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Re: Re: How to unintentionally lie to your client and look like a chump when it's all over

by petdance (Parson)
on Jun 14, 2001 at 22:32 UTC ( #88559=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How to unintentionally lie to your client and look like a chump when it's all over
in thread How to calculate development time?

The problem with the Scotty method is that your project might well take 6 times longer than you think it's going to take.

Also, Scotty had reasonable requirements. "Give me warp speed in 3 minutes or we're all dead" is a clear requirement.

xoxo,
Andy

%_=split/;/,".;;n;u;e;ot;t;her;c; ".   #   Andy Lester
'Perl ;@; a;a;j;m;er;y;t;p;n;d;s;o;'.  #   http://petdance.com
"hack";print map delete$_{$_},split//,q<   andy@petdance.com   >
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[talexb]: Nice article on Perl by Ovid on TechBeacon: https://techbeacon .com/perl-not-dead -it-was-early-web- novices-gave-it- bad-name
[choroba]: that's from the last year, right?
[choroba]: Pretty similar to his talk at YAPC::EU 2016

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