In the XP world, you use a technique Fowler calls "Yesterday's Weather" to create your estimates based on the previous iteration's pace (velocity). Check out the newly updated estimates this week. Thanks, y'all.
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- Part II — Humans & Code — Complete
- Part III — Phronesis by May 11th
- Part IV — Test-Driven Development Basics by May 16th
- Part V — Object-Oriented Design w/ Tests by May 30th
- Part VI — Design Principles by June 12th
- Part VII — Design Patterns by June 20th
- Part VIII — Architecture Essentials by June 29th
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