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Andrew MacGinitie | Tue, 26 Feb 2013 19:05:19 UTC

I don't suppose you might help those of us who don't know Danish, and don't trust Google translate? "Internationalization er et problem vi har mostly styr på" is Greek to me ;-)


Tim Comber | Thu, 16 Feb 2012 23:30:35 UTC

After working for a government department for a while in my youth I developed my own time estimator for how long government projects will take. Take the announced completion date or time, double the time from now till then and then add 1 unit of time, e.g It is now February 2012, if a project is announced that it will be completed end of June 2012 it will actually be completed end of December 2012. Proven a useful estimator over the years.


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