Dienstag, 27. November 2007


Despite all the bureaucracy, the number of parties involved, the complexity of the decision-making process, and the constant design changes, SENTINEL was actually delivered on time and nearly 70% feature complete. […] The missing features – left out mostly as a result of external systems – would be delivered months later in SENTINEL 2.0. And fortunately, Christian would have no part in this second project.

Without any other ideas, Victor and his manager left the meeting and begin the IDDTP procedure: Install, Deploy, Don’t Test, Pray. Victor’s laptop was placed on a chair and plugged-in to the network. Within moments, SENTINEL was back up and running – quite a bit slower than usual – and Victor’s laptop was working like mad.

Quelle: Who Says That Size Matters?

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