October 13, 2018

The Math behind Project Scheduling, Bug Tracking, and Triage — Avery Pennarun

[Avery Pennarun | USENIX][1]:

Many projects have poorly defined (and often overridden) priorities, hopelessly optimistic schedules, and overflowing bug trackers that are occasionally purged out of frustration in a mysterious process called bug bankruptcy.” But a few projects seem to get everything right. What’s the difference? Avery collected the best advice from the best-running teams at Google, then tried to break down why that advice works—using math, psychology, an ad-hoc engineer simulator (SimSWE), and pages torn out of Agile Project Management textbooks.

(Via [Michael Tsai][2])

[1]: https://www.usenix.org/conference/srecon18europe/presentation/pennarun [2]: https://mjtsai.com/blog/2018/10/12/the-math-behind-project-scheduling-bug-tracking-and-triage/


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