Estimating hard-to-measure benefits

Last week, I wrote a post about decisions that look only at easy-to-count costs and ignore hard-to-count benefits. Here’s one method for estimating hard-to-count benefits, subjective impact analysis: 1. Identify the proposed course of action.2. Determine what’s important to the person who makes the decision.3. Ask that person who they consider credible sources related to…

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quick peer code review

Via Testing Reflections: Jared Richardson (co-author of Ship it! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects) explains how to do a quick peer code review. Another low tech way to improve the quality of the software we deliver.

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