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The leads would obviously get a different kind of answer because threats or midnight movies wouldn't answer the requirements posed by this more precise question. The leads would have to toss out any "solution" that called for getting their teams to work overtime. They'd be 33 DEBUGGING THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS forced to search for other possibilities. They might decide that to hit their ship dates without demanding overtime work they'd have to hire more developers. That's a possibility, but not one that companies usually like to consider, at least not until all other approaches have been exhausted.
Providing a Windows-like user interface library' is a pretty vague goal," I said. " I nodded. " 12 1 LAYING THE GROUNDWORK He paused a moment and then shrugged. " I then pointed out that a primary goal for any library is to contain only code that will be useful to all the groups using that library. The lead thought that point was obvious, but I wasn't so sure as we began to review the list of features he had agreed to implement. I pointed to an unusual item near the top of the list. " "The Works group asked for that.
To ignore this goal is to set a destructive process in motion, one I described in Writing Solid Code. There I noted that when I first joined the Microsoft Excel group, it was customary to postpone bug-fixing until the end of the project. I pointed out the 26 2 THE SYSTEMATIC APPROACH many problems that approach created—the worst being the impossibility of predicting when the product would be ready. It was just too hard to estimate the time it would take to fix the bugs that remained at the end of the project, to say nothing of the new bugs programmers would introduce as they fixed old ones.
Advances in Computers, Vol. 29 by Marshall C. Yovits