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Pro Project Management with SharePoint 2010 by Mark J. Collins

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Chapter 9. Burndown Charts

In the previous chapters you provided mechanisms for organizing the project, breaking it down into relatively short iterations and then planning the activities of the current iteration. In this chapter, you'll implement facilities for tracking progress, both for the current iteration as well as the overall project. You will also build a developer's portal page that will include most of the features of your SharePoint site that developers will use on a daily basis.

Review

You expressed the project's requirements as a set of user stories. Each user story represents a deliverable unit of functionality. You then implemented the project as a series of iterations, where each iteration delivers a subset of the user stories. So ...

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