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 TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter1-Mar-17 3:11 Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 1-Mar-17 3:11
 Re: TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 OriginalGriff1-Mar-17 3:13 OriginalGriff 1-Mar-17 3:13
 Re: TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 CDP18021-Mar-17 3:15 CDP1802 1-Mar-17 3:15
 Re: TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 Mark_Wallace1-Mar-17 4:47 Mark_Wallace 1-Mar-17 4:47
 Re: TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 Pete O'Hanlon1-Mar-17 3:24 Pete O'Hanlon 1-Mar-17 3:24
 Re: TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter1-Mar-17 3:33 Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 1-Mar-17 3:33
 Re: TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 OriginalGriff1-Mar-17 3:32 OriginalGriff 1-Mar-17 3:32
 Re: TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 F-ES Sitecore1-Mar-17 4:32 F-ES Sitecore 1-Mar-17 4:32
 22 days. If it takes 10 men 10 days then it takes 100 man days to do 100% of the work. So 1 man day = 1% of the work. 5 men = 5% per of the work per day so it will take 20 days to do 100% of the work 1 day for planning and 1 day for a retrospective every two weeks so 14 days man days are required for 12 man days of progress, so the final result is 22 days.
 Re: TWCP OTD (The Who Cares Puzzle Of The Day) - 29th of February, 2017 Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter1-Mar-17 7:22 Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 1-Mar-17 7:22
 Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Hendrik Leßmann28-Feb-17 23:13 Hendrik Leßmann 28-Feb-17 23:13
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! OriginalGriff28-Feb-17 23:17 OriginalGriff 28-Feb-17 23:17
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! dan!sh 28-Feb-17 23:21 dan!sh 28-Feb-17 23:21
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! OriginalGriff1-Mar-17 1:43 OriginalGriff 1-Mar-17 1:43
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Slacker00728-Feb-17 23:26 Slacker007 28-Feb-17 23:26
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Pete O'Hanlon28-Feb-17 23:27 Pete O'Hanlon 28-Feb-17 23:27
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! megaadam28-Feb-17 23:52 megaadam 28-Feb-17 23:52
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Duncan Edwards Jones1-Mar-17 0:55 Duncan Edwards Jones 1-Mar-17 0:55
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter28-Feb-17 23:42 Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 28-Feb-17 23:42
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Pete O'Hanlon1-Mar-17 0:58 Pete O'Hanlon 1-Mar-17 0:58
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter1-Mar-17 1:12 Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 1-Mar-17 1:12
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Pete O'Hanlon1-Mar-17 1:15 Pete O'Hanlon 1-Mar-17 1:15
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Nish Nishant1-Mar-17 2:14 Nish Nishant 1-Mar-17 2:14
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Gary Wheeler1-Mar-17 2:41 Gary Wheeler 1-Mar-17 2:41
 Re: Hello, I need some help for my master thesis! Mark_Wallace1-Mar-17 4:30 Mark_Wallace 1-Mar-17 4:30
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