How a hashtag lit the nerdy world of project management aflame — or at least got it mildly worked up
At 5:53 p.m. on Dec. 10, 2012, Woody Zuill sent out a tweet that read:
#NoEstimates — I've added a litte more fuel to the fire
The tweet linked to a blog post he'd written describing a heretical approach to software development — one that omits the standard step of estimating the time and resources a project will need.
Zuill is a software manager for a home irrigation-products manufacturer in ...