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Sander Rossel4-Nov-16 2:10
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Imagine the following, you're working on a software product for a customer. Each Friday afternoon you deliver whatever it is you did last week so the customer can check out the latest changes and features.
Now there is a feature you want to deliver this week, but it wouldn't be any problem if it was released next week or even the week after that or after that.

It's Friday morning and you're still working on the feature as it's far from done, what do you do?
A: Just not push whatever you have and finish and deliver next week.
B: Get the feature to work partially, push that and deliver it.
C: Just push whatever it is you've got now, working or not, even including merge conflicts, and then go into a meeting for the rest of the day on the other side of the country and let your coworkers figure it out.

If you picked C you're probably my project manager... Sigh | :sigh:
Read my (free) ebook Object-Oriented Programming in C# Succinctly.
Visit my blog at Sander's bits - Writing the code you need.
Or read my articles here on CodeProject.
Simplicity is prerequisite for reliability.
— Edsger W. Dijkstra
Regards,
Sander

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