There's always a tendency to stop improving things once they've started to work. I've experienced this on manyAoccasionsAwhere we released software as soon as it just started working. Then there is this over-celebrated QA team, that does some quality check and boom.. the customer has it in his hands. And it breaks (well, not always.. practically only 99% of the times) . We find ourselves spending pretty much the same time as we took to write the code, fixing it. Well.. we don't learn. We follow the same cycle as above. It just has to work. isn't it?

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Posted: January 22nd, 2011
at 1:45pm by Koookiecrumbles


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