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Gary Rygmyr

I have come to approach forecasting/estimating with a little more pessimism. I used to strive for the best possible case for estimates. However, stuff always happens. You will never get credit for an overly optimistic estimate. You will alway get punished for missing an estimate. It is simply prudent to add some well considered Management and Contingincy reserves in the planning.

Thanks for the MS Project 2010 highlights overview at the Puget Sound MPUG meeting on 9-21 and for mentioning your blog. I was unaware of it. A quick scan today shows that there is tons of very useful info. I will be reading regularly!

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