Re: deadline question

Subject: Re: deadline question
From: Bob Gembey <bob -at- SUPERNOVA -dot- NL>
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 10:07:31 +0200

Yes it's common -- the documentation is usually at the end of the design
cycle. What you do is, you do the best you can. If you want to score
brownie points, you pull an all-nighter. But don't worry too much about
it, there's always a second chance.

<<I am reasonable new to this game and I have a deadline for On line help
for
Friday evening.
Thats suits me fine and everything was planned to meet this deadline.
However, it is now Wednesday and "they" are still throwing stuff at me to
put in the Help.

Is this common? If so, what do you do?

I know I can put the stuff in, but I know I will forget something or it
will
be badly done.>>


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