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Optimal team size

Kevlin Henney’s keynote at GOTO Copenhagen this year discussed how project time varies as a function of the number of people on the project. The most naive assumption is that the time is inversely proportional to the number of people. That is t = W/n where t is the calendar time to completion, W is a measure […]
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