RE: [scrumdevelopment] Looking for info on large Scrum projects
The core IDX application was measured by Jeff Sutherland. I believe that
there were 12,000 function points, a really dense application. The radiology
application, developed from scratch, was 4-5000 function points.
From: Mike Beedle [mailto:beedlem@...]
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 10:52 AM
Subject: RE: [scrumdevelopment] Looking for info on large Scrum projects
Werner Christian Meier-Zirngibl wrote:
> how many people, or function points, or whatever
> else metric that is usefull for measuring the
> size of projects, are we talking about here?
I don't have an exact count. However, there
are 3-10 people per team, and on the average
That would make our total count something like:
5x12 + shared resources.
Shared resources, if you include management are:
- 12 managers
- 9 architecture people
- 5 system support
- 5 testing team
Total people involved in production systems now =
60+31 = ~91
Total stories, is harder to evaluate, so this number
might be less accurate. We had about 20 stories
per application, including reports, so there must be
something in the order of:
12x20 ~ 240 stories
Like in most systems, some stories are easy, CRUD
like, and some very complex involving as many
as 20 independent transactions.
In the future, the average number will grow
dramatically because there are a couple of
applications that get to be as large as 200
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