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The BS Factor?
Just to show my devotion to duty I read my copy of the latest Prestwood news thingy - and to show maximum comprehension of the subject I even read the job adds... but what is the 'BS FActor'?, I mean, from the UK I fully understand what the BSE Factor is, but not the BS. I couldn't find it in the online Pardox help either., Could somebody enlighten me?, rt Now that
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17 years ago

Leonard
You know what's so geat about the old style sneakers? If you step in any BS, HS or DS, you can throw them in the washing machine. Usually though, the sneakers go back on one's feet a lot like the glove went back on OJÆs hand, which some might consider BS.
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Re: The BS Factor?
You know what's so geat about the old style sneakers? If you step in any BS, HS or DS, you can throw them in the washing machine. Usually though, the sneakers go back on one's feet a lot like the glove went back on OJÆs hand, which some might consider BS.
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PSDP Questions
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17 years ago

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Scott Wehrley & feasibility
I am a little unclear on some of the points made in Scott's Feasibility Revisitted in the newsletter, the first being where he talks about paths & checkpoints. He says that an informal feasibility can be delivered verbally or via e-mail. Prior to that Scott said that when a feasibility study is delivered to a customer, it serves as a documented understanding of the project scope and needs. Yet, an informal feasibility study can be delivered verbally. , , Elsewhere, Scott says that after the customer has had a chance to review the feasibility study, he has an opportunity to say No to the project, reduce functionality, scope, etc. Does this infer that cost of project can be determined at this juncture well enough to give a customer a quote so he can make decisions?, , Finally, in robust, is the requirments phase already accomplished when the feasibility is delivered?, , thanks
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17 years ago

Leonard
thanks scott - , , Even with small projects, it's amazing how things can be misinterpreted and create far more trouble than the project is literally worth. I assume that you have the customer sign an agreement and in the agreement it is stated what specific work will be performed. This would then be your documentation., , By the way, I truly appreciated your article. It actually was a good interface to what I've read so far of PSDP.
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Re: Scott Wehrley & feasibility
thanks scott - , , Even with small projects, it's amazing how things can be misinterpreted and create far more trouble than the project is literally worth. I assume that you have the customer sign an agreement and in the agreement it is stated what specific work will be performed. This would then be your documentation., , By the way, I truly appreciated your article. It actually was a good interface to what I've read so far of PSDP.
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iteration size - software size
New to the site and have been reading with interest the PSDP document. There's a chart (3.6.4 fixed bid types)that outlines recommended fixed-bid types for each iteration size and desired quality. Is software size a factor in producing a fixed bid. If so, how? , , Anyone on this board reading PSDP or considering using it? Why?
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17 years ago

mprestwood
[b]>>...Fixed Bid Recommendations...software size...[/b], , Software size does play a part in fixed bids, but not directly. Software size helps determine the target iteration size. Target iteration size is what's used with the recommended fixed bid type.
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