Esteemed estimates explained elitely.
Estimates are a nasty subject, Andreas doesn't know how to handle it.
Fortunately, Lars has one weird trick, which doctors hate.
When you have plenty of control, estimates can be useful.
Not useful: unexplained deadlines.
Finally: when things get stuck. (Lars is usually available to blame.)
(In an alternate timeline, Andreas' tells us everything his relatives taught him about quark cake.)
- Deadlines whooshing past
- The XKCD about determining if you're in a national park, and check if your photo is of a bird
- Shape up
- Zenos' paradoxes - you can't run past a tortoise
- The travelling salesman problem
- NP-complete problems
- Lean manufacturing
- Their due dates, their deadlines
- I have this one weird trick, that doctors hate
- A constraint for the work
- The magnitude of the task
- Some real dumb things, and some very decent ideas
- Skate curve
- The smallest unit is always a day
- Not agile enough
- Slightly confused and maybe a little bit sad
- If you think that's a map (, I think you're using it wrong)
- Assorted concerns
- You can't run past a tortoise
- You can always split a cake in two
- Quark cake
- Accelerate a cake
- A fixed estimate on the travelling salesman problem
- Usually available to blame