processes. There are plenty of alternatives to traditional time/manpower estimation which are at least as useful in delivering real, useful results. However, if you are working in a context which values estimation, Adrian Wible has some interesting points …

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