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March 15, 2020

Humor: Rollover Requirements

Humor - Cartoon: Rollover Requirements

Release Train Engineer: "I'm sorry but we can't take any more requirements in this program increment. Our velocity is 350 points per PI."

Stakeholder: "But during the last PI, I only requested 300 points. I thought you support rollover requirements."

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