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hey everyone it's david Birkett here from working mouths thank you for watching this video what we will do today is talk about how to budget for an agile software development project now while we're talking about this it's often a big disconnect between an agile delivery method and traditional procurement practices from our experience the business wants to know what the budget of the software development project is but agile development is completely contradiction to that the end of our manifesto actually says that budget is realized at the end of the project so how do we understand and betray as a product owner to the business how much effort is going to be required up front well we've been working on this for some years so our solution comes in three different phases so the first phase is a scientific risk based estimation method to approximate the amount of effort required to get the product built the second one is making sure the project is self success with success trade-offs the last one is to comprehend the technology advantage so what I do today is really briefly and I'll try and keep it short take you through these three different things and how we apply them so the first one is the technology advantage now working Mouse uses something called the cobots technology set now it's a software development platform as a service that writes on average about 92% there in applications code base now what the bots do are they're trained on different software behaviors a behavior is a software development pattern that is applied across multiple domains so I think dashboards timelines forms everything that goes into a piece of software it's just about how it's actually applied so the first step and the first thing we do is we identify how the technology is going to help us we do this something called a field trials behavior so I'm going to flick over and give you an example of this now now if we have a backlog of requirements we may have a legacy application on here over here on the Left I have a prototype application of a bike sharing app as you can see here I've got bikes with geolocations history and I had the ability to go in and read one of these bikes so what we've done is we've done up this prototype and we then gone and identified and broken down different sections of the application that may be used within a behavior so login payment gateway view filter FAQ page history all that kind of stuff once we have that we then apply it to a traceability matrix and our traceability matrix shows us how cobots is actually going to help us in regards to that segment so for example here login and sign up all the way over here is completely covered by our user behavior however the payment gateway is partially covered by crud right history is completely covered and this then gives us some really cool statistics or before we go into our estimation process how the technology is going to help us off lacombe's my stats here and we can see here that out of the different segments we've got 45% of those are fully covered by a code bots behavior 36% are partially covered and we'll need heavy customization and 18% just aren't going to be covered so they're going to need to be custom coded into the target application right so we know how pay BOTS is going to help us what can do now is talk about the key project success sliders so the key project success lighters have three different options the first one is a fixed time fixed scope approach we strongly recommend against this because this is super high risk this is what leads to big project buy outs and legal agreements fall into pieces and also a very poor outcome for the customer so it's a high risk the next one and this is our preference is a fixed time variable scope approach but that means is put a budget in place for the projects and we will vary the scope back with our software development team and you the product owner to make sure that you get all of your must-haves the majority of your should haves and some of you could have to live it into the project and this also enables us to vary the scope back to get the best people software fit for the project the last one is a variable time fixed scope approach this is right we need all of these requirements in there the business have them nothing can be left out so we'll take a fixed approach this has a medium risk the reason for this is that you don't get to vary the scope in regards to getting what is right for the customer in there so we would definitely recommend the fixed time variable scope approach if you're after more information on that check out our way of working so how do we approximate the amount of effort what goes into it so we have our estimations process this looks at risk planning and then has a couple of different factors that we've learned to put into our time to make sure that we're getting the best product out there so let's take a look at this so first up we have our backlog of requirements now what I've done is I've just taken the backlog of the segments and I've got the milestones for the project in regards to how we would deliver them logically and then I take my software development experts our CTO Matt Francis and one of our user experience designers Nicola and they've gone through and given me a time estimate a complexity estimate and a familiarity estimate on the project this then gives us a time estimate for a project team to deliver each one of these segments and a risk or the risk score of the project comes from 1 to 25 based on one to five on complexity and one to five on familiarity the time estimates have a fibonacci esque escalation because the further we're looking into time the larger those time estimates are going to get so they start out at 1 hour and go all the way up to 3 months and have a larger risk once we've done this what we can then do is look at our summary so nickel era have gone through estimated this from our estimations we can see that the actual work that we think it's going to take is about five point eight nine weeks we then have and that's including something called the allocation factor the allocation factor is 20% of the working week is not working on the project it is working on the daily staff attending truck meetings professional development having lunch those kind of things that humans need to do the next one is trim the tail that's a factor of 25% and what that saying is the 25% at the time we shouldn't be creating requirements we should actually be linking up rounding out the ones we've already made to deliver a really quality project to the production environment and the last one is a budget it is tax bikes tax bikes allow us to call text bike from our text bike budget which is 10% which enables the team to stop the project go in and further deep risk it before they continuing on this stops blowouts ahead of time and deem risks iterations massively add all three of those up we get to 8.1 weeks so from our prototype here we know how cobots is going to help us to inform our estimations and it's delivered our requirements backlog there so in summary we've got 8.1 weeks with a fixed time variable scope approach and we have 45% of the application covered off by cobots technology if you are after any more ation more information on any of this please feel free to reach out this is a very quick summary of how we approach it and there's a look or detail to it thank you for watching i'm david paquette have a great day
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