Question: My team prefers to work in Story Points, but it sometimes becomes hard to deal with the realities of how to estimate a first iteration and how to deal with the availability of the team members. How do experienced agile teams handle these realities?
|A.||If you want to be agile, you must estimate in Story Points. Nothing else will really work for a team once they begin to do the work of the project.|
|B.||Neither is the correct approach. Estimate your Product Backlog in Ideal Hours, and then they will transfer over easily to the iteration work of the team.|
|C.||If you create software, use Story Points. If you use agile for any other type of project, estimate in work hours, which you can input into MS Project.|
|D.||Use Story Points for the Product Backlog, but actual hours for the Iteration Backlog.|