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- Reported in: P4.0 (24-Jan-14)
PDF page: 71
"Asking ourselves what keeps us up and night invites a healthy discussion" should be "what keeps us up at night"--Structerre Consulting
- Reported in: P1.0 (17-Mar-15)
PDF page: 102
You wrote "Small and Estimatable" inside of second rectangle. "Estimatble" is incorrect and you should change it to "Estimable".--Saeed Afshari
- Reported in: P4.0 (07-Jan-14)
PDF page: 118
in the estimation of the eating of the cookies you affix a static time of 10 seconds to eat a single cookie, however when you ask for the extrapolation of the 10 and 14 cookies you include a glass of milk.
When you show your work below you ignore the glass of milk, not to mention any time between cookies for breathing and or just a pause to allow for more saliva etc..
In my estimation you should allow time for the milk not to mention the breathing in between cookies etc..
I dont know if this would subvert your point or not but I calculated a 7% and 15% additional time for breathing / picking up cookie / saliva etc.. and a static 25 seconds for the milk.
I may be being too picky but hey .... --Theodore LoScalzo
- Reported in: P2.0 (28-Aug-12)
PDF page: 119
In my printed copy, there is an iStockPhoto watermark just visible on the image of the Samurai in the sensei conversation bits (for example, page 119, but it's throughout the book). The iStockPhoto website suggest that the watermarked images should not be used in final versions.
Do you have a licence to use this image? Why are you using a watermarked version?
- Reported in: P4.0 (30-Oct-12)
PDF page: 128
In section 8.5, the paragraph after the picture of the burn-down chart, second sentence, there is a missing word "after" after the word "remaining". It should say, "Simply record the amount of work (pts) remaining after each iteration, ..."--Kim Shrier
- Reported in: P4.0 (31-Oct-12)
PDF page: 157
In the box titled "What If You Weren’t Allowed to Track Bugs?", second sentence, there is a missing word "to" after the word "able". It should say, "... because you wouldn’t be able to track them.".--Kim Shrier
- Reported in: P5.0 (27-Nov-17)
Paper page: 221
The sentence "The brown fox jumps over the lazy dog." shouldn't it be "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog."? --Brian DeWitt