How we put a value on every feature in our backlog

One of the first things I spoke to my CTO about when I started one of my roles was what it actually cost us for each hour of a developer’s time.

Not the amount we pay the developer, but the actual cost of that developer being in the business, when you take into account not just their salary, but their pension contributions, their training, their equipment, their share of the heating and…

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