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  • v. Present participle of timebox.


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  • There is sometimes value in "timeboxing" - setting the time parameter to a constant value and getting as much as you can on it in that time window.


  • Looking at the documentation, it's an open source spinout from the heavy duty Cyrano testing tool... and it seems to support script iteration tests rather than the timeboxing model of other tools that I've looked at.

    What I really need right now...

  • BTW - action and timeboxing are the cure for analysis-paralysis

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  • He also suggests timeboxing the meetings to last no more than fifteen minutes.

    Mountain Goat Software

  • I've noticed that many recent discussions about changes to Perl 5 core development spiral off into circular discussions about deprecation cycles, definitions of compatibility, source code branch strategies, timeboxing, volunteer motivation, and so on.

    Planet Perl

  • I think the E-Myth helped shape me, but also I’ve learned to produce a lot more results at work by setting boundaries (timeboxing) and finding the most effective and efficient techniques within those boundaries.

    Freelancers Aren’t as Green as They Think


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  • A time management technique common in software development projects to plan out a project, for example the creation of a new IT system, by splitting the project up in a number of separate time periods (normally two to six weeks long). Each part has its own deadline and its own budget. By incrementally finishing one part at a time, a project can be successfully delivered. (Wikipedia)

    May 21, 2008