Archives for: "September 2014"
Does this scenario sound familiar?
- You have identified a piece of troublesome logic in your code-base, which has been the source of many headaches for both you and your managers.
- You have also determined an elegant fix to make the code maintainable and easy to work with for many years to come.
- You make a request to your project managers to schedule some time for these improvements to be implemented.
- When you make your pitch you are sure to mention how the quality of the software will be improved and save the company money because the code will be easier to work with and less bugs will be reported by the customers.
Management seems to agree with your ideas and replies with:
"That sounds great, we should definitely do that. However, now is not a good time. We should be able to do that a couple of months from now."