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What is the estimation method you use for Agile Project?
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What is the estimation method you use for Agile Project?
I didn't use a poll so we may discover new methods used by others.
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I've used fibonacci and Tshirt methods, but also customized ones.
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Planning poker
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Story weighting; team members all agree on a story value using Fibonacci. To those values, you can assign t-shirt sizes, characters, or other values to simplify and for fun.
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Story point with a link to Use Case Points-Function Points to adjust the numbers and making the inherent error as low as we can in those cases where it is a new initiative. Just in case we use Use Cases then we use Use Case Points with a link to Function Points.
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Mohammed -

Start with analogous estimation just as I would on a deterministic project, then t-shirt sizing and finally story point sizing using planning poker (for new or immature teams) or straight story point allocation (for more mature teams).

Kiron
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Thanks for sharing information
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We are using story points and planning poker cards for voting.
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If you use rally software, you can use both Story Points (it is great for team estimation and long-term planning) and estimates in hours at task level (it is good for collecting individual metrics and short-term planning).
Also, if a team starts to compare SP with ideal hours, you can use estimations in fruits or dog breeds - this will add more fun.
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I've used Planning Poker and T-Shirt Sizing.

Few other techniques include: Relative mass valuation and Bucket System.
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I've used story points. Normally we explore different ways to estimate including analogous an pick the one that suits the team/project.
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