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Firmware/Software scheduling

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Rob Kearns
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Does anybody know of any technique for scheduling firmware or software development activities?

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Fraser Haffenden
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Suggest multiplying partners shoes size to rather than your own to estimate the effort. On a more serious note the URL for a very good web site which should have the inform required is below.

http://www.psmsc.com/

Ed van der Tak
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Hi,

Searched for SDM on the net and found the following :

sdm

Might be answering (some) questions!?

Regards,

Ed van der Tak
ARAM Planning Consultants
The Netherlands
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Was it twice as long as from one end to the middle ?
Rob Kearns
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been there done that! Ive also tried measuring a piece of string too.
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Think of a number, double it, divide it by your shoe size ............