Palante Tech Blog

07.27.2010
look at other similar projects, how long those took, what problems you ran into on those hourly estimates, number of days write out a narrative of the expected timeline add a lot of padding to initial estimates your estimate builds your client's expectations; don't inflate them artificially if you're really honest, some clients might come back and say no; have to accept that possibility if you do a high-end hourly estimate, you might come in under budget and the client might get a better deal
07.25.2010
Presented by Joshua Jabbour Centralized Version Control
07.25.2010
Presented by Frank Carey (frankcarey)
07.25.2010
Random/Framing Notes
07.24.2010
Presented by Robert Holmes (robbiethegeek) (Got here a bit late, but caught the very beginning of drush command overview) Handy drush commands