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Subject:Functionality (redux) From:Sue Heim <sue -at- RIS -dot- RISINC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 23 May 1996 09:38:50 PST
Hey all! Thought it was amusing to read this little snippet this morning...
this is from Paul Neshamkin at Wextech Systems (we were discussing
deadlines on the WinHelp list):
> >>Actually, with commercial products, the manuals must be completed
> >>well in advance of the code going golden. There has to be lead
> >>time for printing, etc. Also functionality should be frozen long
> >>before release. Am I hearing that this is not true in the real
> >>world? <g>
There's that darned word again!! <grin>
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