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> Andrew wrote:
> > Engineers don't blame writers when their code fails to run.
> Sure they do:
> "We aren't going to fix that problem - it wasn't in the
> requirements document."
> "Oh, you mean my code's not running because there's an IP block
> on the application server? Why wasn't that documented?..."
> "We just spent three days trying to fix our code... turns out
> the problem was caused by an undocumented IIS bug..."
> ... and so on.
> And most engineers whine like a stuck bearing when they get new
> requirements at the last minute. For writers, that's exactly
> what system changes are -- new requirements.
Adapt, improvise, press-on.
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